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Oluwakayode Jasanya

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Oluwakayode A. Jasanya is a Sophomore at Morgan State University with Electrical and Computer Engineering as major, and Mathematics as a minor. Originally from Lagos, Nigeria, his burn and eccentric passion for knowledge have been invaluable to his academic and professional achievements. He enjoys every chance to work in a team and to help make others better. Consequently, he tutors in the office of Residence life and was a Mathematics tutor to 11 freshmen in the CASA Summer bridge program in 2016. He is also a STEM mentor to a middle school student in the Vivian Burey Marshall STEM Initiative Program. Furthermore, he is a member of the Honda Quiz Competition, where he voraciously learns new things with so much glee. He also is in a research laboratory in the Physics department, where he works with Arduino Uno among other devices.

In his spare time, Oluwakayode plays soccer with his peers on the school campus. He plays the board game chess with even more dexterity, adopting Mikhail Tal’s weird game playing philosophy. He serves as the team’s Treasurer.

Oluwakayode has the goal to be a Nobel laureate in Physics in years to come and has Nikola Tesla as his greatest motivator. He hopes to be a change agent at his school, Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland and he is ready to make that impression on the sands of time.

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Spring 2017 Fellows:

Kofi Afriyie

Rashae Hilson

Tobiloba Komolafe

Oluwakayode Jasanya

Fall 2016 Fellows:

Leadership Circle 1:

Saxfield Chatmon

Ashley Gray

Jordan Joines

Sheena Williams 

Leadership Circle 2:

Kenisha Young

Leadership Circle 3: 

Taylor Griffin

Ayodeji Afolabi

Avian Richardson

Leadership Circle 4:

Matthew Lindsey<

Abdulganiyu Ajilore

Arianna Jackson

Leadership Circle 5:

Brie Thompson

Nesha Jackson

Oluwaseun Ojimi

Kendell Costley

Spring 2016 Fellows:

Destiny Bond

Chanell Mosley

Monique Ndagha

Maliik Nelson

Mikhal Wyatt

Fall 2015 Fellows:

Ravin Jajistar

Abdoul Mohammed

Iyanna Patterson

Michael Shiferaw

Mareco Edwards

Fall 2014 Fellow:

Adrien Feudjio

Fall 2013 Fellow:

Jamie Arribas Starkey-El