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Chemical engineering grad wins ASEE national intern of the year award

Recent Ohio State grad Jordan Lucki has been recognized as the 2017 National Intern Student of the Year by the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) – Cooperative and Experiential Education Division. The 2017 chemical engineering graduate received his award at ASEE’s Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration held in San Antonio, Texas, in early February.

Jordan Lucki and Co-op and Internship Program Manager Katy Arenschield of Engineering Career Services.Lucki was honored for his internship with DaVita Medical Group, where he worked on different applications of machine learning and artificial intelligence to increase primary care efficiency and meet population health management needs. While there, he was able to develop three different applications to decrease hospitalizations and increase disease prediction.

“I am very excited about winning this award because it validates much of the hard work I put in throughout my college career,” said Lucki. “All of my different internship experiences have shaped my learning interests and career goals, and my last internship with DaVita Medical Group is a great mix of the technology and healthcare industries where I hope to focus my full-time career.”

Currently Lucki is employed by Accenture as a technology consulting analyst.

The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) is a nonprofit organization of individuals, institutions, and companies dedicated to improving all aspects of engineering education. The Cooperative and Experiential Education Division (CEED) is an ASEE division for professionals in academia, business, industry and government who are specifically interested in and dedicated to the improvement and promotion of experiential learning through cooperative education and other quality work integrated learning programs.  

by Meggie Biss, College of Engineering Communications |