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ASU professor works to revamp African education (State Press)
Engineering professor Terry Alford, School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy, is working closely with students and professors in Africa to raise the quality of life and education on the continent.

Getting to the heart of the matter (ASU Magazine)
David Frakes, assistant professor in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, is leading a new venture called Heart In Your Hand which focuses on creating precise physical models replicating a range of anatomical conditions that can impair heart function.

Mesa Sunshine Acres children’s home moves closer to total solar power (East Valley Tribune)
Sage Lopez, a recent graduate of the Solar Energy Engineering and Commercialization program, aided Sunshine Acres in their move to solar power.

ASU students’ FlashFood initiative (Channel 10 News)
The EPICS-spawned engineering student team FlashFood – winner of the Microsoft Imagine Cup U.S. Finals – was again in the news. (entry #6 on the list)

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