Over the next 6 weeks we’ll be highlighting our wonderful new group of
2021 Summer Program students.
Anjola Adeyemo graduated with a major in Biology and a minor in Applied Statistics and Data Analysis from Kennesaw State University in May 2021. She is currently applying to masters’ programs and data analyst positions. Anjola wants to use data to improve healthcare for minorities and to track the spread of diseases. One of her research interests is in infant mortality and infant growth charts. Ultimately, after pursuing her education, she hopes to work at the CDC as an epidemiologist or as a data analyst.
Nicholas Arosemena is a senior mathematics major attending Morehouse College. He was born and raised in Stockton, California where he fostered a love of community service and mathematics. Nicholas has accumulated more than 1300 hours of community service as part of the Bonner Scholars Program at Morehouse College and has plans to attend graduate school to pursue a doctorate in one of the computational sciences. As part of the McNair Scholars program, he conducted five semesters of computational chemistry work with the Derricotte Research Group. He also spent time as a 2021 California Climate Action Corps Fellow working on initiatives to improve the air quality in his hometown. Additionally, he has completed summer research experiences at Emory University, UC Berkeley, and Harvard University in theoretical mathematics and biostatistics.
Nicholas is a second generation Panamanian-American on his father’s side and will occasionally spend breaks visiting his extended family in Panama. In his free time, Nicholas enjoys playing games of all varieties, whether they be tabletop games like Dungeons and Dragons, or video games like Apex Legends.