Key Experiences in Developing a Sustainable Water Distribution and Filtration Project in Rural Honduras: A New Paradigm in "Service Learning"
The University of Southern California chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWBUSC) was formed in the fall of 2006. Within six months of its charter approval, the chapter obtained, assessed, and began raising funds for...
In this paper, we describe the results of a project in which undergraduate engineering students developed and deployed a water purification system for use in rural Africa. The location of the project is a small village...
Since the year 2000, Michigan Tech has administered capstone senior design projects for engineering students that allow them to obtain six credits working on an engineering project in the developing world. This paper...
Over one billion people worldwide do not have access to a safe, reliable source of drinking water. Of these, up to five million will die each year of waterborne diseases due to unclean water sources and poor sanitation...
Gender Differences in the Values of Minority High School Students that Affect Engineering Discipline Choice & Recommendations for Attracting Minorities to Environmental Engineering
In the summer of 2007, Michigan Technological University held a week long Engineering Explorations summer camp for minority high school students considering engineering as a major in college. Nine gender separated...
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