FSE 104: EPICS Gold I
About EPICS Gold I
EPICS Gold I focuses on human-centered design, the entrepreneurial mindset and prototyping deliverables. FSE 104 is a 1 credit course that is open to all undergraduate Freshman- Senior students.
EPICS FSE 104 is targeted at all students Freshman- Seniors, that are committed to design, build and implement solutions that add value to community organizations.
Students are asked to add courses based on projects, times, and locations available. Upon adding a course, additional required nightly team meetings are Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday 6-8pm that are selected as a lab section.
NASA’s PSYCE Mission/Mobile Sensors
Assist NASA’s PSYCHE mission to create hands-on activities to demonstrate mission technology, or develop portable sensors to collect environmental data relating to health.
Gillespie: Monday 10:45 -11:45am, Tempe (Class #24999)
Sustainability Mobile Sensors Project
Student teams will work to develop mobile sensors to collect environmental data in local communities for various health-related concerns.
Loughman: Monday, 3:05-4:50pm, Polytechnic (Class #25002)
Childpool Safety Project
Teams will work with a local healthcare provider to develop innovative solutions for childhood pool safety.
Gillespie: Monday, 4:10-5:00pm, Tempe (Class #24998)
Teams will work with a local non-profit in construction/demolition material reuse.
Schoepf: Tuesday, 10:30–11:20 am, Tempe (Class #25000)
Arcosanti Urban Project
Teams will work with Arcosanti, an urban laboratory, to develop sustainability and community development solutions to reduce human footprint.
Loughman: Tuesday, noon–12:50 pm, Tempe (Class #24997)
Phoenix Zoo Project
Teams will work with the Phoenix Zoo to develop interactive components to add to existing exhibits which promote visitor and animal interactions.
Schoepf: Wednesday, 11:50 am–12:40 pm, Tempe (Class #25001)