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“Honestly that’s what research is. It’s all troubleshooting,” said Joshua Heuvel-Horwitz ’23 — the URECA researcher of the month for March 2022 — who has experienced the day-to-day process of working through problems as an undergraduate researcher in the group of Chemistry Professor Trevor Sears since 2019.
Michael Rizzo, a computer science major in the Department of Computer Science, recently won the HackHarvard 2018 award for developing an app called "Steppr" that incentivizes users to walk by rewarding them real money for every step taken.
Andrew Nwuba is a senior majoring in Mechanical Engineering at Stony Brook University. He began doing research in his sophomore year.
Senior mechanical engineering student and Marine Corps veteran Matthew Curtis is well on his way to leaving Texas A&M University with not just a degree, but a potential business as well.
Undergraduate students like University of North Carolina senior Jackson Richards work within the Applied Biomechanics Laboratory to investigate balance impairment and fall risks in adults due to aging and neurological disease or injury.
Eleven Northwestern students on this year’s Global Engineering Trek (GET) visited universities, research labs and innovators of industry across Northern and Southwest Germany.
USC students traveled to a refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesvos to research and find immediate engineering solutions to the global refugee crisis.
Undergraduate students in the "Hacking for Defense" class ponder a tough question: How do you counter online radicalization?
USC undergraduates recently created a plan that would capture value along the Lafitte Greenway, a 2.6-mile bicycle and pedestrian trail and green corridor opened in New Orleans in 2015.
Students from the UC Davis Game Development and Arts Club designed a computer game to support Professor Angelique Louie’s online class, “Introduction to Research.”