Call 480-727-1585 to schedule an appointment. Arizona State University implemented the program in 2009 and participation has grown each year. Graduating seniors, alumni and faculty of ABET-accredited engineering programs are invited to participate. if you would like to request an override to enroll in the EPICS online course. Our students aren’t waiting to graduate to make a difference — they are tackling real-world problems today. Online EPICS will consist of 2 semesters of FSE 494. Students present their eProjects at the bi-annual eProjects eForum and Innovation Showcase.

Two projects especially stand out. A Presentation on Technology-enabled, Rapid-Response Fresh Food Supply Chains: taking advantage of the new market conditions, Algae engineering: stepping stone to sustainable solutions, Putting people into the engineering equation, MORE program funds research for master’s students, Storytelling robots set to provide dementia relief. Contact Administration: 480-727-1177, Public Service and Teams design, build and deploy systems to solve engineering-based problems for charities, schools and other not-for-profit organizations. Engineering students need practical, hands-on experience before entering the workforce. Interested? Teams design, build and deploy systems to solve engineering-based problems for charities, schools and other not-for-profit organizations. Community Solutions, Research-focused workshop for undergraduates with disabilities in computing fields. Email EPICS Coordinator, Brittany Martin, at Britt.Martin@asu.edu. Students develop project management, teamwork and communication skills while applying newly acquired knowledge, giving them the best workplace experience available in a university environment. EPICS was founded at Purdue University in 1995 to bring these two groups together in a mutually beneficial way. Our students aren’t waiting to graduate to make a difference — they are tackling real-world problems today. We hope to see you this Fall! It is expected that participants will work as a team to ultimately deliver a solution to the local community partner. Capstones are an integrative experience specific to senior-level students who are fulfilling credit requirements and building on prior knowledge. Tackling real-world problems requires students to learn how society and technology interact. At ASU we believe that our student population of more than 80,000 can make a significant impact in the local and global community. The Engineering Projects in Community Service program, known as EPICS, is a national award-winning social entrepreneurship program. In turn, the industry partner receives full access to all project outcomes and results. We offer high quality engineering education programs for K-12 teachers and students year-round. Weekly instructional material through video lectures would cover the basics of human-centered design and teams will work to complete assignments that require documentation for each phase of the design process. Using a service-learning model, project assignments for the EPICS sequence of classes give students the skills they need to be successful. Online students will be able to work with their team, faculty and industry mentors virtually throughout the semester to build, design and deploy their engineering solutions for a local community partner. How it WorksEach eProject involves four to eight students who work together in an interdisciplinary team for either a semester or academic year, depending on the complexity of the project. The second semester (Spring 2019) will focus on detailed design and delivery. Email faculty member Jared Schoepf, jjschoep@asu.edu, if you would like to request an override to enroll in the EPICS online course.

Weekly instructional material through video lectures would cover the basics of human-centered design and teams will work to complete assignments that require documentation for each phase of the design process.

Community organizations need technical expertise. by Monique Clement | May 7, 2019 | Opportunities |. Register to participate in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Professional Ethics Induction Ceremonies, November 17 and 19, Sign up to participate in the next Devils Invent: ASU/Devex, November 13–15, New resources for School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering for online students, Fulton Schools Tutoring Centers virtual tutoring, study group and online workshops and review sessions, Always in learning mode — Betty’s Career Tip, Attend Fulton Diversity Difference Series workshops, Join us for Devils Invent: Drone Defense, October 23–25, Learn about graphic information technology careers with the GIT Industry Panel Discussion, NAE Grand Challenges for Engineering Speaker Series: A Coming Greenwar, September 22, Get ready for the Fall 2020 Fulton Schools Online Career Fairs, September 15–16 and October 2. In the first course (Fall 2018), two teams of up to five students would work with a community partner local to the Tempe, Arizona, area to assess their needs, research the scope of the problem and propose engineering solutions. EPICS focuses on project feasibility and planning; EPICS II focuses on the design and build process; and EPICS III provides an additional senior design capstone experience and is taken in addition to the senior capstone design course. Through the eProjects program, industry partners have the opportunity to engage with us in a mutually beneficial relationship. Challenges defined by industry partners are solved through the diligence of student teams working under the expertise of faculty members. The city, community residents, ASU students, faculty and staff worked on a total of nine different projects. Engineering Projects in Community Service or EPICS projects and eProjects share many similar features. Our students aren’t waiting to graduate to make a difference — they are tackling real-world problems today. The industry partner commits to funding the project for materials, equipment and other expenses incurred by the project. Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) is a social entrepreneurship program housed in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.