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SSE president says that organization played big role in success Student Spotlight

Kayla Davis, fourth-year software engineering student
December 1, 2016
Lauren Peace

Kayla Davis, a fourth-year software engineering major, is the current president of RIT’s Society of Software Engineers (SSE). Davis, from Middlebury, Vt., is also a member of Women in Computing at RIT. In her time away from the classroom, Davis enjoys soccer, hockey and good coffee.

SSE is a student-run organization with nearly 100 members. Founded in 2002, SSE serves as a social and academic hub for students interested in fields relating to software engineering and development. The social community is open to all students, regardless of major, and focuses on scholarly excellence, networking and extracurricular projects.

The full interview is here.

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