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About Kevin Negy

Kevin Negy was born in College Station, Texas and was raised in Orlando, Florida. He currently is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in computer science. After graduating from UCF in 2013 with degrees in International Global Studies and Spanish, he worked as an English teaching assistant in southern Spain for two years. While in Spain, he decided to return to UCF to study computer science and has since become involved in research during his undergraduate studies.  He currently is working with Dr. Avelino Gonzalez on a project with the objective of creating a driving model using observational learning to identify dangerous driving.  He participated in the Summer Undergraduate Program inEngineering Research at UC Berkeley under Dr. Vern Paxson. He also assisted Dr. Kenneth Stanley on a project investigating the evolution of constructive agents that create block structures in a virtual world. He plans to obtain his Ph.D. in Computer Science en route to becoming a university professor and using his position as a professor to assist fellow aspiring students.


August 2014 - May 2015 Auxiliar de Conversacion (English Teaching Assistant), IES Fray Luis de Granada ‐ English Department
August 2013 - May 2014 Auxiliar de Conversacion (English Teaching Assistant), IES El Sur (Lepe, Spain) ‐ English Department

Curriculum Vitae

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Honors and Awards

  • McNair Scholar
  • summa cum laude (B.A. in International Global Studies and Spanish)
  • Bright Futures Scholarship Program (Florida Academic Scholar)
  • UCF Pegasus Gold Scholarship
  • UCF Burnett Honors College Student
  • UCF Honors in the Major Scholarship
  • UCF Office of International Studies Scholarship


Present Undergraduate Researcher, University of Central Florida

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