I first noticed the gender gap in my high school AP Physics class. I was one of three girls in a sea of twenty boys. It was also in this class that my teacher became my mentor and guided me to pursue an electrical engineering (EE) degree. I’m proud to have been part of the 18% of female EEs at Bucknell University. But, I’m on a mission to change this statistic.
I’m using my education to creatively break down topics and help girls build confidence in STEM.
– Emily Bayuk, Founder
Machine Learning & Cyber Security Experience
Emily completed an internship and part-time work with Booz Allen Hamilton as a machine learning software developer. She learned how to build and implement neural networks. She was also introduced to computer architecture, Assembly language and C while working through a reverse-engineering and binary exploitation Capture the Flag cyber security challenge.
After graduating from Bucknell University with a B.S. in electrical engineering and a minor in Russian language, Emily will be joining Accenture’s security team as an analyst to help businesses defend against cyber threats.
Awards & Distinctions
Bucknell’s BizPitch Competition | 2021
Draper Competition | 2021
Dean’s List Member
Bucknell University | 2019, 2020, 2021
Women in Science and Engineering Scholarship
Bucknell University | 2017 – 2021
Distinguished Ambassador Award
Bucknell University | 2021