Meet people interested in solving real-world problems and work together to find those solutions during the College of Science and Mathematics’ Innovation Weekend November 15–17 on the second floor of the Student Success Center.
This semester’s theme is Developing Technology for Independent Living. Your team will consider the following problem, formulate solutions, pitch your ideas to regional experts, and perhaps even win a cash prize!
- As the population ages, who will care for the elderly on a daily basis?
- What can we do to help individuals with special needs or physical restrictions?
- Today’s mobile society separates caregivers from those who depend on them. How can technology help improve the situation and provide independence?
Join us November 15-17 to make a difference by addressing these issues with other students and with the help of regional experts in the field. Bring your own team, or form a team at the event based on your interest and skills. Students from all majors are welcome. Breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided.
This event is sponsored by Leidos.