Fitch Robotics Alumni

Class of 2012

  • Zack Nado - Brown University, Computer Science
  • Niral Patel - University of Massachusetts, Kinesiology/Pre-Dental
  • Tim Entwistle - Clarkson University, Mechanical Engineering
  • Daron Chandler - Mississippi State University, Mechanical Engineering
  • Zoë Yopp - University of Connecticut, Business
  • Tulsa Scott - Rennsselaer Polytechnic Institute, Nuclear Engineering
  • Matt Gentry - Drexel University, Mechanical Engineering
  • Amy Hernandez - University of Connecticut, Material Sciences & Engineering
  • Jayesh Bokhiria - Clarkson University, Mathematics
  • Michael Han - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Computer and Systems Engineering
  • Renée Harms - University of Connecticut, Kinesiology

Class of 2011

  • Dominick Twitty - Cornell University, Computer Engineering
  • Matt Myles - Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Aerospace Engineering
  • Will Dixon - University of Rochester, Physics/Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Tyler Qualley - University of Connecticut, Chemical Engineering
  • Mo Faraj - University of Connecticut


Class of 2010

  • Nanda Kommineni - University of Connecticut, Pharmaceuticals
  • Deep Kanagala - Stony Brook University
  • Tom Rowland - United States Naval Academy
  • William Wang - Boston University, Pre-Medicine/Biomedical Engineering
  • Rachael Kokomoor - Rollins College
  • Jenn Chan - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • Tushar Patel - University of Connecticut
  • Josh Hohlfelder - Salve Regina University


Class of 2009

  • Anthony Tadros - University of Connecticut, Computer Sciences/Engineering

 

dsc 0006Hi my name is Zachary Nado and I am the first four-year veteran of Team 2168. I joined my freshman year (2008-9) as the only student who wasn’t a senior. Since then I have learned so much about FIRST and especially love programming, so much so that I am studying it at Brown University at this time.  I know that I wouldn’t be studying at this excellent university without the experiences I gained with FIRST. I hope that I can encourage other students to pursue their dreams and realize their potential as they learn and grow with FIRST. The summer between my junior and senior years I wrote an Android app for scouting the FIRST competitions. This year I have worked with the current Team 2168 programming team students and we have created updates for the app which can be downloaded from the Google Play store at

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=us.zan.FRC_Scout

There are about 1500 downloads for the app this year and we hope to grow that number each year.

 

- Zack Nado, 2008-2012 / Programming Captain

Brown University/Computer Science Class of 2016

 
 
 
 

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