Chad Morita

chadmorita.com

chadmmm@hawaii.edu

chadmorita

chadmorita

Pearl City, Hawaii 96782 USA

Interests

Networking , Computer Security , Software Engineering

Skills

Languages and Frameworks: C, HTML/CSS, Java, JavaScript, Meteor.js, MongoDB, Semantic UI

Toolsets/OS: MacOS, Linux, Unix, Windows, Git/Github, LaTeX, Eclipse, IntelliJ

Education

University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI

B.S., Computer Science (expected Spring, 2019)

  • Introduction to Computer Science I
  • Introduction to Computer Science II
  • Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science I
  • Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science II
  • Program Structure
  • Software Engineering I
  • Algorithms
  • Operating Systems

2015 - Present

Work

A/V Technician, Halau I Ka Wekiu/Pupukahi I Ke Alo O Na Pua

Responsible for running A/V presentations for performances at the Hawai’i Theatre.

2015 - Present

Cashier, Sodexo Hawaii

Head Cashier at the Les Murakami Stadium and Stan Sheriff Center concessions

  • Distribute change to the cash registers before opening
  • Periodically check registers throught the shift to redistribute change
  • Operate cash register
  • Count the end of the shift totals

2013 - 2015

Activities

Photo Lab Assistant, University of Hawaii Photo Lab

hawaii.edu/art/

Assist photography students working in the lab, checkout equipment, and maintain darkroom chemicals.

  • Junior Photo Lab Assistant, August 2016-December 2016
  • Senior Photo Lab Assistant, January 2017-Present

2016 - Present

Student volunteer, GenCyber

www.gen-cyber.com/

Assist students learning cybersecurity concepts in the classroom

  • Answer student's questions about classroom activities
  • Supervise students during capture the flag event on the UH Manoa Campus
  • Design activities to teach cybcersecurity principles

2016 - 2016

Awards

Manoa Dean's List, UH Manoa College of Natural Sciences, Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016

Undergraduate students are awarded the Dean's List distinction if they: (1) earn a semester grade point average of 3.5 or higher based on 12 credits or more taken for a grade, and (2) do not receive grades of W, I, F, or NC for that semester.

References

Available upon request