Engineers are known for math and science but how about poetry? Creativity is not only limited to the liberal arts, but is also applicable to engineering (I am sure that my fellow commodores in Senior Design would agree). Nonetheless, at breakfast we shared our creative side with the reading of our poems. The topic was how “Pass the Pigs” (a roll-the-dice type game) is a metaphor for BME service.
Busy hands, tools, brains
Hard work but no engagement
Oinkers we collide
- Dr. P
It is your turn now.
The cool crisp air caress my hand
The uncertainty floats in the fog
Will I get a razorback? Will I make a difference?
Roll the pig…roll your dice.
On our final day at the Moore Center we continued to work on our instructable videos.
Let’s hear some words from our team leaders Meredith, Ryan and Lydia about how their video production went!
|Farewell Anesthesia Machine!|
Ryan, Joanna, Cassie and Joe, were working on Anesthesia Gas Mixing and Delivery videos. Ryan shared, “Today, our main objective was to progress far enough in the video editing and scriptwriting processes to identify any gaps in our story. We only needed to collect a few additional videos and replace a couple, and by the end of our time at the Moore Center, we had collected all the clips we could there, had the clips ordered, and had an outline for the script.”
|Hey! Look at my oxygen saturation!|
After wrapping up everything, we loaded up the truck and got comfortable. Last day in Guatemala City, Last day at the Moore Center; we had a great time but Adios, Guatemala City and Hola, Antigua.
Work hard, play hard!
After arriving to Antigua we went to Chocomuseo and made chocolate together!
Pictures can speak louder than words...
Making chocolate requires several steps but we all needed to stir!
|At least you didn't spill all of it|