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Ulo Freitas

Ulo Freitas, '24, is a senior from Evanston, Illinois studying Computer Science specializing in Systems. Ulo is interested in the intersection between science, technology, arts, engineering, and mathematics (STEAM), increasing representation of underrepresented minorities, and social good impact. During his time at Stanford, he has been a part of various programs and opportunities that have empowered him to explore this intersection which include: being a scholar in the Stanford Summer Engineering Academy (SSEA), President of the Society of Black Scientists and Engineers (SBSE), a course helper for Stanford's Black in Computer Science (BiCS), and a fellow in the CS + Social Good Studio. Ulo's family is from Angola, and Ulo sees the values instilled in him from this background as integral to his dedication to equity and social impact. After Stanford, Ulo plans on continuing engineering while engaging in social good initiatives both in and outside of engineering.