I'm Heather Huynh, a current Master's student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
I graduated from the University of Georgia with a B.S. in Computer Science in 2017, and then spent a year at Los Alamos National Laboratory working
on supercomputers and detection of computer errors.
I love to create and learn. I'm also passionate about STEM outreach and helping other students at my school succeed and find opportunities. Sometimes I speak at events, with some of my presentations posted here.
In my spare time, I write. I write both stories and blog posts. I also code projects that can be found on my GitHub. Occasionally, I take pictures or travel.
To find out more about me,
view my resume
Heather in the News:
An article in the Red & Black
about my petition for the UGA CS Department
My 10 Ideas piece
on increasing diveristy in the UGA CS Department
A blog post about me
on the ReigningIt blog
My Clarifai Champions
A post about my involvement
with the International Women's Hackathon
University Innovation Fellows Press Release
for the National Girls Collaborative Project
My involvement in the Hour of Code
at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
A radio broadcast
on AI and Social Media on Georgia Public Broadcasting's On Second Thought