Nicole Jugovich, Chemical Engineering Class of 2020, received an honorable mention in the 2018 Image of Research Contest. Her submission can be viewed here.
When asked how the ISUR program has benefited her, Jugovich said, ” The ISUR program has broadened my experience with research by providing me with exposure to the projects of my peers and professors of various disciplines. From autonomous agricultural robots to prosthetic arms, the research presentations accompanying the monthly luncheons encompass a wide range of fascinating topics. I have enjoyed learning about the diverse, ground-breaking studies being conducted in other labs on campus. In addition, my participation in ISUR has instilled knowledge of general research fundamentals, such as conducting literature reviews, honing presentation performance, and structuring a thorough report. In this way, the ISUR program has enriched my awareness of many diverse research possibilities and equipped me with the skills I need to continue developing as an effective and informed researcher.”
Image: “A Happy Accident” by Nicole Jugovich