After second-year student Amy Guan logs in to her server and runs her reaction through a chemical
algorithm, she has a few hours to kill before she can populate her data. But between being HOPE’s social
media coordinator and volunteering to teach children engineering, she can easily fill the time.
“She is the most hardworking person I’ve ever met,” second-year student Jennifer Huang said. “She is
where she is now because she works hard.”
Amy’s hard work led her to be named as a 2021 Regeneron Science Talent Search Finalist, formerly
known as the Intel Science Talent Search. Amy was among 40 high school seniors nationally to be
selected for this honor and only one of five Texas students. Amy was awarded with a $25,000 scholarship.
Amy worked with UNT’s Regents Professor of Chemistry Dr. Thomas Cundari in his computational
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