Martha Gizaw

Martha Gizaw
  • Class of 2019 / 2020
  • Hometown: Woodbridge, VA
  • Major(s): Computer Science & Neurotechnology (Self-Designed)

About Martha Gizaw

Martha is a senior who arrived at William & Mary in 2017 as a Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholar with an associate degree from Northern Virginia Community College. Despite her challenges of being diagnosed with mild disabilities and caring for two younger siblings with significant disabilities in a single-mother household, she thrives academically and is passionate about neuroinformatics and its ability to advance the understanding of autism and other neurological disorders.

Outside of the classroom, Martha is Vice President of the Neurodiversity Student Group. She also participates in the Association of Computing Machinery and Society of Women in Computing. Whenever Martha is not too busy, you may find her exploring Colonial Williamsburg.

Posts by Martha Gizaw

Describing COLL in One Paragraph

As William & Mary captures a new school of fish — the Class of 2023, of course — I would like to give some

Internship Finish Line: What’s Next?

The Aspiring Scientist Summer Internship Program at George Mason University teaches students scientific writing, creative thinking, and specialized technologies. Workshops and Inventors’ Club provide

Internship Finish Line: Update 2

One week later, my internship will conclude with a poster session on the morning of August 10th. My poster is now available below for

Internship Finish Line: Update 1

Well, it has been over a month since I have begun my internship at George Mason. This week and the next, I am finalizing

Internship: 95% Loaded

This Friday, I will be off to orientation for my very first internship at George Mason University’s Manassas Campus. Finally, I can picture myself

Early Completion of My Minor

What is rough is my first year at William & Mary. What is not so rough is the completion of my CAMS minor in

“Misleading” Honorary Organizations

The pressure is almost over for William & Mary admissions. Students in the whereabouts accumulated their honors to heighten their chances of being admitted.

Who’s In? Who’s In?

Tonight’s the night, Class of the Square Root of 4,088,484 (no calculators allowed, please)! Final admissions decisions are coming, and there are so many

How I Got Into W&M (Twice)

The admissions process is as tough as choosing a college. As a person who went through this situation as a freshman and then again