The Wharton Student Computing team is dedicated to helping you with any and all technical issues. We’re here to support your academic success with innovative technologies from your first day of classes through graduation and beyond. Your feedback drives our technology projects – please share your comments and suggestions! Located in SH-DH 114 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., we are always ready to quickly offer tech support in person, by phone: (215) 898-8600, or online.
Meet Our Student Staff
I am a sophomore at Drexel University studying Computer Engineering. My hope is to specialize in hardware engineering, specifically GPUs or CPUs. In my spare time I enjoy working on my gaming rig and recently became interested in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Judo. I’m looking forward to my time at Wharton Computing. So, if you have any computer issues I’d be happy to help.
I am currently attending Drexel University for Computer Science with a concentration in Game Programming and Development. As you might be able to tell, my interests include playing video games, but I also enjoy many other things! I did a lot of performance art before college (theater, musicals, chorus, orchestra), and also enjoy many other artistic hobbies. I’m looking forward to spending the next six months here at Wharton Computing.
Hi Everyone! I’m currently a senior In Drexel University’s College of Computing & Informatics with a concentration in Server Technology. Computers play a major role in my life, and my interest dates back as far as I can remember. When I’m not burying my face behind a monitor you can find me flying drones or working on cars with my friends! I first started working at Wharton Computing in 2014 during my first coop at Drexel, and quickly decided I’d like to pursue the opportunity further thanks to the incredible staff and highly dynamic environment. If you have any computer problems, come see me! If I can’t fix it, no one can.
I am a 3rd year (of 5) Physics major studying at Drexel University. I hope to concentrate in either Astrophysics or Quantum Mechanics, specifically the teaching of said subjects. In my free time I read comics, play video games, and stargaze. I’m particularly good with computer hardware, but love technology in all its forms. I’m looking forward to my next 6 months here at Wharton Computing. Feel free to drop by anytime if you need any help or have any questions.
I am a sophomore at Drexel University majoring in Computer Science. I’m from Eastchester, New York which is a small suburb 30 minutes out from New York City. I’m a big fan of food, games (video games, board games, you name it), art, and exploring. Talking to people and helping them out in whatever way possible has always come easy to me, so I’m hoping to be able to do just that over here at Wharton Computing. I’m excited to be working in such a welcoming environment, and I look forwards to learning what I can from everyone.
I am an sophomore in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences studying Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. My hometown is in the suburbs of southern California and the city life in Philadelphia is a refreshing change. I’ve always loved technology and working at Wharton Computing has given me an opportunity to utilize my knowledge to help others, whether it be in person or over the phone. It’s nice knowing that even in a competitive environment like Penn, there is always a way to reach out for any kind of technical support.
My name is Dan Leapman and I am a sophomore from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I intend on majoring in Biological Basis of Behavior and minoring in Consumer Psychology. I am interested and involved in biotech startups, marketing, and neuro research. Academic interests aside, my favorite activities are playing music and hanging out with friends. I love problem-solving, and am excited to solve yours at Wharton Computing.
I am a Wharton sophomore studying Finance, with a potential focus in Statistics. I’m from Reston, which is a small town in Virginia about thirty minutes from D.C. In my free time I enjoy playing sports with friends. I hope that as I encounter problems with my own system I’ll learn to solve them quickly and help others with them as well through Wharton Computing. The team here is beyond supportive, leading to students getting the help they need quickly.
I am sophomore in the Engineering school majoring in Computer Science. I grew up in Boone, North Carolina, where I lived for 15 years and moved to Durham for my junior and senior years of high school. Computers have always been a passion of mine, from the time I wrote my first “Hello World!” program to when I reassembled a computer in an engineering class. The Wharton Computing lab allows me to apply these interests in a great working environment and at the same time, teaches me how to use my knowledge of computers to aid people however I can. I look forward to working in such a friendly and collaborative environment and seeing what challenges come my way.
I am a double major in mathematics and computer science in the College and Engineering school. My hometown is Las Vegas, and I previously attended Pepperdine University in Malibu. I love music, food, and learning anything new and interesting. I started out as just a math major, but found the same passion for computer science after my first intro programming class. It must be something about solving problems, which is also what I find satisfying about working at Wharton Computing, addressing problems with computers/technology and finding ways to resolve the issues. The staff here is also amazing, so feel free to come in and ask me or any of them for help.
