Undergraduate Researchers

Interested in undergraduate research? Check out our resources page (coming soon) about undergraduate research. Contact Dr. Noh by email if you're interested in working with us!

Grant Zeszutek

Chemical Engineering, Penn State (expected graduation Dec. 2023)

Grant is a fourth year student majoring in Chemical Engineering with a minor in Engineering Leadership Development. He is from Pittsburgh, PA. Grant is a recipient of both the Todd R. Reppert Endowed Scholarship in Chemical Engineering and the Weiss Breakthrough Scholarship. On campus, Grant has represented the Penn State Engineering House as the THON Committee Fundraising Chair and as a dancer in THON 2022. Additionally, he has served as the Sophomore Representative and Mentorship Chair for the Penn State chapter of AIChE. Outside of the classroom, Grant has had internship and co-op experiences in the consumer goods and coatings industries with the Kimberly-Clark Corporation and PPG. This summer, he will be interning with the Molson Coors Beverage Company as a Brewery Operations Intern. Post-graduation, Grant is still undecided.

Uriahe DeVore

Chemical Engineering, Penn State (expected graduation May 2024)

Uriahe is a fourth year student majoring in chemical engineering who plans on continuing her education to obtain a PhD in chemical engineering. She works as an Instruction Assistant (IA) for various CHE courses, and is also a member of the CrossFit club, food science club, and the engineering honors society. She is a recipient of the Leonhard, James Donnalley, PSU Student Leadership, and WPGA Scholarships awards. 

Emma Rosko

Chemical Engineering, Penn State (expected graduation May 2024)

Emma is a fourth year student majoring in chemical engineering with a minor in environmental engineering. She is from Elysburg, PA. She is a recipient of the Madden Memorial Scholarship, membership director of the Impact Scholars Program, an Engineering Peer Advisor Leader, and AIChE Primary THON Chair. After graduation, Emma plans to pursue a career in the environmental industry. 

Yuri Jayo

Chemical Engineering, Penn State (expected graduation May 2025)

Abigail Idiculla

Civil Engineering, Penn State (expected graduation May 2024)

Abigail Idiculla will graduate from the Pennsylvania State University Schreyer Honors College with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and minor in Environmental Engineering. From Radnor, PA, Abby solves environmental challenges as PSU’s Engineers Without Borders Project Lead. Before joining Professor Noh’s Lab, Abby participated in Penn State’s Project Drawdown Research Experience for Undergraduates. She investigated the potential impacts of a nuclear microreactor in Nairobi, Kenya with Dr. Melika Sharifironizi. Additionally, Abby works with the MIT Climate and Sustainability Consortium to programmatically design an interactive mapping tool to accelerate carbon capture and storage (CCS) deployment. After earning her Bachelor’s degree, she plans to attend graduate school to research environmental chemistry and innovate climate solutions.

Graduated Members

Daniella DeViccaro

B.S. Chemical Engineering, Penn State (May 2023)