Portable medical clinic designed as ASU student project seeks funding (East Valley Tribune)
G3Box, started as an EPICS project, is working to finance the final stages of their mobile maternity clinic.

Burning Question: Is is ok to heat food in plastic? (The Wall Street Journal)
Research by Rolf Halden, professor, School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment and director of the Center for Environmental Security, examines dangers from heated plastic.

Undergraduates blaze path for research in ASU’s newest facility (ASU News)
Sophomore materials science and engineering student Bethany Smith is one of the undergraduate student researchers working with faculty in ISTB4. Smith works in the lab of Candace Chan, assistant professor in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy.

Recognizing faculty achievement across ASU (ASU News)
David Frakes, assistant professor in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering and the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, was honored with the Defining Edge Research and Creative Work–Innovation award at the 2013 Faculty Excellence Awards ceremony.

Whiting edges defending champ Hoffa in Relays shot-put showcase (KU sports)
News about world shot-put champion and 2010 ASU grad in civil engineering, Ryan Whiting.

Reed-Rhoads wins ASEE Women in Engineering Education award (Texas A& M University)
Teri Reed-Rhoads, who earned a doctoral degree in industrial engineering at ASU, has won a prestigious award from the American Society of Engineering Education.  Reed-Rhodes is the assistant vice chancellor of academic affairs for engineering, assistant dean of academic affairs for the Dwight Look College of Engineering, and associate professor in the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M.

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