I am a Sophomore studying Computer Engineering with a potential minor in Japanese. I grew up and lived for 18 years in Mount Laurel in southern New Jersey and went to high school here in Philly at St. Joseph’s Prep. I started out studying Chemical Engineering but found my passion in computer science after my first programming class here at Penn. I love playing Piano, speedrunning video games (beating a game as fast as possible), and generally learning/studying/experiencing new things. I hope that through working here at Wharton Computing I can get the opportunity to learn tons of new things while also helping people out with all different kinds of issues.
I am a junior studying Computer Science in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. I was born and raised in the suburbs of DC in a town called Centreville, Virginia. I’ve always had a passion for working with computers and helping others. Luckily, Wharton Computing provides a relaxed environment that allows me to do both. When I’m not doing something with computers I also enjoy dancing in my free time and am heavily involved in Penn Hype Dance Crew and Freaks of the Beat. I look forward to helping you with your computer needs!
I am a Wharton junior studying Finance and Entrepreneurship. Originally from Mattituck, New York, which is a small town adjacent to the Hamptons on the North Fork of Long Island. In my free time I enjoy hanging with friends and listening to a variety of music. I have always been deeply interested in problem solving and all types of technology, which I hope to apply while working at Wharton Computing. The staff here is very supportive and knowledgable, so feel free to visit with any questions tech-related.
I am a student in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences majoring in Computer Science and planning to minor in Consumer Psychology. I have always been interested in technology, and in high school I was already involved in student computing support, so I am really happy to be working here at Wharton Computing. What I love the most is the friendly environment, the opportunity to help people with their computers, phones and other devices, and the interesting challenges, which fit my skills well. If you have any trouble with technology, come to the office and I will do my best to help you.
My name is Leandro Grigera; I am a Senior in the School of Engineering studying mechanical engineering. I love to play soccer, guitar, and traveling. I hope to learn a lot and assist people by working with Wharton Computing.
I am a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences studying Mathematical Economics. I live just outside of Atlantic City, but I love Philadelphia with all the same fervor! I have always been fascinated with the fact that we can use technology to model and solve real world problems. I work at Wharton Computing because I enjoy helping people realize the extent to which technology can help them in their careers and daily lives. The staff here is friendly and competent, so feel free to drop in!
I am a sophomore in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, majoring in Computer Engineering and minoring in Mathematics. I was born and raised in the best city in the world, Philadelphia. When I’m not eating cheesesteaks or running up the Art Museum steps, I enjoy watching movies and playing basketball. Working at Wharton Computing has given me the opportunity to combine both my passion for helping others and my passion for technology. Feel free to stop by and ask me or any one of the supportive staff here. We are more than happy to help you.
I am a Junior in the College of Arts and Sciences studying Economics and planning to minor in International Relations. I grew up a proud Cowboys fan in Dallas, TX before inexplicably moving to Philadelphia to attend Penn. In my free time, I love running, hanging with friends and playing guitar. While my studies are not focused on computer science, I have always had a passion for technology and problem solving. At Wharton Computing, my interests are well founded and I look forward to helping solve others’ problems as well.
I am a junior in the College from just outside of Philadelphia. I am majoring in Biology and minoring in Chemistry, and intend to continue on to medical school. I am also involved in leukemia research at the Abramson Family Cancer Research Institute, and am a coordinator for Penn’s chapter of Camp Kesem. I love dealing with people, so working at Wharton Computing and getting to interact with different people every day is a nice, refreshing complement to my work in the lab.
I am a Wharton junior studying concentrations in Finance and Statistics. I was raised in the outskirts of Toronto, Canada. I love technology and I enjoy helping others out. I am also a bit of a PC geek and I love working with hardware parts, building PC rigs. Some of my other interests include playing music and the NBA (Raptors ofc). I love working at Wharton Computing because of its friendly environment, great people, and the opportunities to help others out with technology. The staff are very competent and amazing. We are always more than happy to help with any of your needs in technical support.