Nicole Hucke, CoCo Coding Trainer 

Nicole Hucke, she/her

Coding Coach

Nicole is a Civil and Environmental Engineering Ph.D Student at at the University of Idaho, US. She explores I research the effects the of onset of sediment motion on nutrient hysteresis patterns in rivers

CoCo SciComm Team interviewed Nicole, one of our Coding Trainers, to get insight into her motivation and purpose for teaching at CoCo. 

Q: What are some of the things you expect to learn from CoCo? 

A: The positivity and empowerment everyone brings to the team. The fact that we are all so unique and want to work towards the same goal is really inspiring to me.

Q: What made you decide to be involved in a bilingual program such as CoCo?

A: I learned so much and had a fantastic time being part of the first cohort of the program. I wanted to be able to grant this beautiful experience to more people to come, especially because it has been beneficial for my academic growth. 

Q: What kind of activities do you enjoy doing outside work? 

A: I like baking, embroidery and playing video games. When the weather feels nice I love going out on bike rides, hikes and camping trips. 

We admire Nicole's commitment and love for programming. You can follow Nicole's updates following her Twitter and Instagram account.