The Duke SPIRE Fellows is a deeply responsive mentoring and academic support system for high-achieving undergraduates from diverse backgrounds with an interest in pursuing a major and/or career in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. Duke SPIRE – which stands for STEM Pathways for Inclusion, Readiness, and Excellence – buildson the power of academic mentoring and STEM learning communities. These communities take classes together, work through homework and projects together, and support each other. SPIRE also provides high-level STEM tutoring, academic skills development, and access to a network of STEM role-models/mentors. As a Duke SPIRE Fellow, you gain opportunities to learn how to network with faculty, alumni, and industry leaders – and in turn, envision your own successful career path.
ECE and Computer Science major with a Spanish minor.
My favorite place to be is traveling somewhere new.
As a little girl, I asked my dad what job I should have if I loved math. He told me I should be an engineer. Ever since, I have enjoyed pursuing computer science… read more »about Cameron Jarnot
I’m interested in Computer Science and the Arts, specifically Music, Photography, Videography, and Motion Graphics (along with Graphics Design) .
My favorite sweet candy is “Hi-Chew” and my favorite chocolate candy is “Kit-Kat” ;)
For as long as I can remember I have… read more »about Marcus Nkosi Pierre-Louis
Statistical science, math, and biology
I draw! https://ginwang.myportfolio.com
My interest in biology first began at the zoo. The encounter with the naked mole rat, a cancer resistant, eusocial mammal, sparked a strong curiosity in me to find out more about this… read more »about Shuyi Gin Wang