Co-Editors in Chief

Audrey DeVault,


Audrey is a senior studying Physics.  In addition to working with CURJ, she serves as the Ricketts Hovse President and as an undergraduate representative to Caltech’s UASH, APC, CUE, and Convocations Committees.  She is an intern at NASA JPL, where she works on exoplanetary atmospheric retrieval strategies for the James Webb Space Telescope. For fun, Audrey enjoys alpine skiing, sailing, and loud music.


Suchitra Dara,

SuchitraSuchitra is a junior studying Bioengineering. Her current research is about the gut-brain connection and how it influences Parkinson’s disease. Outside of CURJ, she is a tutor with Caltech Y’s Rise tutoring program and serves on the Advocacy Committee. In her free time, Suchitra enjoys listening to music, baking, bullet journaling, and making digital art.


Associate Editors

Hannah Chen,


Hannah is a junior studying Applied & Computational Mathematics with a minor in Astrophysics. Currently, her academic and research interests include theoretical CS, computer vision, data science, and biotech. She likes to spend her free time watching television dramas and attempting to hike, paint, bake, and play music.

Stephanie Chen,

IMG_6598Stephanie is a sophomore majoring in mathematics. Aside from CURJ, she is the treasurer for Origami Club and also a member of Math Club, Physics Club, Science Olympiad, and TechLit. Stephanie is a Darb and enjoys reading in her free time.

Laura Lewis,

ID PhotoLaura Lewis is a junior double majoring in mathematics and computer science. Her research interests are centered around quantum computation and theoretical computer science, where she is a researcher at Caltech’s Institute for Quantum Information and Matter (IQIM). In addition to CURJ, she is also the Vice President of the Caltech Archery Club and is involved with the Society of Women Engineers and the Caltech Y’s Rise Tutoring Program.

Ann Zhu,

IMG_6350Ann is a sophomore studying the Biomolecular track of Chemical Engineering. She is currently doing research in engineering ultrasound-detectable probiotic sensors of GI inflammation, and is also active in Rise Tutoring with the Caltech Y and SoCal Science Olympiad. Outside of academics, she spends her time journaling, playing guitar, and spending time with her friends.

Maggie Sui,

Maggie is a junior studying bioengineering. She does research on protein circuits in the Elowitz lab, working on detecting mutations that distinguish cancer and non-cancer genomes. Outside of CURJ, Maggie is also co-editor of Totem, a Hixon peer tutor, and a creative writer. She serves as Lloyd treasurer and ARC At-Large rep.

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