The EPICS (Engineering Projects in Community Service) Pizza Party and Student Presentations will be held in the Convocation Room on Monday, May 7 at 12 p.m. Students from three teams will present the projects that they have been working on all semester (and in some cases, all year). The event is open to all undergraduates as well as graduates interested in being AI next fall and spring.
EGR 250/251, 350/351, 450/451 (EPICS) is an experiential project-based learning course. Partner with non-profit community organizations to address their technology-based needs. Undergraduates of all majors can enroll in this exciting hands-on course!
At the start of the semester, students select one of three projects:
- Sustainable Buildings (Professor Winston Soboyejo)
- The Time Team (Professor Michael Littman)
- Power in a Box (Professors Catherine Peters and Elie Bou-Zeid)
Each team then decides upon a mutually convenient meeting time. Teams will meet and work throughout the academic year. Students must enroll in the 2-course sequence, e.g., EGR 250 and EGR 251, to receive full credit and grade for the EPICS course (either Fall/Spring or Spring/Fall). Freshmen and sophomores enroll in 250 & 251, juniors in 350 & 351, and seniors in 450 & 451, respectively.
Visit the EPICS page for more info!