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(AE, M.Eng. MAE 4th Year)

Rosemary Johnson’s Camras Scholars interview as a high school senior turned out to be even more important than she bargained for. Not only did she receive the scholarship, securing herself full...

(BME ’10, Ph.D. BME ’15)

Chris Osswald is in his seventh year at ClearPoint Neuro, but he only recently learned that when he first started working at the company it was barely holding on, not sure how they were going to keep...

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(PSYC ’14)

For Tim Carsel, who grew up in the Bloomington, Illinois, and Normal, Illinois, area—the twin cities are often referred to as Bloomington-Normal—in a blue-collar family, the possibility of working for...

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(M.S. CS ’21)

Bo Zhu was working 11 hours a day, six days a week, as a Java developer when he was looking for opportunities to expand relevant professional knowledge, which proved tricky during a global pandemic...

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(BIOL/PSYS ’22)

Joyce Gu has a lot to celebrate. The recent biology and psychological science alumna enrolled in an early acceptance program with Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, located in Greensburg...

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(CS ’02)

As the chief health and innovation officer at Commure, health care's first intelligent operating system built to accelerate empathetic innovation and reimagine care delivery, Saurabha Bhatnagar, M.D...

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(ITM, M.A.S. CYF ’22)

Sofia Martinez says she wants to help people in any capacity that she can, which is why she enrolled in the Master of Cyber Forensics and Security program at Illinois Institute of Technology. “I’d...

(ITM, M.A.S. CYF 5th Year)

Anthea Gonzalez says she treasures her time as an M. A. and Lila Self Leadership Academy scholar the most out of all her Illinois Tech experiences. The academy presents numerous opportunities to...

(Ph.D. CS ’06)

A call from the Federal Communications Commission interrupted Eric Burger’s career in research and development and academia to become the Chief Technical Officer of the Federal Communications...

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