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Passion for Technology Leads to International Climate Research

Daniele Moro (far left) with his fellow Bronco Appathon winners Stephanie Labastida and Audrey Miller (Jacob Bell not pictured)

 

Daniele Moro, ’20, is a scholarship recipient, with a passion for technology currently studying computer science.  

“From my humble origin in Italy, I immigrated to the United States, found my passion for technology, and am now flourishing here at Boise State University,” he says.

He currently works as a computer science tutor and a student research engineer in the College of Engineering. Daniele’s involvement in campus clubs and organizations includes being active in SHPE, ARVRA, CTA and the International Climate Team.

“The Honors College has provided me with so many opportunities, like starting the International Climate Team,” he said. “They work with partner schools around the world to build weather stations.”

Daniele has been awarded the William H. & Gladys E. Langroise Student Scholarship and the Alumni Legacy Scholarship.  He, and fellow students Stephanie Labastida, Audrey Miller and Jacob Bell, took first place in the 2017 Bronco Appathon for their self-paced, interactive training application “Show Me.”

“I am succeeding at Boise State because of donor contributions and I am grateful for that,” he added.