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Niyousha Saeidi - editor in chief

Computing '20

Niyousha coordinates with the Editorial Board and Panel of Referees, tracks submissions to the Journal, and provides general supervision and oversight of the Journal’s inaugural volume. She got involved with the DATA Journal to help create a platform for promoting undergraduate research in Computer Science and its related fields at Queen's. Niyousha is also involved with Queen's Software Developer's Club, COMPSA and has been a Research Assistant for Queen's School of Computing in the Summer of 2017.

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kevin wang - marketing coordinator

Computing '21

Kevin is responsible for the promotion and marketing of DATA Journal and is the graphic designer for its various visual components. He got involved with the DATA Journal to promote student projects and events related to Computer Science and technology at Queen's. Kevin has experience working as the VP of Marketing for Thread, a Junior Achievement startup, along with working as an intern for the Ontario government.

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Sofie Shetinina - assistant editor

Global Development Studies '20

As assistant editor, Sofie is responsible for keeping track of work delegations, organization of meetings, and in assisting the Editor in Chief with editing pieces before they are published. She got involved with ASUS Data Journal to gain experience in editing, grow her network at Queen’s University and help further pursue her career in Journalism. As a second year Global Development Major, this allows her to provide a wider range of ideas regarding content and editing to help with the journals success.

 

Emily Crawford – Events Coordinator

Computing and Math '17(+1)

Emily helps with the planning of the Data Journal’s events. She thinks that the journal is incredibly important because it provides a much needed platform for Computing students at Queen’s. Emily is also a Teaching Assistant in the School of Computing and Workshops Developer for Kingston not-for-profit, Sudo Labs. When she isn’t thinking about algebraic structures, Emily is usually watching too much TV for her own good or making puns.