Two SCIS Students recognize as Worlds Ahead Graduates

Two SCIS Students recognize as Worlds Ahead Graduates
Cesia Bulnes (left) and Sheila Alemany (right)

FIU will hold the College of Engineering & Computing commencement ceremony on Wednesday, May 1 at 10 a.m. at the Ocean Bank Convocation Center on FIU’s MMC Campus, 11200 SW 8th St. in Miami, Florida. For the first time ever, FIU is recognizing nine Worlds Ahead female graduates in engineering who are at the cutting edge of their fields. Two of the graduates, Sheila Alemany and Cesia Bulnes, are receiving this great honor are from the School of Computing and Information Sciences.

Sheila Alemany researched how to more accurately predict hurricane trajectories using artificial intelligence.

Cesia Bulnes is a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipient who has been hired by Microsoft.

Learn more about Cesia Bulnes’ story at U.S. News.

Read more about SCIS Worlds Ahead Graduates.
Story from: FIU NEWS

Update 7/12: U.S. News featured Cesia Bulnes in Meet American’s Patriots.

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