Engineers without Borders - Michigan State University chapter
Welcome to My Contribution to Our Website
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For the past year and a half I have been working with students here at MSU to start up a chapter of Engineers without Borders at MSU.
Since my background is in CFD and inlet control (not quite what emerging communities need), I have served primarily as an organizer and facilitator. This past year, I have been working both sides of the coin: mentoring the student leadership so that it can function on its own and developing the first project for the group.
This page is under contstruction -- in the future I will work towards providing info not just about the projects we are developing, but also about the process which brought us there. The biggest challenge that we are faced with is networking - finding willing people with expertise in fields that are needed in our partner communities.
For now, there are two items: a brochure for the Wakpamni wastewater lagoon project and some pictures from the Peruvian water use development project.
A tri-fold brochure about the Wakpamni project that I developed to help with student recriutment
Some pictures from a group in Peru : I am helping them to write a project proposal for EWB-USA : Water resource development project