EPP Students Awarded at Meeting of the Minds Undergraduate Research Symposuim
Three EPP students received awards at the Meeting of the Minds Undergraduate Research Symposium, a university-wide celebration of undergraduate research.
- Korey Haug (Mechanical Engineering, Engineering & Public Policy), “Modular Manufacturing Snake Robot Deployment System”
Winner of the Alcoa Undergraduate Research Award, First Prize- Boeing Blue Skies Award, Second Prize in the CIT Honors Poster Competition
- Kathryn Bradford (Civil & Environmental Engineering, Engineering & Public Policy) and Miriam Hegglin (Civil & Environmental Engineering, Engineering & Public Policy), “A Heat Vulnerability Index and Adaptation Solutions for Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania”Winner of the Undergraduate Environmental Award
Stephanie Wallach, assistant vice provost for undergraduate education and manager of grants for the event, explains in Today, “What’s ideal about this particular kind of research symposium... is that you get a peek into Carnegie Mellon’s living room. There are so many nooks and crannies and wonderful things happening across campus, but there isn’t a map that lets you get there easily. This allows you an up close and personal look—an insider’s view—into our campus and its creativity that you can’t get anywhere else.”
All Carnegie Mellon undergrads engaged in research and creative projects are encouraged to apply.