Ohio State undergraduates chosen as Millennium Fellows to advance UN sustainability goals

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Students at The Ohio State University are using artificial intelligence to solve systemic discrepancies in access to health care.

Selected as 2023 Millennium Fellows, 11 undergraduates joined a prestigious international leadership development initiative offered by the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) and the Millennium Campus Network (MCN). Millennium Fellows participate in a semester-long program to improve organizational abilities, partnership building and community impact skills while working on a sustainable development-related project.

Daniel Tcheurekdjian, a sophomore theoretical physics and math honors student from Shaker Heights, Ohio, founded the startup Aleph Innovations to help improve patient health care access in everything from appointment scheduling to insurance authorization. With the Millennium Fellowship, he found an international community and podium to help advance his dream. He’s now a campus co-director for the Millennium Fellowship project.

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