How can we provide asthmatics, doctors, and people who care about them with actionable data on usage?
We started by interviewing paitents and students with asthma. They told us the main issue was figuring out how often they actually take their medicine. This information can help doctors provide more accurate perscriptions.
How can we improve the experience for both children and doctors, of wearing a cast.
Can we make them more hygenic, more fun, more flexible.
Clothing Closet: Social Justice Team
This project was an attempt to help the homeless in the New Haven area.
The team realized that in addition to being a food desert it was also a "clothing desert." With the closing of the Salvation Army earlier that year, there was only one option for free or consignment clothing in New Haven. This was St. Paul and St. James Episcopal Church, also the home of the program Loaves and Fishes.
Our project focuses on improving and understanding mental health problems on campus.