As a muslim woman, I love my religion pt 1

I suspect this will be the first of many posts I write about why I love being a Muslim so this is part one but the topic I want to write about is something I have experienced that both muslims and non-muslims get wrong. And that is the characteristics of a muslim women. I canContinue reading “As a muslim woman, I love my religion pt 1”

Reflections: One year out of school

Today the class of 2021 had a “make up” graduation from the university. I didn’t go. Why? Because after being out of school for one year, I don’t really feel like a ‘student’ anymore. I had a little pandemic graduation with me and my friends meeting up for food and then taking pictures in theContinue reading “Reflections: One year out of school”

To The Guy In My Second Year Bio Course, I Am So Sorry

To the guy in my 2nd year undergrad bio course,  I am so sorry. I don’t know your name or if we were in the same program or if we graduated at the same time but all I know is that I really really disliked you. You were always right at the front, answering theContinue reading “To The Guy In My Second Year Bio Course, I Am So Sorry”

Random Coding Tips and Tricks

There are a lot of little things that I come across in my work that I can’t easily find the answers to and then when i do find the answer, I always wonder if there are other pple who could potentially benefit from this. There have been many instances where I have felt like thisContinue reading “Random Coding Tips and Tricks”

Regular Expressions for Removing Email Signatures

I’ve been scouring Google, searching for a regular expression that can help me filter out email signatures from email text. I guess email body processing is kind of niche for NLP as I found alot of email address parsing regex but nothing related to email signature parsing. So I made one and wanted to shareContinue reading “Regular Expressions for Removing Email Signatures”

Coming in second at SHIFT2021 Public Sector Case Competition

View my LinkedIn Post here I heard about the SHIFT2021 Case Competition through an email that the iSchool’s Career office sent. It was exciting because I had seen a number Management students from my undergrad compete in competitions like this and I always found it really cool. I just knew that you had to bringContinue reading “Coming in second at SHIFT2021 Public Sector Case Competition”

Links to blog posts I wrote for my faculty’s student life blog

Life as a student in the Human-Centered Data Science concentration: Life as a student in the Information Systems and Design concentration:

Ethical Innovation in Process Mining

This is a blog post which I wrote in relation to my presentation for the Ethical Innovation for Artificial Intelligence Workshop which took place from July 27th to July 28th 2020. Click Here to view the video recording of my presentation Ethical Innovation in Process Mining I became interested in learning about Process Mining afterContinue reading “Ethical Innovation in Process Mining”