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Episode 20

Out in Colombia is a sustainable and responsible travel and tourism agency headquartered in Colombia, creating cross-cultural exchanges that unite the global LGBT community. Out in Colombia's founder, Sam Castañeda Holdren, is an American expat and current ASU Online student applying all he has learned from ASU to help his business thrive. Hear the story of how he got started and how he continues to enrich his business.

Recommended if you're interested in: sustainability, responsible tourism, lgbt, online education

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Episode 19

SHOW, or Student Health Outreach for Wellness, is a student-run clinic that connects vulnerable populations with student-administered healthcare services in the Phoenix area. In a clinic setting, students who are a part of SHOW receive valuable hands-on experience while making a big impact on the lives of those who need help the most.  

Recommended if you're interested in: healthcare, access, issues of homelessness

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Episode 18

Prometheus uses drone technology and AI to detect fires early, helping fire departments and communities respond quickly and mitigate damage. Hear the project leaders' story on this week's episode of the Innovation Happens podcast.

Recommended if you're interested in: artificial intelligence, drone technology, natural disasters

Episode 17

Surf is an ASU startup that's making an already good thing even better. Surf provides Uber and Lyft drivers with a free tablet system and internet to entertain passengers just like you. Listen to their story on the Innovation Happens podcast and keep an eye out for the Surf entertainment system in your next Uber or Lyft ride!

Recommended if you're interested in: startups, entrepreneurship, ridesharing technologies

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Episode 16

Biodesign: Science Exposed merges the worlds of performance art and scientific research. On this episode of Innovation Happens, we'll hear from a dance student and ASU scientist who partnered together to transform research into performance. 

Recommended if you're interested in: performance dance, scientific research, lyme disease