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"Service" Images (10)

"2015 Engineering Service-Learning Choluteca"

by Roger Dzwonczyk - Instructor, ENGR 4692.01S

Cameron Duffner ("H") and Charlie Goettler (front r), pictured with their Amigos, devised several passive methods to keep insulin cool in the 100+ deg. Honduran heat. The "PVC tube in the ground" (inset) kept insulin at 85 regardless of ambient temperature. They also built/tested a Zeer pot cooler.

Engineering, Faculty/Staff, Latin America/Caribbean, Service

"O-H-I-O in Tijuana, Mexico, take 2"

by Ana Ramirez - Econ Undergraduate Program Coordinator

Dr. Darcy Hartman's Econ 3900.01s course building homes In Tijuana with Eperanza International.

Current students, Latin America/Caribbean, Service

"2015 Engineering Service-Learning Choluteca"

by Roger Dzwonczyk - Instructor, ENGR 4692.01S

Connor Barber and Teddy Reehorst (standing on r), pictured with several Siete de Mayo, Honduras residents, developed a method to calculate diabetic wound area from pictures and transmit that and other health-related information to a hospital via cell phone technology to improve diabetes management.

Engineering, Faculty/Staff, Latin America/Caribbean, Service

"2015 Engineering Service-Learning Choluteca"

by Roger Dzwonczyk - Instructor, ENGR 4692.01S

(l to r) Monica Mueller, Andrea Paul, Maribel (our Honduran microbiologist partner), Alan Renner and (kneeling) Brandon Renner taking a moment to smile for the camera. The team set up a lab and tested drinking water for E. coli contamination, a common health issue in Honduras.

Engineering, Faculty/Staff, Latin America/Caribbean, Service

"2015 Engineering Service-Learning Haiti"

by Roger Dzwonczyk - Instructor ENGR 5797.16S

Ohio State and American University of the Caribbean (AUC) students installed a 1.7kW solar electric system (solar panels are seen in background) at a K-8 school in Fauge, Haiti during spring break. The students not only collaborated on the project but also in demonstrating their school spirit.

Current students, Engineering, Faculty/Staff, Latin America/Caribbean, Service

"O-H-I-O Mexico Style "

by Shaytell Furman - I graduated from THE Ohio State University 's College of Social Work this past May

A group of current students and alumni showing their Buckeye spirit in front of Cerro del Muerto in Aguascalientes Mexico where they served at an orphanage during spring break.

Alumni, Current students, Latin America/Caribbean, Service

"Buckiserv NJ goes to NYC"

by Holly

Uploaded via iPhone Application.

Service

"O-H-I-O From Honduras"

by Clare - Pharmacy Student

PODEMOS pharmacy students on a medical brigade in El Progreso, Honduras where we served over 800 patients this Winter 2014

Current students, Latin America/Caribbean, Service

"2014 Engineering Service-Learning Honduras"

by Roger Dzwonczyk - Instructor, ENGR 4692.01S

(l to r, back row) Peter Worley, Scott Valentine, Zach Dombi and Vincent Mazzone. These students designed an fabricated a solar electric system (in the background) for a family in La Bonanza, Honduras in May 2014. The "Crew" in the front row helped with the installation.

Current students, Engineering, Faculty/Staff, Latin America/Caribbean, Service

"2014 Engineering Service-Learning Honduras"

by Roger Dzwonczyk - Instructor, ENGR 4692.01S

(l to r) Matthew Brockman, Daniel George, Marissa McHugh and Nathan Hankins. These students designed and built a human-powered nebulizer to treat patients who suffer from asthma and other respiratory diseases. The insert shows the team treating a patient in La Bonanza, Honduras..

Current students, Engineering, Faculty/Staff, Latin America/Caribbean, Service

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