The Holcombe Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Undergraduate Ambassadors

Jeffery JohnsonName: Jeffery Johnson
Hometown: Hartsville, SC
Degree Program: Computer Engineering
Email: jhj@clemson.edu

Campus Involvement and Interests: Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, Intramural Volleyball and Soccer, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Avid Tiger athletics fan, Cooperative education program

Why I chose the Electrical Engineering program at Clemson: Growing up, I was constantly amazed by technology. No matter how simple or complex the device, I wanted to know what made it work. Having the chance to learn everything I've wanted to know about technology is exactly what I wanted in a major. Clemson University's strong reputation in terms of engineering majors (especially ECE) made coming here an easy choice. Practical work experience that I've gained in the cooperative education program has assured me that I've chosen the right major at the best place for me. Go Tigers!

Hope KenyaName: Hope Kenya
Hometown: Spartanburg, SC
Degree program: Computer Engineering
Email: hkenya@clemson.edu

Campus Involvement and Interests: National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), Resident Assistant for RISE students, all sports

Why I chose the Computer Engineering program at Clemson: I knew I would be taught by some of the best professors in the Computer Engineering field and I would be pushed to the limit so I could come to my full potential.

Roderick MatthewsName: Roderick Matthews
Hometown:  Rock Hill, SC
Degree program:  Electrical Engineering
Email:  roderim@clemson.edu

Campus Involvement and Interests: PEER (Programs for Education Enrichment and Retention) Mentor, PEER publicity chair,  NSBE (National Society for Black Engineers) assistant treasurer, Clemson University Gospel Choir supply manager

Why I chose the Electrical Engineering program at Clemson: I wanted a career that would be challenging and rewarding while ensuring employment for the future. Because Clemson University is nationally ranked for its engineering program, Clemson provided this best opportunity to attend school in state.

Name: Nathan Pocta
Hometown:  Charleston, SC
Degree Program:  Computer Engineering
Email:  npocta@g.clemson.edu

Campus Involvement:  Swim Club, co-op program, running

Why I chose Computer Engineering at Clemson: : I chose Clemson because it has a beautiful campus, many passionate teachers, and happy students. I chose Computer Engineering because I was looking for a major that would be both challenging and relevant to modern society. Clemson stays up to date with the learning tools it implements and provides its Computer Engineering students with opportunities to learn and succeed. I believe Clemson is a great place for motivated individuals to succeed.