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Tuesday, July 30 • 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Mission to Engineer: Creating Technology for Children with Disabilities in the Classroom LIMITED

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Due to the absurd price of assistive technology and the lack of insurance coverage, families with children in need of assistive technology often cannot afford it and must get it through different means. In some cases, those families ask STEM students to create them using 3D printers along with other technology. Penn Robotics started an assistive technology initiative called Mission to Engineer to address this unique issue. This presentation will focus on what exactly Mission to Engineer is, how making assistive technology in the class room can benefit a family as well as students in the classroom, and how a teacher can get started on a project like this.


David Simonetti

David is a senior on the robotics team. He's the lead programmer on the team and manages the grant writing process. David plans on going to college for computer sciences. 

Michelle Kwok

Penn-Harris-Madison Sch Corp
Michelle is a upcoming senior at Penn High School. She is involved in the Penn Robotics program as well as other activities such as NHS, Key Club, and Academic Super Bowl. Michelle is planning to study astrophysics along with aerospace engineering in college.

Tuesday July 30, 2019 1:30pm - 2:20pm PDT
Room 105

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