UTC Student Researchers

Graduate students from the UIC colleges of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, Engineering and others work closely with UTC research staff and affiliated faculty to provide creative solutions to the complicated transportation challenges addressed in research projects. This level of real-word experience gives students an opportunity to hone skills learned in the classroom and apply that knowledge to modern transportation research. Upon graduation, UTC student researchers are better prepared to lead and excel in the workplace.

UTC Research Assistants

 

Shazal Afraaz
Master’s Candidate, College of Engineering
snolas3@uic.edu

Eric Boria
Master’s Candidate, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs
eboria2@uic.edu

Lucy Chen
Master’s Candidate, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs
lychen3@uic.edu

Elizabeth DeChant
Master’s Candidate, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs
edecha2@uic.edu

Krupa Gajjar
Master’s Candidate, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs
kgajja3@uic.edu

Sarah Geinosky
Master’s Candidate, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs
geinosk1@uic.edu

Em Hall
Ph.D. Student, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs
ehall22@uic.edu

Amy Hofstra
Ph.D. Candidate, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs
ahofst3@uic.edu

Jessica Jones
Master’s Candidate, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs
jjone41@uic.edu

Peter Kersten
Master’s Candidate, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs
pkerst2@uic.edu

Michael McCarthy
Master’s Candidate, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs
mccrthy3@uic.edu

Anton Rozhkov
PhD. Candidate, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs
arozhk2@uic.edu

Jaeyong Shin
PhD Candidate, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs
Jshin75@uic.edu

Undergraduate Assistant

Herbert Nuwagaba
College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs
hnuwag2@uic.edu