Opportunities for learning about gathering roadway data and autonomous vehicles with this demo Mandli Communications brought to our offices on W. Washington for hands-on learning.
Rita Roloff, Comp Sci Junior, tests out the "Glass Walk," a path of actual broken glass. Like firewalking, this exercise during an industry workshop was designed to empower breakthrough creativity and enhance team bonding.
Two of our interns, biomedical engineering student Catherine Finedore, and computer science student, Rita Roloff, co-developed an experiential program for taking a group of middle school girls from ideation to product development. They also mentored the girls and provided strong role models of successful women in STEM fields. Besides being fun, one of the participants... Continue Reading →
A student team tests out an application for a virtual reality healthcare use case. Bringing students together in a safe place to freely explore ideas and technology is the key to unlocking new ideas.
We had a professional graphic facilitator from a San Francisco, CA-based consulting firm teach students graphic recording skills to capture information and story tell in a more effective and visual way. Mary Finedore, graduate student in neurobiology, and Tayler Nowak, an MBA student, practice the techniques before facilitating an industry session.
Biomedical engineering undergraduate students Connor Sheedy, Kevin Knapp, and Lexi Cheng met with the CEO of Lohman Technologies, makers of AfibAlert, regularly to get feedback while accelerating product development for the medical device startup.
Will Blanchard, a Washington University Computer Science student, is the winner of our Summer Mini-Challenge
We had a great turnout for the Happy Hour @1403 with an array of things to talk about from company-sponsored projects to upcoming events for corporations and opportunities and an ambassador program for students.
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