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Rusheel Shah is currently in his 3rd year of studying Computer Science at Case Western Reserve University. In May 2017, he will graduate with Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science with a concentration in software engineering and biomedical engineering.

Last summer, Rusheel spent his time as a software development intern at Wolters Klower Health in Hudson, Ohio. Wolters Kluwer Health is a healthcare software company that tailors to both physicians and patients around the globe. This experience introduced him to the corporate side of software development and how products are made in the real world. During the internship period he gained both technological skills like mobile development, agile development process, and SQL server development among other things and professional skills like teamwork and leadership. He enhanced his communication skills throughout his time at the company because there had to be constant communication between all members of the team. This experienced enhanced his skills as a developer more than any classroom setting ever could.

Outside of the classroom, Rusheel is very involved with varsity athletics. He is a member of the Case Western Reserve University Varsity Men’s Soccer team. He has received both academic and athletic honors throughout his time with the team. He has been named to the University Athletic Association All-Academic team and has been named an honorable mention on the University Athletic Association All-Athletic team. Other than soccer, Rusheel is also part of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at Case Western Reserve University. He has held a position as service chair and a position as philanthropy chair.

Work experience

May 2015Aug 2015

Software Development Intern

Wolters Kluwer Health

Software Development Intern, (Hudson, OH)

Collaborated with an Agile Development Team that produced healthcare software solutions

Assigned coding, debugging, and research stories

Reported status in all team meetings with project manager, product managers, development, and QA

Developed in Java, JavaScript, HTML, XML, CSS on desktop, web, and mobile solutions

Trained with SQL, Gerrit for version control, and Android development for mobile solutions

Jan 2014Jan 2015

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Case Western Reserve University

Undergraduate Research Assistant, (Cleveland, OH)

Engineered wires for implantation that were necessary for the lab to run smoothly

Coded in MatLab to record and manipulate data and designing devices to make it possible to record data

Participated on projects dealing with sciatic nerve in dogs, carotid artery in rats, and the design of wireless electrodes.



Case Western Reserve University

GPA: 3.06

Relevant Coursework: Java, Data Structures, Algorithms, Operating Systems, Database Systems, Computer Architecture


  • Highly self-motivated with a strong passion for learning and exceptional teamwork skills
  • Logic-oriented through love of science and technology
  • Proficient in Java
Skill ...
  • Familiar with SQL, Mobile Development, Gerrit, JavaScript


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