CSUF Comes to Morningside
Under the direction of Dr. Kiran George, students from CSUF’s Bio-Electric Signal Based Systems Laboratory offer residents an opportunity to see and try several of the user-friendly, assistive technology devices being designed in the lab. During an informative lecture, residents, such as Jean Hedrick, were able to help demonstrate how brain signals can be used to activate various robotic devices.
New on the menu is the Portabella Mushroom Skillet, featuring a large portabella mushroom stuffed with lots of different toppings and cooked, then presented, in a small skillet. Add a couple of slices of garlic bread and a small salad and it’s a great meal for a cool spring evening.
Going my way?
Food and Beverage Director Shawn Noack offers a lift to Marketing Representative Sharon Wright.