Diversity Outreach Fellow
Eunice Esomonu, class of 2016, is an Interactive Design and Development major which is a self-designed major that combines computer science and art studio. Her goal is to use art and technology to facilitate community interaction and involvement. She spent fall of 2014 studying abroad in Budapest, Hungary where she decided that she wanted to pursue an interdisciplinary approach to computer science. She further pursued her goals by creating an independent study called "Beats, Rhymes, and Tech: The Intersection of Hip Hop, Art, and Technology" for which she received the Five College Digital Humanities Fellowship.
After graduation, she plans to increase her experience in exhibition design and interactive installations. Eunice is involved in campus life and serves as a member of the Computer Science Society and an alumnae liaison for the Association of Pan-African Unity, an organization that promotes sisterhood among students of African descent. Eunice’s favorite thing about Mount Holyoke is the sense of community and support that students and faculty give to each other.