Mohamed Al Elew

Mohammed is a rising senior at UCSD, where he’s majoring in Computer Science. He was also Editor in Chief at The Triton, the independent student-run UCSD newspaper, and interned at inewsource, a local data-driven investigative nonprofit where he was involved in data cleaning and analysis for published stories. He honed research and web scraping skills as a UCSD political science research assistant, assisting with research conducted on the full tweet collection from of the 2016 presidential candidates and state legislatures.

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