In the News
Become one of the U of I Tech Volunteers at Clark-Lindsey Village — a retirement community located just south of campus.
Mikaela Frechette, a master’s student in Kinesiology and Community Health, along with Widya Ramadhani, a Ph.D. student in the School of Architecture, and Thierry Guigma, a Ph.D. student in Health and Medical Informatics, developed an innovative form of fall prevention technology — winning cash prizes in both the AARP Tech Nest competetition, and the Health Make-A-Thon competition.
Read the full story on the College of Applied Health Sciences website.
This year Informatics has selected a total of 11 students to work with 10 mentors on a variety of projects from across campus.
The CUC Fab Lab was featured in an April 25, 2016 article in the Daily
Informatics PhD Students, presented their educational interactive system for learning Tai Chi at the EPSY/ INFO 590 Open House and Demo Day, on May 6, 2015 in the IDEALL Lab.
Informatics and Art Education are collaborating on a new course this fall to be taught out of the CU Community Fab Lab on campus!