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Current Scholars

Patrick Dobranowski


Class of: 2026
Hometown: Castle Rock, CO
School: College of Engineering
Major(s): Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, Physics

Raised between the mountains of Poland and Colorado where he spent much of his time reading, learning to code, and climbing, Patrick began his journey with service by working on and creating many assistive software projects. He eventually turned his love for creating into a passion for service in the democratization of technology and development of educational equity. In helping found the software startup, Dupper Analytics, Patrick aided many small and medium sized businesses in transforming their daily processes and expanding their capabilities through the use of technology. Further inspired by the mentors that instilled him with a passion for learning, he helped increase the availability of cybersecurity education by hosting two international cybersecurity competitions, raising money for cybersecurity education and Women Who Code movements while volunteering in senior citizen technology education programs. Continually learning and growing his own skills in a variety of fields, Patrick is driven to share his knowledge with others and assist local communities in any capacity.

As an incoming Ingram Scholar, Patrick hopes to take his joint passion for service, technology, and entrepreneurship to expand the availability of technological solutions in the Nashville area while continuing to promote equal educational opportunities for all.