Ephraim Collins

Undergraduate Student, Department of Computer and Data Science
University of New Mexico

Ephraim Collins is a freshman Computer and Data Science major at the University of New Mexico, where he received an academic scholarship. He is grateful to his mentors in the STEM field including computer science authors such as Juan Gilbert,  a Clemson University professor and President of “Brothers of the Academy,” an organization of African American male PhDs. Ephraim plans to pursue a PhD in Data Science and Computer Engineering and is looking forward to being referred to as "Dr. Eph." Ephraim draws inspiration from John Henry Thompson, a Black computer scientist and inventor. He loves math and applied data science, and practices coding during his free time. Ephraim is from Duncanville, Texas.

Ephraim Collins

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