2018 OSKI Scholars

Yulie Park

Yulie is a freshman at UC Berkeley intending to double-major in Computer Science and Psychology with a minor in English. She is an international student from South Korea, but has also lived in Florida for nine years. In her free time, she loves to catch up with her family and friends, read classics, play tennis, mentor, and set personal goals. As an OSKI Scholar, Yulie looks forward to integrating the Cal alumni with the Berkeley community and easing out-of-state/international students with their transition to college life.

Emily Zhou Wang

Emily is a freshman from Oxford, Ohio. She plans on majoring in Business Administration and is considering a minor in Data Science. In her spare time, she likes going on adventures to find cool places to take photos. She is excited to give back to the community as an OSKI Scholar.

Yi Heng (Joshua) Wu

Joshua is a freshman from Hong Kong who plans to major in Psychology and minor in Education. His first time being in the states, he is already in love with the culture, the people, and the atmosphere, and would love to contribute back to the local community. In his free time, Joshua enjoys reading, hiking, and volunteering. As an OSKI scholar, he is looking forward to building wider connections through CASA with both alumnus and students, as well as completing projects that serve the local community.

Mia Karimabadi

Mia is a freshman at UC Berkeley intending a major in Business Administration and a minor in Persian. She was born and raised in Maryland, and she’s a huge D.C. sports fan, especially the Redskins. She also loves baking, playing guitar, and watching Grey’s Anatomy. As an OSKI scholar, she can’t wait to help new and existing out-of-state students find their community here at Cal.

Riley Nevil

Riley is a freshman at UC Berkeley with an intended major in Public Health and minor in Global Poverty and Practice on the Pre-Med track. She is also involved with Sage mentorship club where she tutors and advises elementary school students in Berkeley. She was born and raised in Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey, and is excited to be representing the east coast as an Out-of-State Key Inclusion Scholar! Some of her interests are going to the beach, traveling, cooking, gardening, and playing any sport. As an OSKI scholar, she hopes to continue working closely with CASA to assist other out of state students in the Cal community.

Justin Wu

Justin is a UC Berkeley freshman from Baton Rouge, Louisiana who plans to study applied mathematics and possibly computer science. Born in Chicago to Taiwanese parents, he is the third one in his family to attend UC Berkeley. Justin likes to cook, play music, draw, and take natural walks in his spare time. As an OSKI scholar, Justin is exhilarated in representing his Southern roots and connecting UC Berkeley more with the out-of-state community. Geaux Bears!

Jesslyn Cabero

Jesslyn is a junior at UC Berkeley majoring in architecture with a minor in city planning. She moved here all the way from Virginia and loves exploring the Bay Area when she can. When she is not spending all her time in Wurster, you can also find her at a random coffee shop or out doing something for others. Helping others out is something she enjoys doing and takes every opportunity to give a helping hand. As an OSKI scholar, she hopes to continue giving a helping hand though now with a new group of people!

Andrew Chen

Andy is a first-year student from Dover, Delaware. He is intending on majoring in physics and attaining a minor in linguistics at UC Berkeley. Apart from his love of learning, Andy enjoys swimming, hiking, and exploring the Bay Area! Here at Cal, Andy is a member of the Daily Californian and Peer Health Exchange. As an OSKI scholar, he is excited to bring an out-of-state perspective to both CASA and the Berkeley community, serving as a leader both on and off campus.

Ruisi Fu

Ruisi is a freshman from Shenzhen, China, interested in pursuing degrees in Computer Science and Cognitive Science. While being a big fan of art and cooking, she is always thrilled to explore more and also dive deep. As an OSKI scholar, Ruisi enjoys meeting new people and is grateful to have the out-of-state community support in the back while exploring more at Cal.