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Wint Yee Hnin

About Me

My name is Wint Yee Hnin, and I am an international student at Cornell College. I am majoring in Computer Science with minors in Mathematics and Biology. I am going to be a senior this fall, and expecting to graduate in May 2015.

I have decided to major in Computer Science because whenever a program compiles and runs correctly, it gives me a feeling of success and self-satisfaction. I am familiar with java, which is the main language taught at Cornell College, html, a little bit of python and SQL.

During the school year at Cornell College, I work as Database Services Assistant, where I create reports and queries, and Academic Technology Studio Assistant, where I help the students in using different software and technological devices. In summer 2013, I also worked as System Integation Testing Intern at Trapeze Group. I have learnt communication skills, procedures at work and familiarity with different softwares and languages from these work experiences.

During this summer 2014, I am participating in Distributed Research Experience Undergraduates (DREU), matched with Professors Amarda Shehu and Estela Blaisten Barojas from George Mason University. I am also collaborating with two other George Mason undergraduate students who participate in the same project. We are working on the flexibility of Met-Enkephalin, a naturally-occurring opioid that mediates pain. Other than this project, I have also worked on a maze-solving robot project with three other students in Human-Robot Interaction class at Cornell College.

You can also see more about my work experience and extracurricular activities in my resume. If there are any questions, you can contact me at or 626-863-0850.