As we prepare for Tiger Giving Day to officially begin tomorrow, we are already halfway to our goal! Thank you for supporting the AU Med-Pak and making this possible. This morning, Scott Kramer discussed the project and its implications with Auburn University alumni, staff, and faculty at an on-site event. He discussed how the $8,000 goal is intended to create 12 backpacks to be tested across the world in very remote regions. It was also mentioned that if the goal is met, all additional funds will be used this fall semester to create the finalized version of the AU Med-Pak which he hopes to include portable, rechargeable electricity. This will allow remote medical professionals to test for HIV, Ebola, and the Coronavirus in regions they previously could not. We are beyond excited about this project and THANK YOU for being a part of it.
Aubie was so excited that he took a picture with Scott holding one of the original prototypes. War Eagle!