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Engineers without borders

The 2015 Engineers Without Borders-USA Mountain Regional Conference will be hosted by EWB-USA Arizona State University & Phoenix Professional Chapters. Problem solvers and thought leaders are invited to attend this event to collaborate, teach, share best practices and to identify and design appropriate solutions to common obstacles in community-driven development.

EWB-USA Mountain Regional Conference
Friday, November 6, 2015 – Sunday, November 8, 2015
Memorial Union (MU), Tempe campus [map]
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What’s the conference about?

The Conference will be hosted at ASU, with more than 150 students and engineering professionals expected to attend, more than 30 chapters from across seven mountain region states. The EWB-USA national and regional leadership will be present. The Conference will represent projects in more than 15 countries internationally.

Attendees will receive hands-on, mission-centered training and they will be able to network with fellow EWB members and local engineering firms  and share their best practices.

Intensive Workshops

The Mountain Region is hosting EWB-USA’s Intensive Workshops which will provide members with the opportunity to gain knowledge on topics chosen by the region in an interactive and dynamic learning experience. These workshops have been designed to provide members with a learning experience usually found at expensive seminars and will be hosted by leaders in the field.

ewb1What are the sessions like?

  • Hands on training sessions on Solar electricity and Surveying
  • Case studies on Kenya, Bolivia, and Haiti
  • Open Discussions on Project Management, Engineering Design, and Water Testing
  • Networking and Student-to-Professional Transition

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