MWB-SRSE Greywater Project
Mines Without Borders and SRSE have partnered on a project working with communities right here in Denver! It is a project that aims to work with community members to find a use for greywater from a traveling laundry truck. There are so many possibilities and we need your help to design a solution! Please attend the meeting this week if you are interested in working on this project. You do not need to be a member of MWB to work on this project. For more information or to get involved, please contact Franco Pilone at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The 2nd Annual Humanitarian Engineering Symposium has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will be held in Fall 2020 at the Colorado School of Mines campus. The theme of this year’s symposium is Environmental Justice.
The mission of the Mine HE Symposium is to encourage students and professionals to incorporate the human-centered design approach into their engineering projects and explore the socio-technical nature of real-world problems. It will include guest speakers as well as round-table discussions with local organizations to continue the conversation about social responsibility.
Please check back for updates as new details are finalized!
The Humanitarian Engineering program at Mines is proud to offer three unique programs in Humanitarian Engineering science at the undergraduate and graduate level. Learn more about the Engineering for Community Development (ECD) and Leadership in Social Responsibility (LSR) undergraduate minors, as well as the Humanitarian Engineering master’s degree and certificate:
Harnessing the power of engineering and social science, we work directly with communities to jointly define problems and create sustainable solutions.
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Learn more about our partnership with RMRC @ Mines. “We are an interdisciplinary, multi-institution, and global research collaboration funded by the US National Science Foundation. Our goal is to co-design socially responsible and sustainable mining practices with communities, engineers, and social scientists.”
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From corporate CEOs to the heads of NGOs, leaders committed to social, environmental, and economic stability worldwide demand a different kind of engineer for the 21st century.
Mines is ready to meet this challenge through its Humanitarian Engineering Program, with focus areas in Engineering for Community Development and Leadership in Social Responsibility and a new interdisciplinary Humanitarian Engineering and Science master’s degree. At Mines, we embrace engineering the way it should be.
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