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PROJECTS

During the school year, PInT members have the opportunity to join student-led teams to work on various semester-long PIT projects. These projects help students gain interdisciplinary skills and real world experience in fields such as education, mechanical engineering, software engineering, user-oriented design, and more.

Recent Projects

For the 2020-2021 Academic year, PInT members worked on the following projects.​​

PInT’s newest team, Hydroponics, worked on creating systems to grow plants without soil with a goal of eventually supplying the Olin dining hall with plants grown through hydroponics.

HYDROPONICS

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The consulting clinic  worked with 2 Non-profit Partners. One team worked with CultureHouse to design a mobile cart to be used at various pop-ups in the greater Boston area.

MOBILE CART DESIGN

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The Civic Engagement team worked with Olin Professor Sam Michalka to propose a curriculum redesign for the ethics portion of the Olin 1st year required course Quantitative Engineering Analysis (QEA) 1A.

CIVIC
ENGAGEMENT

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The 2nd consulting clinic team worked with Learn 2 Teach, Teach 2 Learn and designed a lesson plan to teach middle schoolers about machine learning.

MACHINE LEARNING LESSON

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The 5 founders of PInT and advisor Professor Erdhart Graeff wrote a collaborative autoethnography paper and presented their research at the 2020 IEEE ISTAS conference

ISTAS
PAPER

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The branding team worked on understanding our club identity and purpose to redesign the PInT logo and create a branding guideline.

PInT BRANDING

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