Engineers Week 2020: Support Hopkins Engineering Student Groups!
In celebration of Engineers Week—a national week of recognition for careers in technology and engineering—we are excited to share four current student projects that highlight the talent and creativity of Johns Hopkins engineers.
A gift to any of these projects goes directly to the student group and helps them work towards achieving their goals.
Put JHU DBF in Full Throttle
Design, Build, Fly at JHU is creating a remote-controlled airplane from scratch for an intercollegiate competition hosted by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics this April in Wichita, KS.Support Design, Build, Fly!
Engineering Solutions for San Pablo de Amali
The Engineers Without Borders Ecuador team is dedicated to improving the quality of life in the San Pablo de Amali community in rural Ecuador by designing technical solutions—including bridges, potable water systems, sewage systems, and community spaces—that provide for their basic needs.Support EWB at JHU!
Mini MedHacks is an outreach initiative by MedHacks, an on-campus student organization for medical hackathon. Baltimore City high school students part of MERIT, a pre-health academy, will participate in a one-day simulation of what a hackathon looks like, and learn more about technology in medicine.Support Mini MedHacks!
3D Printing the Future of Patient Care
Health3D is committed to creating customized, 3D printed models of medical devices for pediatric patients. These doll-sized models help children become accustomed to traumatic procedures. This decreases patient anxiety and can save hospital costs by ensuring patients are more comfortable and compliant when it comes to life-saving care.Support Health3D!