A remote-controlled lawn mower designed for a man with quadriplegia and a personal electric vehicle built for a 2-year-old with spina bifida will be part of Grand Valley State University’s Project Day April 19. It is hosted by the Padnos College of Engineering and Computing.
More than 150 students from schools in the Grand Rapids area are expected to attend Project Day to see what Grand Valley students are working on and to expose them to how engineering and computing is relevant to everyday life.
“The Future Looks Bright” Project Day
Thursday, April 19
Kennedy Hall of Engineering
Pew Grand Rapids Campus
Among the nearly 70 projects that will be displayed, others include a multi-terrain walker created for a teenager with cerebral palsy and a mouse maze game that challenges mice to search for cheese.
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