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Carolyn Eloy

Carolyn Eloy is a sophomore at Jose Marti STEM Academy. Through her school's Summer Scholar's program, she has conducted research on the removal of heavy metals from water using biomimicry and created a water filter incorporating clam shells that effectively removes heavy metals. Carolyn has participated in NJIT's Real World Connections (RWC) program, where she learned the foundations of cybersecurity and its relations to data science. Going one step further to the RWC Leadership Program, she learned about project management and helped design prototypes for RWC's website. She has also participated in FDU's Technical Enrichment Outreach Program (TEOP), where she expanded her knowledge of electrical, mechanical, and civil engineering and coding. In the future, Carolyn hopes to delve into the world of Computer Science, using software and AI to solve various problems, like environmental and health-related issues.

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