Andrew Lin

Major: BBA MIS
Graduation: May 2020

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Andrew Lin, Overall GPA – 3.01

My name is Andrew Lin. I am a senior pursuing a BBA in Management Information Systems at Temple University’s Fox School of Business.

I am originally from New York City, NY, but my family moved to Fogelsville, PA when I was 10. I attended Parkland Highschool and then decided to attend Temple University to earn my undergraduate degree.

I was a former to be an Information Science & Technology major but decided my passions were in the mix of business and technology so I decided to switch into Fox School of Business MIS program because I feel that the program allows me to be more flexible in my career path rather it be in the technical side or the managerial side of business. I have skills involving coding and database management that I learned while major in Information Science & Technology while also acquiring skills in business management throughout and how businesses and technology intertwine during my tenure at the Fox School of Business.

My goals are to get into a job where I can use all the skills that I have acquired during my education and apply them to real world issues. I love problem solving and I love how data has the ability to unlock many issues that are plaguing the world today.

My contact email is tuf61138@temple.edu and you can have a look at my resume here!


Professional Achievements

  • PROJECTS 1
  • PARTICIPATION 10
    • Assist at a department sponsored eventSpring 2019

    • Fox IT Career FairFall 2018

    • Other Career FairSpring 2019

    • IBIT small group meeting with industryFall 2018, Spring 2019

    • IBIT/CDI Challenge or Conference Fall 2018

    • AIS Speaker Series TrackFall 2018, Spring 2019

    • AIS Technical Development TrackFall 2018, Spring 2019

  • ATTENDANCE 3
    • Fox IT AwardsSpring 2019

    • AIS Professional Development TrackFall 2018, Spring 2019

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