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This FPS student's knowledge of the FPS problem solving approach resulted in the creation of self driving robot to help farmers fight crop disease.
"Inspired by the problem solving approach I learned in FPS, I used these tools to discover an innovative solution to a problem I had witnessed in my community. I discovered that farms in my local community were increasingly damaged by crop diseases, something I learned about from the Biosecurity topic. Working through the FPS process, I developed a self-driving robot capable of fighting crop disease before it happened. I ended up placing 1st at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, something that would not have been possible without my discovery of FPS.
FPS inspires me to take that same creativity to college and beyond. By utilizing the foundational curriculum of Dr. Torrance's Future Problem Solving Process while expanding my interests through interdisciplinary endeavors, I believe that FPS will truly prepare me to be a creator for humanity."
- Pranav Senthilvel, Kentucky FPS
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This FPS student's Community Problem Solving work has resulted in her forming a non-profit to help sanitation through impoverished communities.
"I problem-solved and researched solutions as well as specific communities in need of assistance. I began to picture an organization that could tackle multiple pieces of the problem: an organization that could spread awareness about the lack of sanitation in impoverished communities, conduct workshops to teach this importance, and provide hygiene resources for the underprivileged. With that concept in mind, I founded the HelpHygiene Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization based in Charlotte, NC. We have supported 40k+ people by donating 45k+ toiletries and 11K+ shoes, installed multiple handpumps and toilets, and empower women by donating sanitary pads. To fulfill our mission abroad, we have 70 members who host drives and workshops to increase education on the importance of hygiene in the US, India, and West/East Africa."
- Malika Rawal, North Carolina FPS
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