Eva Rudajev is a current junior at UC Berkeley pursuing a major in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research and a minor in Data Science. Eva has had an interest in STEM for as long as she can remember, receiving multiple awards such as Calculus Student of The Year, and Statistics Student of The Year. She hopes to pursue a career as a Data Scientist as she thoroughly enjoys problem solving in her coding and machine learning classes. She is currently working on a project to simulate an amusement park in order to design the optimal park, as well as a machine learning project on predicting forest fires in California. Outside of school, Eva is a Project Manager in her consulting club: 180 Degrees Consulting. There, she spearheads a project in the social impact sector focused on providing emotional education to children around the world. She loves her work as she is able to exercise her interests in business through enhancing access to education for children. Finally, Eva spends a lot of her free time promoting wellness and wellbeing within the members of the STEM community at Berkeley. During the pandemic, she was the president of Engineering Wellness at Cal, a club at Berkeley, and she worked hard to put on many wellness events for the Cal community, such as yoga, meditation workshops, and virtual learning workshops. She looks forward to helping out students through Curious Cardinals to help them reach their maximum potential!

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How I spend my free time

community service