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DSI Where They Are Now: A Look at Our Alums

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Projects

Hi, Tide

Andrea Cisneros (2017), Karina Davila (2017), and Marlyn Martinez Marrero (2017)

“An SMS service that helps communities adapt to climate change related problems of sea level rise and tidal flooding.”

Redemption Food

Kendall Murphy (2017)

“A concept that inspires more environmentally sustainable eating habits among the New York metal music community.”

Karaoke Club

Carmen Lopez (2017) and Irene Rojas (2017)

“An alternative space for people who are already taking classes to practice English through music.”

Chinatown Connects

Siqi Liang (2017)

“A community newspaper created by and for Chinese seniors to solve their issues of loneliness and isolation in the United States.”

Togayther

Linjie Deng (2017)

“A liberation movement in support of gay Chinese men to help educate and build community and support in an otherwise conservative culture.”

Lugaty (My Language)

Sara Al Kuwari (2017)

“Educational materials for helping children of Arab expat families maintain their native language fluency and avoid communication challenges while temporarily residing in the U.S.”

PEER UP For Cancer

Wen Tang (2017)

“Tools to aid communication between young adult cancer patients and their friends, and make it easier for them to offer relevant and appropriate support.”

From Experience, With Love

Genieve Ramrattan (2017)

“A service, in partnership with Meals-on-Wheels, that connects local youth with homebound seniors in East Harlem to increase their health and wellbeing.”

WithU

Jiajing Wu (2017)

“A way for young family members to help elderly, chronically ill relatives manage their medications in order to lower their risk of overmedication and drug reactions.”

Works Art Center

Haoshi Jiang (2017)

“A program that helps people with disabilities to master skills that will connect them to jobs.”

136 W 21st St,
5th Fl.
New York, NY 10011
(212) 592–2205

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