Advocate asks engineering students to improve assistive technology

10/20/2009 | Tribune (San Luis Obispo, Calif.), The

Jon Monett is challenging engineering students at his alma mater California Polytechnic State University to create technology for prosthetics, wheelchairs and other assistive devices to improve the mobility of public servants who have disabilities, such as police officers and war veterans. Monett made a $500,000 donation to fund a lab and the students' work through a partnership with the university and his new nonprofit organization, Quality of Life Plus.

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