E4+I: Engineering for Positive Impact

Interested in how your engineering can contribute to global issues?

Keen to experience development and humanitarian engineering?

E4+I:  engineering for positive impact

Engineering at the ANU has a number of opportunities for students to be involved with Engineering for Positive Impact initiatives, courses and programs.  These include:

·        two-week international experiences to Nepal, Cambodia and Thailand through EWB Humanitarian Design Summits and Unbound experiences (including scholarships for eligible students).

·        4-course Minor in Humanitarian Engineering (commencing 2019).

·        ENGN3013 Engineering for a Humanitarian Context elective.

·        final year group and individual research projects.

·        US National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Grand Challenge Scholars Program.

·        the Humanitarian Hackathon and Rapid Response Prize hosted by USyd.

If you are interested in any or all of these, or just want to hear more about this area, come along to the Semester 1 information session in week 2:

Thursday March 7, 12 - 1pm, Ian Ross Seminar Room (R214)

 

Application closing date

7 March 2019
Applications open for this opportunity: 
5 Mar 2019
Eligible degree type(s): 
Undergraduate

Updated:  1 June 2019/Responsible Officer:  Dean, CECS/Page Contact:  CECS Marketing