This is a great story abotu some students who developed a project where they built a device to help people with Cerebral Palsy communicate more easily.
United Cerebral Palsy’s Wabash Valley chapter recognized three Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology students Monday for their work on a device to help an individual with cerebral palsy communicate more easily.
Senior electrical engineering majors Amanda Cochren, Jonathan Picard and Eric Snider received UCP’s annual community service award for their work on a senior-year design project.
They were able to choose from a number of projects, but their goal “was to help an individual with cerebral palsy communicate more easily,” Snider said Monday during an awards presentation.
You can read the full story here at TribStar.com