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==Side Project==
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[[BME377T:Projects/Community|Here]] is our discussion of possible class-wide side projects.
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To be completed before spring break:
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==Proposal & Social Awareness==
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#Short proposal: What you're addressing and why (groups present in class in any form you feel necessary (power point, charts, posters, video, etc).  
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#Short proposal: What you're addressing and why (groups present in class in any form you feel necessary (power point, charts, posters, etc).  
#Social Awareness project: How you're going to present and explain (creating awareness) your issue as well as mobilize change (could be in the form of advertisement, rally speech, film, 1st chapter + cover of a book, newspaper/magazine spread, etc). Use your imagination!
#Social Awareness project: How you're going to present and explain (creating awareness) your issue as well as mobilize change (could be in the form of advertisement, rally speech, film, 1st chapter + cover of a book, newspaper/magazine spread, etc). Use your imagination!
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To be completed after spring break:
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==Think Tank==
#Think Tank project: how you're going to approach "solving" the issue; 4-5 page proposal written for a relevant audience (i.e. letter to Congress, policy reform proposal, design for prototype/invention, etc.) The length, format, and content of your proposal will depend on your audience.  
#Think Tank project: how you're going to approach "solving" the issue; 4-5 page proposal written for a relevant audience (i.e. letter to Congress, policy reform proposal, design for prototype/invention, etc.) The length, format, and content of your proposal will depend on your audience.  
#*"solving" not necessarily how to completely eliminate the problem, but how do we improve the lives of those who are affected?
#*"solving" not necessarily how to completely eliminate the problem, but how do we improve the lives of those who are affected?
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BME377T: Social Entrepreneurship & Engineering

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Side Project

Here is our discussion of possible class-wide side projects.

Proposal & Social Awareness

Topics

  1. Short proposal: What you're addressing and why (groups present in class in any form you feel necessary (power point, charts, posters, etc).
  2. Social Awareness project: How you're going to present and explain (creating awareness) your issue as well as mobilize change (could be in the form of advertisement, rally speech, film, 1st chapter + cover of a book, newspaper/magazine spread, etc). Use your imagination!

Think Tank

  1. Think Tank project: how you're going to approach "solving" the issue; 4-5 page proposal written for a relevant audience (i.e. letter to Congress, policy reform proposal, design for prototype/invention, etc.) The length, format, and content of your proposal will depend on your audience.
    • "solving" not necessarily how to completely eliminate the problem, but how do we improve the lives of those who are affected?
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