Bridging the global divide with sustainable and collaborative solutions
GlobalResolve, a program in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, began in 2006 by helping provide clean water in a Ghanaian village and today consists of partners and projects ranging from prosthetic limbs to improved crop production in 10 countries in Asia, Africa and North and South America.
Startup Labs provides students with ample room to dream big, new ideas and create plans to make those ideas happen.
Covered from floor to ceiling in whiteboards, the space also allows students the room and tools they need to prototype and build creative projects and features equipment that includes a ShopBot 3D wood router, Epilog Laser engraver, 3D printers, a vinyl cutter, and a variety of hand tools, among other equipment. A safety and training program educates users on how to utilize equipment.