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EPICS News

March 14, 2018

Princeton EPICS Students Make Community Impact

EPICS advisor, Professor Michael Littman, and students are ambassadors in the community, solving technology-based problems for local, not-for-profit organizations. Littman and his EPICS team are proud of the role they played with ISLES, a Trenton-based community development organization, that a few years ago saved and redeveloped the historic Mill One on the Trenton-Hamilton border.
March 13, 2018

ASU Students Create a Moon Colony on Campus as Part of Outreach Event

Luna City: 2175 will be a combined art, theater and museum experience that’s based on real research about what an extra-planetary colony would be like 157 years from now. The two-day event will transform the Galvin Playhouse on the Tempe campus of Arizona State University and is free and open to the public. Students earn credit for working on the campus event as part of the Engineering Projects in Community Service program (EPICS), building an aquaponics system that will house both trout and tomatoes to provide food for Luna City
October 4, 2017

ASU EPICS hacks the competition in Moscow hackathon

Though this story contains the words “Russia” and “hack," an Arizona State University student team's recent trip to Moscow had nothing to do with elections or cybersecurity. Rather, it was the students doing the hacking — bringing home first-place finishes in an international hackathon.
July 17, 2017

Purdue EPICS Program Recognized

In recognition of its extraordinary community outreach initiatives, the Purdue EPICS program has been selected a regional winner of the 2017 W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Engagement Scholarship Award.
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