HumaniTech

Current Projects

HumaniTech is a project based class where students from interdisciplinary majors come together to work on public health and food security problems around the world. 

Creating an Anaerobic Digester and Greenhouse for BSK

We plan to execute environmental projects with the Beverly School, in order to meet the requests of the executive director and president to engage and inspire students in the STEM field.

Project Partners:

School Director & Principal at Beverly School of Kenya

Kenya-Kinangop

Greenhouse
Daily dose of vitamins
Creating Universally Understandable Non-Verbal Healthcare Instructions

To aid with medical management in ambulatory care settings for limited English proficiency patients. ​A digital mobile application that provides patients with information on their prescribed medications in a non-verbal format. 

Project Partners:

Clarkston Community Health Center

Creating a No-Code app For Normalized Crop Pricing in Kenya

Farmers in developing nations, especially rural areas, often sell their crops and agricultural products independently. Barriers in communication between farms such as distance, lack of relationship, and difference in language prevent farmers from accurately assessing the value of their goods.​

Project Partners:

Georgia Tech Research Institute 

Atlanta, GA

Phone App
Hurricane Map
Puerto Rico Disaster Relief

Our objective is to analyze and compile data regarding the impact of hurricanes on Puerto Rico. Based on this data, an interactive map will be created to identify vulnerable communities. 

Project Partners:

Georgia Tech Research Institute 

Atlanta, GA

CURRENT GEORGIA TECH STUDENTS CAN APPLY TO BE IN THIS COURSE THROUGH THE GATECH VIP SITE

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