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10 questions with computer engineering major Davis Young

Choosing Pacific was easy for Davis Young ’22 whose sister and grandfather are Pacific alumni with degrees in engineering and computer science. Davis was specifically drawn to computer engineering because it allows him to learn about software and hardware at the same time. He also appreciates the focus on experiential learning at Pacific. As SOECS Cooperative Education program participant, he interned with Micron Technology where he tested and validated ASIC (application-specific integrated circuits) technologies.

What is your favorite thing to do on campus?

Definitely going to the Baun Fitness Center. I like working out and being physically in shape. I feel like it is a good to keep your body healthy while in times of stress.

Is there a faculty or staff member at Pacific with whom you’ll stay in touch after you graduate?

Dr Elizabeth Basha, my research advisor.

What is the latest you’ve stayed up to study for a test?

1 a.m.

If you have a best friend at Pacific, what’s their major?

Electrical engineering.

What is your favorite class?

Advanced digital design and digital image processing.

What were your hardest classes?

Applied linear algebra math 145.

What’s your favorite food on campus?

I really like going to the Lair late at night to get a burger and garlic fries.

What is your favorite place to study on campus?

In the Chamber’s Technology Center after classes.

What is your favorite thing to do off-campus?

Traveling. I like going on road trips with friends to places like Yosemite or San Francisco.

What’s one thing about Pacific that you would never want to change?

I would say classroom sizes and the accessibility to faculty. The faculty are all very approachable and it’s easy to pop into office hours if you need help on anything.

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