Projects

Our projects range broadly both across the globe and across disciplines. From optimizing ambulance services in Mexico to helping children learn right here at home, our teams work with partner communities to address their needs. 

Spring 2018 Schedule

Below are the meeting times and locations for all Spring 2018 ENG 100L projects. 

Town & Country (Section ID 936483)

Time and Location: Monday 3:00 - 4:50pm in MCGIL 2330 
Undergraduate Adviser: Emily (Tzu Ting) Yang

K-12 STEM Education (Section ID 936485)

Time and Location: Wednesday 11:00am - 12:50pm in PFBH 020
Undergraduate Adviser: Lucy (Lucero) Lopez

Diabeatit (Section ID 936486)

Time and Location: Thursday 4:00 - 5:50 pm in CENTR 202
Undergraduate Adviser: Manali Kulkarni

Baja Solar Water Heater (Section ID 936488)

Time and Location: Monday 6:30 - 8:20pm in MANDE B-152
Undergraduate Adviser: Jordan Coursey

Cruz Roja (Section ID 936489)

Time and Location: Wednesday 4:00 - 5:50pm in YORK 3050B
Undergraduate Adviser: Jordan Coursey

Birch Buddies (Section ID 936490)

Time and Location: Tuesday 2:30 - 4:20pm at the Birch Aquarium 
Undergraduate Adviser: Emily (Tzu Ting) Yang

One Village Philippines (Section ID 936491)

Time and Location: Wednesday 9:00 - 10:50am in Marshall College Room - Price Center
Undergraduate Adviser: Aidin Massoumi

Schoolhouse Solar Ghana (Section ID 936492)

Time and Location: Wednesday 3:00 - 4:50pm in CENTR 206
Undergraduate Adviser: Ishan Timalsina

 

Project Spotlight

Town & Country Learning Center

Partner NGO

The Town and Country Village Learning Center is a community organization located in Southeast San Diego. The Learning Center provides computing facilities, space for homework and study, and various other educational, after-school activities such as cooking, dance, or gardening to children and young adults who live there.

Mission Statement

Students work with the Learning Center at the Town and Country community housing complex to provide imaginative and innovative technological devices, tools, and interfaces to help children expand their horizons.

Solutions

The team designed and implemented the Cyber Fun Bike and is currently working on improving the field-tested prototype. The team is also working on a homework management app, which allows the teacher to track the progress of each student.