Ginjupalli Presents at NACCU Conference

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CHIP master's student Jyothsna Ginjupalli

CHIP Master's student Jyothsna Ginjupalli recently had the opportunity represent UNC Chapel Hill on a student panel focused on Mobile Credentials at the 2024 National Association of Campus Card Users (NACCU) Conference.   The NACCU is dedicated to administrators managing campus identification programs in higher education.  Ginjupalli works as a data analyst intern in the one card office on UNC Chapel Hill, which has allowed her to apply some of the data analysis and visualization skills learned in the classroom to her work.  The conference provided a valuable opportunity to learn more about campus identification programs, network with industry professionals, and share her insight as a student using mobile credentials.  The panel explore a range of topics, including digital expectations, student experience, improvements in convenience on campus and more.  The panel was very well-received by attendees.  Ginjupalli's experience working with the campus identification program at UNC, along with her pursuit of her degree in health informatics and familiarity with how technology can make a significant impact on efficiency and experience, allowed her to contribute a unique perspective to panel.