Projects Seeking Volunteers
Campus Rainworks: Help us develop a rainwater collection system for use on GT’s campus in order to reduce the use of fresh water, which is a rapidly depleting resource in the world today. We will be designing and building this system, and competing in the EPA Challenge below. More information about the challenge: http://water.epa.gov/
Complete guidelines about the competition and how to enter: Campus Rainworks – ESW
Project Contact: Heyinn Rho
Solar Kiosk: Help us further upgrade our solar-powered kiosk to increase power and charge storage. We are also looking to develop a business model around the kiosk to be used on Tech’s campus. Our solar kiosk team is looking for new members to help perfect the design for our Earth Day showcase! This is a great way to get more involved with ESW and a great way to learn more about solar powered technologies and how they impact and help the world around us.
Project Contact: Noor Shaikh
High School ASME: To motivate high school students to become involved in energy sustainability and engineering through a fun engineering activity. Come share your college experience at Georgia Tech with high school students! This is a one-day activity typically held in the early weeks of April. There will be a discussion time where you get to interact with the high school students in small groups in addition to a building event competition.
Project Contact: Grace Brosofsky
Electricity Generating Door
Brand new project! Help us get it started by creating a device to harness electricity from opening and closing a door. We hope to design, create, and install it in the Student Center this semester!
Project Contact: Johnny
Any New Project ideas? Are you interested in an area of Sustainability (water, energy, waste, shelter, and more) but don’t have a specific idea?
Project Manager Contact: Raymond Chester