Engineer Solutions for Developing Communities

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Become a globally responsible engineer and explore critical issues in the developing world related to sustainability, renewable energy, public health, and social entrepreneurship through one of these programs:

Engineers Without Borders - The CU chapter of EWB runs active outreach programs to implement engineering solutions in partnership with local organizations in Nepal, Peru, and Rwanda.

Mortenson Center in Engineering for Developing Communities - MCEDC combines classroom work, research and development, and real-world, on-the-ground experience to train engineers to work in partnership with organizations in developing communitites worldwide.

ATLAS Institute - ATLAS ofers an MS degree in Information and Communication Technology for Development.

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CUEngineering is here!
The 2014 edition of CUEngineering magazine is hot off the press! Check it out online.

Don't forget summer session!
CEAS courses don't slow down over the summer - choose from 58 undergraduate and graduate engineering courses during Maymester and sessions A-D, May 12-Aug. 8.

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