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Domestic Projects

  1. Tech4Community:  Operation in Columbus, Ohio, where engineers and social workers work together (i) with the poor and homeless to help meet their technology needs, and (ii) to provide technology services to the support system (e.g., shelters or food pantries) for people who are poor. This is an ECOS project.

  2. ECOS projects (e.g., computer education for senior citizens, wheel chair ramps, Ask-a-Buckeye STEM question hotline for K-12, rain garden construction, apps)

  3. SEO projects (e.g., solar-powered food cart, K-12 outreach, solar picnic tables)

  4. ESW projects (e.g. STEM after-school programs, Friends of the Lower Olentangy Watershed projects, etc.)

  5. "weCAR": Humanitarian Engineering - CAR Partnership (Center for Automotive Research): Project to collaborate (hence the "we" since we will involve not only OSU students, but also persons from disadvantaged neighborhoods in Columbus and the developing world) to design low-cost non-polluting transportation.  Contact project leader Lisa Fiorentini.

  6. "Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics" (STEM) reachout to area grade schools and high schools (K-12) by Betty Lise Anderson, click here and see also information at:  weLab: Low-cost engineering laboratory project for international STEM Outreach.  

  7. College of Engineering K-12 STEM Outreach program, managed by Howard Greene.

  8. Assistive Technology of Ohio: Provide adaptive toys and refurbished computers to physically disabled persons. Contact William Darling.