Fellow:Noah Nieberle

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Noah Nieberle
School (Cohort)
Milwaukee School of Engineering (2023 cohort)
Majoring in
Software Engineering
United States


Hello there! I'm Noah Nieberle, a dedicated Software Engineering student at the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE). My journey into the world of technology began with the fascination of YouTube content in my grade school days, where I witnessed the incredible feats that software engineers achieved, from making an AI to solve Mario to Minecraft mods. Inspired by their creativity and impact, I embarked on a self-taught coding adventure by watching tutorials and diving into Harvard's CS50 courses.

Through relentless determination, I honed my coding skills and undertook my own projects, turning my passion into tangible accomplishments. The decision to join MSOE was fueled by my craving for knowledge and exposure to diverse perspectives which has only been proven to be correct.

As a University Innovation Fellow, I'm dedicated to fostering positive change within my institution. Guided by the program's mission to equip students with vital skills for our complex world, I collaborate on innovative projects that promote creativity and entrepreneurship. Through engagement with peers, educators, and industry experts, my goal for this year is to enhance alumni-student relationships.

In addition to my academic pursuits, I have served as a Residential Assistant for the second consecutive year at the Milwaukee School of Engineering. This role provides a unique opportunity to foster a vibrant and inclusive living community for fellow students. Guided by invaluable lessons from my previous year in this role, I've continued to create a welcoming environment where residents can thrive both personally and academically. From organizing engaging events to offering support and guidance, I am dedicated to ensuring that every resident feels at home and empowered to make the most of their college experience.

Beyond academia, I find fulfillment in contributing to my community. I dedicate my time as a Robotics Cubette Facilitator at Discovery World and am an active participant in technology awareness events in Milwaukee. These experiences not only broaden my horizons but also allow me to give back to a field that has ignited my passion.

I am excited about the endless possibilities that lie ahead in my journey as a software engineer. If you're interested in connecting, collaborating, or simply sharing ideas, feel free to reach out. Let's explore the limitless potential of technology together!


Organized and ran toy drive for Childrens Hospital, NCAA Wrestler, Residential Assistant.

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