Last weekend, Concordia University Chicago undergraduate students participated in the Associated Colleges of the Chicago Area (ACCA) Student Symposium. The annual symposium, which took place virtually via Microsoft Teams this year, provides a unique opportunity for undergraduate students to showcase their research in the sciences, business, humanities and social sciences.
The Concordia-Chicago students who presented their research are:
- Vasil Bisheku, "Design and Implementation of a Personal Healthcare App called MedFrame"
- Marcos Duran, "Design and Implementation of a Student Organizer App called NotifyMe"
- Richard Herrera, "E Vet App"
- Salam Hussein, "Design and Implementation of a Disability-Friendly App called Daily Thriving"
- Angela Jahiri, "Design and Implementation of a Road Trip Financial Management App called Road Trip Budget"
- Michael Preston, "MediSupply"
- Jacob Stec, "Design and Implementation of an Encryption App called Veiled"
- Eric Tapia, "Design and Implementation of a Social Messaging App called Heya"
- Karlee Knight, "Assessing Factors Contributing to Zoonotic Spillover Events and the Possibility of Prevention and Prediction"
Associated Colleges of the Chicago Area is a consortium of 15 private liberal arts colleges that was formed in 1966, governed by a Board of Directors composed of the academic deans and/or chief academic officers of the member institutions. ACCA’s primary objective is to promote collegiate education in biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, physics, psychology, sociology/anthropology, and business/economics by stimulating and regularizing cooperative arrangements between the member colleges and universities and government laboratories and other educational institutions in the use of staff and facilities.