Neumont University student Mark Journigan keeps busy. The information systems student designed and built a tool to allow administrators to install new operating systems on multiple computers at one time for his Capstone Project. He was invited to show Project Liveware, along with four other students, to present his project to his peers, alumni, and industry partners at Capstone Project Invitational.
In addition to being a dedicated student, Mark has been extremely involved in Neumont University student life. He has been both a Peer Leader and Resident Advisor, positions that allowed him to assist and mentor younger students. He also belongs to Equality Club, where he helped cement the university's participation in Utah's Pride Festival, and Society of Women Engineers. These pursuits gave him the opportunity to attend the Power of One conference in Missoula, Montana.