King Creativity Symposium 2012
Students who received grants in 2011-2012 from the King Creativity Fund showed off their projects in the Campus Center April 2, 2012. (Photos by Lucas Adams)
Laura Brackney and Stinson Seuser show Joey King their project titled “Instruments for Unequal Temperament.”
Marisol Frausto-Martinez and Tran Le were part of a team that built an automated microorganism detector.
Evan Firth describes the fusion reactor project he did with Vicente Estrada-Carpenter (next photo).
Eric Godat shows Joey King the solar concentrator he build to work in tandem with a passive thermal battery.
Karl Kleinsasser displays the device he built to capture the energy made by people walking on carpet - a device known as a “piezoelectric energy harvester.”
Emily Manning, Mary Atkins and Andja Budincich display their interdisciplinary crafts.
Addison Dean explains to Joey King the project he did on “Programming Poetry: The Art of Adaptation and the Adaptation of Art.”
Kira McEntire shows Joey King the mural she made for the Environmental Studies Lounge in Mood Hall.
Elizabeth Grenadier and Kavita Singh explain their SU Splash project to Joey King.
Joseph Kyle did a project titled “The REM-Dreamer as an Aid in Lucid Dream Induction.” Pictured behind him is his faculty adviser, Jesse Purdy.
Former King Creativity Fund grant recipient Elizabeth Dinn Marsh talked to students and parents about how she has used her creativity since leaving Southwestern.