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Dan Krill is a sophomore from Wexford, Pennsylvania, majoring in computer science in the College of Engineering with a minor in French and Francophone studies. Krill is assisting Professor Michael Coppedge in his research on the contagion of democracy across online mediums. His work focuses on Internet connectivity and social media use around the world, with the goal of using data to drive a dyadic analysis of international patterns of political influence over the Internet. Krill’s broader interests include the advancement of renewable energy and the role of cyber cafés in the developing world, both with a regional focus in North Africa.