Kevin Womack '19
Kevin at Google NYC

Mr. Womack studied Computer Science & Mathematics and hails from Tampa, FL, where he attended Wharton High School.

Why Morehouse?

Initially, the draw was scholarship money, but upon visiting admitted students’ weekend I couldn’t shake the feeling that this institution was meant for me.

More about an interesting achievement:

This may sound abstract, but I’m just proud of my journey. Everyone at Morehouse has their own personal journey, and I’m just ecstatic that I found and stuck to mine. Everyone’s journey is different and this took some time to get comfortable with, but once I did I was happy and successful in my endeavors.

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Independent Projects

  • Instagram Data Mining Project


  • Google, Inc. (2016/2017 - Los Angeles, 2018 - New York City)


  • Cybersecurity Research - Georgia Tech

  • Computer Science Education Research - Morehouse

Graduate School Acceptances

  • Columbia University Data Science M.S. Program

  • Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) Machine Learning PhD Program

  • University of Southern California (USC) Applied Data Science Master’s Program

  • University of Florida (UF) Computer and Information Sciences PhD Program

Full-Time Offers

  • Google, Inc.


  • National Society of Blacks in Computing 2017 Scholarship Winner

  • HCBU@SXSW 2018 Scholarship Recipient

  • Apple HBCU Scholar 2018 Finalist

  • iAAMCS Scholarship Recipient, 2017, 2018

Academic Greek Organizations

  • Pi Mu Epsilon

  • Beta Kappa Chi

Professional Programs

  • Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation Program Scholar


  • Mack, N., Womack, K., Huff, E., Cummings, R., Dowling, N., and Gosha, K. (August 2018). From Midshipmen to Cyber Pros: Training Minority Naval Reserve Officer Training Corp Students for Cybersecurity. In Proceedings of the ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) Conference 2019. Status: Accepted

  • Huff Jr, E.W., Mack, N. A., Cummings, R., Womack, K., Gosha, K., & Gilbert, J. E. (page numbers forthcoming). Evaluating the Usability of Pervasive Conversational User Interfaces for Virtual Mentoring. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCII) 2019. Springer, Cham. Status: Accepted

  • Gosha, K., Ridley, T., Holmes, E., Womack, K. & Scott, J. (2017, April). Introduction to Computer Science for Urban African American Students Using Sphero Robotics Workshop. In Proceedings of the ACM SouthEast Conference (pp. 252-254). ACM.