Mac Ware helps win BETHA Endowment annual grant competition!

April 16, 2014

The Battelle Engineering, Technology and Human Affairs (BETHA) Endowment annual grant competition supports projects that examine the complex relationship between science and technology on society and cultural issues. Thirty-two proposals were submitted during this year’s competition, and the endowment has selected four for funding in 2014.

Student-developed Sustainable Housing Solutions in Central America will engage Ohio State senior capstone students with university partners and residents in Honduras to develop a sustainable, replicable housing solution for the rural poor. Howard Greene, systems engineering manager and director, K‐12 Education Outreach, College of Engineering, is the principal investigator on the project.

Co-investigators are: Mac Ware, lecturer, Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering  & Judy Tansky, senior lecturer, Fisher College of Business