Izze Hedricks, Grace Luettgen, Daniel Naiman, and Xin “Jason” Zhang Receive Undergraduate Research Recognition

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The department is happy to announce a slew of outstanding achievements by undergraduate researchers:

Grace Luettgen received an ASPIRE grant from the Dean’s Undergraduate Research Program to work with Prof. Brian Camley on cells that exhibit both chemoattraction and chemorepulsion.

In Professor Tyrel McQueen’s group: 

Xin “Jason” Zhang, received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.

Izze Hedricks received the Materials Science & Engineering Nanomaterials Senior Design Award for her work on nanoscale superconducting devices from novel materials. She was also part of the team that received the 2023 REDDx award at the Applied Physics Laboratory for her contributions to ““Closed-loop machine learning for discovery of novel superconductors

Daniel Naiman is part of the Chem-E-Car team that qualified for the 2023 national competition

Many congratulations to the department’s phenomenal undergraduate researchers!