Shuyu Chang selected for a UIC Provost’s Graduate Research Award

Shuyu Chang at a conference along with a graphic of her research on Chesapeake Legacies

Shuyu Chang is a first year PhD student working with Prof. Kim Van Meter on ecohydrology.  Shuyu uses computational modeling to better understand watersheds.  The UIC Provost's Graduate Research Award provides $5000 to support multidisciplinary scholarship and provides a way for students early in their studies to develop new research directions for their PhD dissertations or terminal degree thesis/capstone project. This seed funding helps students to develop stronger applications for funding from external sources.

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