Ngoni Mugwisi represents Solar Water Solutions on stage at CGI U

Ngoni Mugwisi presenting in front of fellow MasterCard Foundation Scholars at the Clinton Global Initiative University conference held at the University of California Berkeley. Photographer: Adam Schultz/CGI U

Ngoni Mugwisi presenting in front of fellow MasterCard Foundation Scholars at the Clinton Global Initiative University conference held at the University of California Berkeley. Photographer: Adam Schultz/CGI U

Seventeen students in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering were selected to attend the 2016 Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) on April 1-3 at the University of California Berkeley in the San Francisco Bay Area.

These Fulton Schools students make up the largest contingent from any college at Arizona State University, which had 32 students invited to attend in total. They joined more than 1,200 innovative student leaders from around the world, dozens of topic experts, Bill and Chelsea Clinton and other celebrities, such as Conan O’Brien, at the ninth annual CGI U event. Read More

ASU team wins Social Venture Challenge at CGI U

Ngoni presents the Stair Gardens Project at CGI U in Miami in 2015. The Stair Gardens Project later became Solar Water Solutions that summer. Picture by Ngoni Mugwisi/SWS

Ngoni presents the Stair Gardens Project at CGI U in Miami in 2015. The Stair Gardens Project later became Solar Water Solutions that summer. Picture by Ngoni Mugwisi/SWS

The Stair Gardens Project, a sustainable food source venture founded by Arizona State University engineering student Ngoni Mugwisi, competed and won against 191 other ventures at the 2015 Social Venture Challenge, held in conjunction with the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) conference March 6-8. Read More