This summer, UConn students gained real-world experience and engaged in cutting-edge research through UConn’s Technology Innovation Program (TIP) Innovation Fellowship Program. The TIP program pairs students with TIP startup companies for summer research fellowships in business or STEM areas, exposing them to new science as well as the business side of a startup.
Aarush Kolli ’25 (PHR) and Chloe Hurme ’24 (PHR), two School of Pharmacy students interested in finding innovative solutions to a variety of health challenges facing society, were among this year’s fellows.
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Keep an eye out for an announcement regarding 2023 applications soon!