Fellow:Cheryl Fong

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Cheryl is a student at University of New Hampshire (UNH). She majors in Computer Science and was VP for UNH's DIY Engineering Club. One of her goals at UNH is to help promote the I&E ecosystem and encourage collaboration across disciplines. In the Fall of 2016, Cheryl and a few lucky students were nominated by faculty to materialize their visions of creating an innovative culture at their university. She is now part of the second cohort of UIF candidates for Spring 2017.

Cheryl has a passion for thinking outside the box and an insatiable hunger to learn. Just to name a few, she has been a student at a few of MIT's IAP courses and has volunteered at the Harvard China Forum and 99U. Off campus, she can be found at the MFA in Boston or at hackathons like HackPrinceton or HackRU.

In her free time, Cheryl likes learning about ways to use Docker and Kubernetes, contributing to opensource, reading about philosophy, and tending to her succulents. 

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