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As of December 2020, Xiao was working as a tech lead of the mobile infrastructure team at Snapchat.
As of 2022, Tristan was working for Icon Technologies, a late-stage startup that 3D-prints full-sized houses on-site using a proprietary mix of concrete as the building material for the wall structures. Tristan works as a software engineer developing back-end services that manage the printer state, operator app alerts, and more.
As of 2021, Lilian was working in downtown Boston at Mass General Hospital, in its Oncology department as a System Design Engineer. She reports that she misses Seattle most days, but Boston is growing on her.
As of 2021, Jared was working as the Lead Systems Librarian at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. The Ralph J. Bunche Library is the oldest federal library in the country, established in 1789 by Thomas Jefferson, the first Secretary of State.
Alex interned as a data analytics intern for summer 2020 at Puget Sound Energy and is converting to a full-time position as an associate application development analyst.
As of 2021, Anna was working at the Law Library of Congress. She has been there since May 2019 after being hired about halfway through the iSchool’s MLIS program. Recently, Anna was promoted to the position of Senior Legal Reference Librarian.
In 2022, Yiren joined Google as a software engineer III, which is a promotion and a new job.
In 2021, Carli started as Associate Academic Librarian for the University of Wisconsin Green Bay at the Marinette campus.
Amanda started as a Chinese-language materials archivist for the Hoover Institution at Stanford University in September 2020. She manages the physical collection of historical Chinese-language documents as part of a new team dedicated to creating a digital preservation program for these materials.
Sohrab is the CEO and founder of Computing ReApplied, a company that he began in 2019. His report:
"Computing ReApplied builds solutions aimed to modernize the medical research process. Our first product, myMedDiary, is a system that collects patient data – through our mobile application – and pipelines that data into an online data analytics platform for medical professionals. Our first product launch on May 1, 2021, was focused on patient dietary capture and symptoms logging, but we intend to templatize and allow customization of the technology based on the needs of medical professionals we serve.
"Our target customers are medical research institutions, particularly Gastroenterology and Hepatology departments. Through online and on-the-ground market research, we’ve determined that these departments have an immediate need for efficient medical health research processes. Many GI and Hep departments currently operate through costly and burdensome pen-and-paper data collection and analysis. myMedDiary solves this expensive multiple weeks long problem in just a few milliseconds by providing a mobile UI for patients to log data and a web platform for medical professionals to configure / administer studies and run analyses.
"Just recently we were accepted into the exclusive Microsoft B2B incubator, Microsoft for Startups! Along with Microsoft's generous contribution of $120,000 in Azure credits, we are able now able to sell our solutions through the Microsoft Marketplace! This will further expand our ability as a company to focus on helping hospitals and research institutes alike easily integrate our platforms with theirs, especially if they already utilize Microsoft solutions.
"You can learn more at https://www.computingreapplied.com/pressreleasearticle/0."