Scientists for Tomorrow (SfT) would like to congratulate one of its staff members, Filip Zadro for the national recognition he has achieved for his environment-friendly project that helps areas that lack a safe source of water.
Filip is a senior audio arts and acoustics major who was chosen to represent Columbia College Chicago at the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGIU). CGIU is an annual conference that selects students from colleges and universities from all parts of the country to come together and discuss and present solutions to global issues.
There, Filip had the chance to present his project, a system that provides poverty-stricken communities around the world with access to clean water. In developing this project, Filip worked closely with both Marcelo Caplan, Associate Professor of the Science and Mathematics Department and co-founder of SfT and David Morton, Director of the Science and Visualization Lab.
SfT is sincerely proud of Filip’s achievements and trusts that he will continue to make great strides in the world.