Project title: Mobile Game Accessibility: A User-Centered Approach for Disabled Gamers
Hana is a PhD student in Technology and Humanities.
Project title: Building equity-focused encounter network in Chicago
Alaittin is a PhD student in Applied Mathematics.
Project title: Spaces: Reviving, Supporting, and Creating Sustainable Social Hubs
Barien is in Biology and Alisha in Computer Science. They are working on this project as a team.
Alek is a CS/AI coterminal student with a minor in finances. He is working as an Associate Fellow with the Gad-Khan team.
Project title: Analysis of the impact of search engines and social media on decision-making
Angela is in Digital Humanities.
Project title: Negative Health Impacts of Environmental Inequality
Deana is in Mechanical Engineering. Natalie is in Computer Science. They are working on this project as a team.
Md Mahmudur Rahman
Caitlin Louise Brown
Project title: An Exploration into the Necessary Transparency Needed in the Recycling Culture
Mahmud is in the Master of Landscape Architecture+Urbanism program, College of Architecture. Caitlin is in the Bachelor of Architecture program, College of Architecture. They are working on this project as a team.
Project title: The Mental Health Care Crisis and its Connections to Other Systems
Mitchell is a Masters student at the Institute of Design.
Project title: Understanding the Motivations of Volunteers Working for Equity in Education
Mary and Tomomi Master of Design Methods students at the Institute of Design. They are working on this project as a team.
Fall 2022 projects supported by College of Computing and Armour College of Engineering.
Project title: Evaluating the effectiveness of web based resources on the mental well being
Ryan and Sean are Computer Science students; Stanley is in Applied Mathematics; Keru is in Biomedical Engineering. These four students are working as a team.
Team member bios
Sean Cummings - Graduating May 2024 Sean is a sophomore studying computer science with a specialization in information security. As a Senator for the Student Government Association and Treasurer of Intinium, he is an active leader on campus. Additionally, Sean is the student advisor for the Cybersecurity Steering Committee at Illinois Tech and works as a TA in the college of computing. In the future, he intends on continuing supervising technology development for startups.
Ryan Manthy - Graduating May 2024 Ryan is a sophomore pursuing a degree in computer science and M.A & Lila Self Leadership Scholarship recipient. He serves as VP of Events for the Student Government Association, Budget Chair of Intinium, and Treasurer of the Machine Learning Club. Outside of school, he is involved as an organizer, where he has served in senior leadership roles on several political campaigns. He has a passion for the intersection of technology and public policy. After university, he aspires to work with social impact startups as a venture capitalist or consultant.
Stanley Nicholson - Graduating May 2023 Stanley is a sophomore studying applied mathematics on a co-terminal degree track. He is a Camras scholar, President of the Machine Learning Club, and Student Researcher. His interdisciplinary research has emphasized machine learning, drug modeling, bridge dynamics, and stochastics. Stanley's long-term plans involve obtaining a PhD in applied mathematics to solve problems in biology and economics.
Project title: Tree canopy coverage: data analytics view of the Persisting Effects of Redlining to Chicago Neighborhoods
Amirreza is a MS student in data science. He is working as an Associate Fellow with Joel Meyer.
Spring 2022 projects supported by the Deans of the following Colleges: Computing, Armour, Architecture, and Department of Applied Mathematics.
Project title: Evidence-Based Strategies: A Study to Improve Diversity and Inclusion in Illinois Higher Education Institutions
Sandy is a Masters student in Public administration and Public Policy.
Project title: Design Justice Within Education
Jati is a PhD student in Architecture.
Fall 2021 projects supported by the Deans of the following Colleges: Computing, Architecture, Lewis.
Congratulations to the inaugural class of SoReMo Fellows!
Spring 2021 Fellowships supported by the Office of the Provost.