IndieGoGo Campaign and Benefactors

In April 2015, we were privileged to work with a great team of MU students who organized our first ever IndieGoGo campaign.  Through the generosity and support of 30 contributors, we raised over $5,000, which will be used to build HPNs for our next locale–Guatemala.  Click here for more on the campaign.

We would especially like to thank four donors who asked to “be recognized on the HPN website.”  We are happy to do so, with many thanks to:

Kevin Vincent
Robert Scheidt
Karen Jamiola, and
Ji Sunn Yoo.

If you’d like your name added to our website, just let us know!  We are always happy to expand the growing HPN network.

Awards

In May 2014, we were honored to accept a Eureka Award on behalf of the HPN Project from the Milwaukee Business Journal, which recognizes creativity, innovation, and progress in business, the arts, education, health care and other areas. The honor became even greater when we were introduced to the other award-winning endeavors. It was gratifying to be included among such outstanding initiatives.

Student Awards

Second Place, Second Annual National Undergraduate Global Health Technologies Design Competition hosted by Rice 360°: Institute for Global Health Technologies and the Beyond Traditional Borders, Rice University, Houston, TX, March 2012.  K. Kramer, A. Weingart, S. Schmeidel, B. Laning, E. Hawkinson and C. Hallberg

Finalist, NAE Regional Poster Competition, Chicago. L.E. Olson, M.T. Lysaught, C. Hallberg, M. Shen, A. Palutsis, M. Naslund, A. Loy, and M. Siebert. The Human Powered Nebulizer, April 2010

2nd Place, Kohler Business Plan Competition, Marquette Center for Entrepreneurship, Milwaukee WI, L.E. Olson, M.T. Lysaught, M. Naslund, A. Palutsis, The Human Powered Nebulizer, April 2010

Runner Up, Social Entrepreneurship Category, NCIIA March Madness for the Mind, San Francisco. L.E. Olson, M.T. Lysaught, M. Naslund, A. Palutsis, The Human Powered Nebulizer, March 2010

 

Grants

National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance, $41,974, January 2010.  L.E. Olson, M.T. Lysaught, C.J. Hallberg.

 

Additional Funding and In-Kind Support

Marquette University College of Engineering Opus Fund
Northwestern University Alumnae Fund
Particle Technology Labs
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Desmond Tutu HIV Centre, Cape Town, South Africa
Marquette University, Department of Biomedical Engineering
Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design