Working for the Computer Science department to chaperone potential students around during open days. This included informal mingling with candidates and their parents, giving tours of the building and surrounding campus, all whilst answering any questions they may have, and expressing my passion for the subject
Working on Saturdays with both the sales and technical teams for a variety of jobs, including the assembly and repair of computers, creating point of sales documents, making recommendations to and serving customers, and updating the company website.
Awarded the School of Computer Science High Achievers Awards for my
Qualifying Year of study (2012), my Second Year of study (2013), and my Third Year of study at the University of
Nottingham (2014). The first student to get the award for all three years.
As part of my Second Year Group Project at the University of Nottingham, I worked on a
package that allows for the use of Fuzzy Logic within the R Programming Language. This package, named FuzzyToolkitUoN, is officially hosted on CRAN (the Comprehensive R Archive Network).
Planned and delivered 5 sessions to a class of 50 Year 5 Students at Netley Primary school, with the intention to teach them basic programming skills. This included basic algorithms, using programming languages like Scratch, and an introduction to robotics.
Cofounder and general secretary of HackSoc, the University of Nottingham's programming and development society. Duties included communicating with the SU, ensuring health and safety regulations were adhered to, calling and minuting of meetings, and organising the AGM.
General Secretary of CompSoc, the University of Nottingham's official Computer Society. Duties included calling and recording minutes, insuring health and safety regulations were adhered to, and acting as an advisor to other members of the executive.
Participated in the University of Nottingham's Computer Science Guru Programme, in which high performing students were given the opportunity to mentor and coach first year students as they transitioned into University life.