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What's up everyone! My name is Candice Cam and I am this semester's Public Relations Chairman. Over the course of this semester, I have decided to test out a new social media platform and decided on jumpstarting a blog! The purpose of this blog is to post news about the brothers, projects, and much more that were not posted or did not make it to our Instagram or Facebook. With that being said, I will try to backtrack all the wonderful projects and stories of the Mu Delta Chapter of Theta Tau.
The Vibronerv team (Capstone team 15), consisting of Brothers Phoebe Guan and Forrest Yeh, along with UC Merced undergraduate students Reef Aldayafleh, Jasmine Nguyen, and Kevin Martinez, is attempting to develop a device that detects peripheral neuropathy. 70% of diabetic patients develop signs of neuropathy, which is a loss of sensation due to nerve damage and can develop foot ulcerations or require amputations. To detect neuropathy, the medical field typically relies on the archaic tuning fork test, which involves hitting a 128Hz tuning fork against a surface and then making contact with
Over winter break, Brother Eduardo Heranandez participated in a two day outreach program.
Brother Hernandez was invited by a friend who attends UC Berkeley to speak to disadvantaged students at local high schools in Bakersfield, CA alongside other students from the RAZA Center at UC Berkeley, which does outreach like this throughout the year to increase Latino and Latina enrollment to four year universities. The group visited South High School and Highland High School and spoke to various College Prep, AP, and AVID classes consisting of Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors.