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Atomic Interns

Teaching and learning with the next generation of software professionals.

2015

John DeSilva (Summer 2015)
John DeSilva is a Computer Science Engineering student at the University of Michigan. He plans to graduate in 2016. His interests include Ruby on Rails and Android development.

Clara Nees (Summer 2015)
Clara is a University of Michigan engineering student majoring in Computer Science. She plans to graduate in 2016.

Aneesha Reddy (Summer 2015)
Aneesha is a senior at the University of Michigan majoring in Industrial Engineering and minoring in Art & Design. She plans to graduate in April 2016.

2014

Michelle Dowling (Summer 2013 & 2014)
Michelle was a Grand Valley State University student majoring in Computer Science, and minoring in Mathematics and Spanish. She planned to graduate in May 2015.

Dili Hu (Summer 2014)
Dili was a senior at the University of Michigan, majoring in Computer Engineering with a focus on the software side. She planned to graduate in 2015.

David Qorashi (Summer 2014)
David was a graduate assistant pursuing his Masters in Computer Science at Grand Valley State University. He planned to graduate in May 2015. He moved to the US in August 2013 to pursue his Masters and become a software craftsman.

Drew Verlee (Summer 2014)
Drew was a senior at Wayne State University majoring in Computer Science. He planned to graduate in December 2014.

2013

Matt Johnson (Summer & Fall 2013)
Matt was a senior at Hope College with a double major in Computer Science and Mathematics. He planned to graduate in May of 2014.

Karen Kenward (Fall 2013)
Karen was a non-traditional apprentice. After a long hiatus as a stay-at-home-mom, she was working to refresh her skills as a developer. Karen hasda BS in Computer Science from Western Michigan University and several years of experience in software development, design, and support in the healthcare and automotive industries.

Nicholas Land (Summer 2013)
Nick went to Oakland University and planned to graduate in 2015.

Adeline Miller (Summer 2013)
Adeline studied Computer Science at Oakland University and planned to graduate in May 2014.

2012

Trevor Duetsch (Summer 2012)
Trevor was a fourth-year student at Michigan Technological University pursuing his Bachelor's degree in Computer Science. While at Michigan Tech he worked on the Aerospace Enterprise Software Team, developing and testing device drivers as well as designing a GUI which will be used to test a satellite currently being built by the Enterprise.

Chris Meyer (Summer 2012 – Spring 2013)
Chris was a fourth-year student at Grand Valley State University pursuing a BFA in Art & Design, with an emphasis in Graphic Design.

Nick Reynolds (Summer 2012)
Nick was a fourth-year student at Michigan State University majoring in Microbiology. While at MSU, he worked as a web developer for the College of Arts & Letters.

Al Scott (Summer & Fall 2012; Hired full time in December 2012)
Al was Senior at the University of Detroit Mercy pursuing a Computer Science Degree.

2011

Sean Fisk (Spring-Summer 2011)
Sean was a fourth-year student at Grand Valley State University pursuing his Bachelor's degree in Computer Science.

Mitchell Johnson (Spring-Summer 2011; Hired full time in May 2012)
Mitch was a third-year undergraduate student at Michigan Technological University, pursuing dual majors in Computer Science and Computer Engineering. While at MTU, he also worked with Blue Marble Security Enterprise, creating products in small, interdisciplinary groups.

2010

Daniel Hast (Winter 2008 – 2009, Summer 2010)
Daniel was a second-year student at University of Michigan. He majored in Mathematics and Physics and planned to pursue a graduate degree in theoretical physics or mathematics.

Joseph Roth (Spring – Summer 2010)
Joseph was a student at Grand Valley State University, majoring in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics. He was involved in the Mobile Applications and Services Lab at GVSU.

Grant Gumina (Summer 2010)
Grant was a high school Senior from NorthPointe Christian High School. He first heard about Atomic Object while recruiting sponsors for his FIRST Robotics team. He planned to major in Computer Engineering at an undetermined university.

2008

Amit Shanker (Spring 2008)
Amit was a 2nd year Undergraduate student of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India. He was pursuing B.Tech (Honors) in Computer Science and Engineering.

Joseph Meleca (Spring 2008)
Joseph was a student in the Lyman Briggs College at Michigan State University, pursuing a Computer Science major.

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