« Problem-Solving as a Strategy to Improve the Academic Performance at HSIs: A CAHSI and Google Pilot Project
Undergraduate Student at California State University, Stanislaus
Josilene Quintana is a junior majoring in Computer Science and Biology at California State University, Stanislaus, where she is an S-STEM scholar. During her time as an S-STEM scholar, she has participated in two research projects. One was data mining chemical and sensory wine data to predict wine value and the other was working to create a Rock-Paper-Scissors game that would be compatible with leap motion. In addition, she had and internship and s summer REU at the University of Washington, Bothel. She has taken Problem Solving 3. After graduating her current plan is to attend a graduate school to get an MD and Ph.D. in Bioinformatics or Computational Biology, which she plans to use to either become a doctor at a hospital or perform research in neurotechnology.