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CE3 Current Projects
Engineering Summer Camp: This is a combination of overnight and day engineering camp for Texas high school students. The support for this program is provided by Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Halliburton, Union Pacific, HEB and Somerset School District. It provides scholarship and resources for the summer camp.
Healthy Frio: A rural community partnership to advance Latino obesity research. Support by National Institute of Health (R01 grant). The PI is Dr. David Akopian, firstname.lastname@example.org, from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The Co-PI is Dr. Zenong Yin from College of Education and Human Development
ICORPS: Fast deployment service for automated business-to-client interactive messaging. A sub-contact by the University of Texas at Austin under an NSF prime grant. The PI is Dr. David Akopian from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
University Core Course: The Center has created a university wide core course entitled “The Impact of Modern Technologies on Society”. The course (designated as EGR 1343) is designed as a 3-hour credit lecture that can fulfill the core curriculum Social and Behavioral Science area requirement. The aim is to foster understanding of the modern technologies and their effect on today’s society. The course will be a technology and energy awareness course for students who are registered in disciplines that have no technology or science related courses in their curriculum.
Math Tutoring for Engineering Students: The Center provides tutoring sessions, conducted by engineering Teaching Assistants, for the engineering students in the calculus courses. Overall, tutoring has improved the math grades for engineering students
|Mehdi Shadaram, Ph.D. Center Director