ASU team wins second place award at Intel-Cornell Cup competition
A Fulton Schools student team earned second place at the Intel-Cornell Cup, a college-level embedded design competition. Vageesh Bhasin, a graduate student in computer science, Sami Mian, a computer systems engineering major, and David Ingraham, a mechanical engineering major, entered the competition with the Airborne Disaster Relief Assistant (ADRA) project, a semi-autonomous system that uses quadcopters to help locate a victim, provide GPS location to rescue personnel for quick response, and deliver important packages such as first aid kits, food rations and communication aids to victims. Read on Full Circle

Luz Osuna: Reaching forward, giving back
Recent alumna Luz Osuna is giving back to the school and student organizations that have helped her to reach her career goals. Osuna attributes her successful transition from an engineering student to an engineering professional to her experiences in student organizations during her years in the Fulton Schools of Engineering. Now that she is in a position to give back she thinks it is important to do so. “Whether you’re donating time or money, any contribution an alumnus can make will help the next generation of engineers reach their goals,” said Osuna. Read on Full Circle

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