Student Innovation @ the U 2019 Credits

“Student Innovation at the U” is an annual publication celebrating student innovation and impact at the University of Utah. A digital version is available at lassonde.utah.edu/studentinnovation2019. This publication is produced by the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute, an interdisciplinary division of the David Eccles School of Business and the hub for student entrepreneurs and innovators at the U. Learn about the Lassonde Institute at lassonde.utah.edu.

This publication is managed by staff at the Lassonde Institute, including:

  • Troy D’Ambrosio — executive director, Lassonde Institute; assistant dean, David Eccles School of Business
  • Kathy Hajeb — director, Lassonde Institute; assistant professor (lecturer), David Eccles School of Business
  • Thad Kelling — marketing director, Lassonde Institute

Contact Us

Have a question? Want copies? Want to nominate a student to be featured in the next edition? Or want to be a contributor? We want to hear from you! Contact editor Thad Kelling at thad.kelling@utah.edu or 801-587-8811 or contact the Lassonde Institute at lassonde@utah.edu or 801-587-3836.

Student Contributors

Jacqueline Mumford, assistant editor and writer (BS Accounting, HBA Political Science, 2020) — Jacqueline is a double major in her junior year. When she’s not studying, she loves to write for both “The Daily Utah Chronicle” and Lassonde. After graduation, she plans to work in government accounting while studying the relationship between business and politics. Twitter: @jacqmumford.

Cailey Rohovit, assistant editor, writer and photographer (BS Communications, 2022) — Cailey is an undergraduate student at the University of Utah studying communications, design and psychology. In addition to her passion for editing, Cailey also enjoys making art in the forms of music, painting and creative writing. LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/cailey-rohovit-77813a17a.

Julia Dominesey, writer and photographer (BS/MS Mechanical Engineering, 2022) — Julia is the chair of skills programming at Lassonde as well as a freelance writer for the Lassonde Institute. When she is not studying, working or in her research lab, you can find her climbing, hiking, rafting or skiing! Instagram: @jules.dom.

Josh Petersen, contributor (BA English and Psychology, 2020) — Josh is an English and psychology major in his junior year. He is a writer and editor at “The Daily Utah Chronicle” and has contributed to “Draper Lifestyle magazine.” You can follow him on Twitter @JoshPetersen7, where he yells about politics and pop culture.

Camille Bagnani, photographer (BS Entrepreneurship, 2021) — Whether looking for the best pizza in town or improving skills as a videographer at the Lassonde Institute, Camille is dedicated to working hard. Ultimately, Camille dreams of unifying her love for the arts with entrepreneurship. Instagram: @camillebagnani.

Taren Rohovit, photographer (BS Psychology, 2020) — Taren is studying psychology, computer science and cognitive science. After completing his degree, he plans to pursue a Ph.D. in cognitive psychology. In addition to his academics, Taren has a passion for the arts, which he explores through many different mediums. LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/taren-rohovit-047654139.

Connor Guldner, photographer (BFA Film and Media Arts, 2020) — Connor is a film major in his third year at the University of Utah. With a minor in parks recreation and tourism management, Connor hopes to graduate in 2020 and move on to combine the two disciplines and make a career in outdoor adventure videography and photography. Web: cguldner.com.

Adam Draheim, writer (BA Computer Science, Math Minor) — Adam is a University of Utah student majoring in computer science with an EAE emphasis. His main interest is procedural-content generation in games, and he enjoys playing chess in his free time. LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/adam-draheim-b8b730150.

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Find this article and a lot more in the 2019 “Student Innovation @ the U” report. The publication is presented by the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute to celebrate student innovators, change-makers and entrepreneurs.

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