Ohio State senior projects support Smart Columbus mission

April 24, 2017
EEDS Capstone students presenting their senior project on autonomous shuttle use in the Easton area at the Environmental Professionals Network breakfast.

This news article was originally published on the website of The Ohio State University News and was written by Chris Booker.

The Ohio State University is the lead research partner for the Smart Columbus program, but it’s not just faculty leading the way. Students are also working to make Columbus a smarter city.Students from the School of Environment and Natural Resources showed off their senior projects at the Environmental Professionals Network breakfast on Tuesday and the Smart Columbus program was the focus of nine of the projects.  

“We literally got a priority list from the Smart Columbus folks listing the things they could really use some help on,” said Gregory Hitzhusen, assistant professor of professional practice at the School of Environment and Natural Resources.  Read more about the capstone projects here.