Our group took on the GCI challenge presented by Dean Lyon to find sustainability in a world of ubiquitous computing. We found a number of green approaches to accomplishing this goal and researched the advantages and disadvantages of each one. Analyzing our research we have determined which solutions would be viable options to implement on Chapman’s Campus. There are a number of sustainable options to improve Chapman’s relationship with ubiquitous technology including fog computing and telecommuting.
We are pleased to announce our 2nd annual Chapman University Grand Challenges Initiative Outstanding Research Publication Award by a Grand Challenges Initiative Postdoctoral Fellow. The award is supported by alumni of the Grand Challenges Initiative Postdoctoral Teaching and Research Fellows Program. The selection committee, which included Drs. Doug Dechow (chair), Carter Berry (’20), & Cristiano Duarte (’20), evaluated
Grand Challenges Initiative (GCI) students Heather Andrini, Ashley Okhovat, and Sydni Au Hoy (l. to r. above) have been awarded the 2021 Kevin and Tam Ross Undergraduate Research Prize hosted by The Leatherby Libraries. Heather, Ashley, and Sydni started working on their project, “Psychogenic Non-epileptic Seizures Disorder: Treatment after the Diagnostic Odyssey” as the focus of