Pete Schwartz, Cal Poly Physics:, Pete’s Webpage: firstname.lastname@example.org Office hours: M(10:10), T(2:10), W(1:10), Th(10:10), F(11:10)
Steph Fellows, Project Director, Journeyman International: email@example.com
Please see the links below to the possible projects. During your projects, you will develop a new webpage and move the information to this new page. For more information, please see some of the links below and read over the projects from last year’s class: Design 2014, the theoretical class from last fall, Development, Fall 2014, and from earlier years on the Appropriate Technology Website. You are welcome to build off old projects, and to start new projects yourself.
Don’t Throw Anything Away! and long your week long saga on our Self Intervention Webpage
|Link to webpage||Description of the topic||Student Email|
|Solar Concentrators||Using Earth and natural materials to make a concentrating mirror.||Rafael Salinas
Yakov Suvorov (!!!)
|Natural Building||Compressing natural waste material into a brick that could be used for building.||Alejandro Lopez
|Pacific Island Digital Library||Prof. Laura Hosman (firstname.lastname@example.org) is working on developing a Solar Powered Digital Library All-in-One kit that will be distributed to 50 primary schools across the Pacific Islands in the coming year. The goal is to help improve the quality of education, access to information, and Internet-readiness-skills in these rural, remote schools. She needs your help with realizing this project, and more specifically, with developing the prototype of the all-in-one kit.
After becoming familiar with the project, this student team will:
This project will build upon the efforts of the UNIV 391 team’s work in the previous quarter (Fall 2014).
|Birth Control||See Malawi family planning from Fall 2014. Could we design a simple, inexpensive IUD? Are there other birth control technologies that might be better to work toward?||Summer Schlageter
|Composting Toilet||Want to build a composting toilet for the Student Experimental farm? We need a good design and some implementation. See “sanitation” from Fall 2014||Aydee Melgar