“At UHart they just give you the tools to start whatever you want,” says Hugo Santana ’16.
He speaks from experience. In just four years, Hugo has taken full advantage of student life on campus. He helped organize and presented during the University’s first TEDx Talk and started his own soccer club. He worked as an ambassador and a tour guide for the University’s Department of International Admission and as a math tutor. He also hosted his own radio show on the student-run radio station. And yes, there’s more— he is working with Akin Tatoglu,
assistant professor of mechanical engineering in the University’s College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture,
to design a device that enables photographers to take clear pictures even when their hands are moving.