Robot car steers engineering students’ future (State Press)
Born of a stripped down remote control car and the minds of computer engineering graduate students Edward Andert and Roger Dolan, Cosmo is a robot car that began as a class project but quickly became a valuable business venture.

Student’s energy powers research, athletics (ASU News – video)
Natasa Vulic is helping improve the efficiency of solar cells to meet future energy demand.She began her research in ASU’s Solar Power Lab as an undergraduate in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering and Barrett, The Honors College and is continuing as a graduate student. Her outlet from all that mental work is running up to 90 miles per week as a Sun Devil athlete on the cross-country team.

ASU names 2013 Spirit of Service Scholars (ASU News)
Amy Umaretiya, junior in civil and environmental engineering, is among the 16 students honored for their dedication to public service and for embracing the challenge of creating and preserving public goods.

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