Monday, May 24, 2021
Note: This story is one in a series of stories written by student Makenzie Kohler highlighting student scientists. 
From an early age, Janita Aamir knew that she wanted to be a computer scientist. Growing up in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, Aamir was able to pick a preferred field of study her freshman year of high school. Going against the societal norm, Aamir chose to pursue a predominantly male field, computer science, to prove that women can be successful in STEM fields and not only survive, but thrive. 
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