Juliana Avalos is a National Hispanic Scholar and an AP Scholar with Distinction. A future engineer, Juliana taught coding for Granada Hills Charter High School’s Girls Who Code Club, studied coding at USC, and designed a rollercoaster with the Society of Women Engineers. In her school’s nascent AP Capstone program, Juliana researched the value of music therapy for students with autism and explored the use of art to counter police brutality. She studies computer science at UCSD.
High school: Granada Hills Charter High School
University of California - San DiegoLa Jolla, CA
|2021||B.S. Computer Science|