INNIKA PANG, Office Assistant
Innika Pang is a student at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa with a major in Psychology and a minor in Information & Computer Sciences. At the moment, she does not have a specific area of psychology that she would like to explore; rather, she is fascinated by many fields, including neuroscience. In the future, she would like to use her knowledge in computer science to aid neuroscientists in exploring parts of the brain that cannot be physically explored. Although IT is not her specialty, Innika was a part of the CyberPatriots team at her high school. By being a member of the CyberPatriots, she gained knowledge of cybersecurity and educated herself on the basics of the Linux OS. She also participated in eight-hour competitions, which tested the team’s accumulated knowledge of finding and fixing security threats. Additionally, they won second place in the Cyber-Hui competition. Despite knowing the basics of cybersecurity, she would like to expand her knowledge of both the software and hardware side of computers.
DANIEL SMITH, Computer Specialist II
Daniel Smith is enrolled at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, majoring in Management of Information Systems. He has 1 year of experience in Information Technology, Audio/Video multimedia production and enterprise network support. Dan helped roll out remote classroom learning throughout the state of Texas through various programs including Citrix, BlueJeans, Polycom, and TechLink. With over 7 years of experience in healthcare, Dan hopes to help innovate next-generation charting software for hospitals. With this experience, he has gained a deep appreciation for how information technology can improve the quality of life for students and those in healthcare. He is currently a Student Assistant Computer Specialist II for the Curriculum Research & Development Group (CRDG) at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Dan brings a diverse knowledge base, both hardware, and software, to the team and continues to learn, develop and share this experience.