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Students play matchmaker to promote water reuse (ASU News)
In partnership with CH2M HILL and Intel, ASU researchers are working on a program called WaterMatch which uses social networking and geospatial mapping to connect water generators with water users. Taylor Ketchum, a junior in chemical engineering, is one of the student workers contributing to the program.

Legacy Scholarship recipients follow in family footsteps to attend ASU (ASU News)
J. Gage Buness, a freshman in biomedical engineering, and Brett Gadberry, a sophomore in chemical engineering are among the 11 Legacy Scholarship awardees for the 2013-2014 school year.

Globe-trotting engineer supports students and workplace safety (MIT News Magazine)
Missy Brost, who holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from ASU, is now a senior manager for Boeing Research and Technology in ergonomics and safety development.

Top 10 stories of summer 2013 (ASU News—photo gallery)
Stories include the Flexible Electronics and Display Center, where researchers manufactured the world’s largest flexible color organic light emitting display prototype, and Marco Santello, director and professor, School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, who was awarded a grant to advance research aimed at improving diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome.

Former ASU standout Ryan Whiting snags silver in shot put at World Championships (
Civil engineering graduate Ryan Whiting won his first World Outdoor medal Friday, taking silver in shot put at the World Track Championships in Moscow.

ASU grad student among finalists for prestigious Entrepreneur award (Phoenix Business Journal)
Graduate student Jared Schoepf, co-founder of SafeSIPP, a student-led startup trying to solve contaminated drinking water problems in developing countries, has been named a top five finalist in Entrepreneur magazine’s College Entrepreneur of the Year Competition.

A year later, immigrants face DREAM Act’s limits (USA Today)
Mechanical engineering graduate Jose Patino remembers the excitement and faces the challenges of the DREAM Act.



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