Hi there!

Ideating, prototyping, and blooming at Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, I'm aspiring to graduate in the spring of 2019 with a degree of Engineering with a concentration in Computing. Thanks for taking the time to get to know me!

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The Yin to Rachel Yang

A bigger glimpse into who I am and what I love.

  • Reppin' the 314

    A Midwesterner at heart, I grew up in Saint Louis, MO, raised by two breathtakingly passionate, dedicated visionaries who immigrated from Korea. I got a peek into their tongue-tyingly frustrating world of English, which drew me to math and music—two universal languages that effortlessly transcended these language barriers.

  • Why Engineering

    Mixed media art was my first true love. There was this euphoria in repurposing, in problem-solving, in intersecting art and design and technology. Engineering, too, allows me to radiate with this euphoria. But then it goes even further: resulting in a final product that is functional, effective, purposeful.

  • Coding

    I've spent the majority of my time developing skills in Python, but I've also tried out MATLAB and HTML/CSS. I'm hoping to expand the breadth and depth of programming languages during my time at Olin.

  • User-Oriented Design

    From fourth-graders to blind sailors, I've been fortunate enough to work with and design for people that have changed my life far more than I would have even dreamed of changing theirs. Check out Projects for more info!

  • Bucket List

    My to-do list in life seems almost endless, but it includes: skydiving, cutting my hair empoweringly short, releasing an iOS app to the App Store, designing and constructing my own multi-functional furniture.

  • To be continued

    I'm still constantly and incessantly experimenting, testing, experiencing. Currently, I'm exploring with guitalele, with web design, with app development.