Engineer's toolkit for the developing world to launch at Leeds
The School of Civil Engineering is to host the launch of the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) 'Engineer's Toolkit for a Developing World' on 23 April 2012.
The toolkit will be presented by Professor Paul Jowitt, immediate past president of the ICE at an even which will take place:
On: Monday 23 April 2012
In: Lecture Theatre F, room G.07, Houldsworth Building
After the toolkit presentation there will be an opportunity for participants to engage with Professor Jowitt, his ICE apprentices and representatives from professional bodies working in International Development.
After the launch we will be inaugurating a student chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) at the University of Leeds. Representatives from EWB chapteds in the North of England will be on hand to discuss their work and experiences.
Students from all disciplines interested in the role of engineering in international development and those who may like to consider joining EWB-Leeds are encouraged to attend. Students from the Pathogen Control Engineering Institute (PACE) are encouraged to submit posters for display at this event. We look forward to an interesting afternoon which brings together academics, students and industry partners!
Please contact Lisa Kowalczyk for questions regarding poster presentation at this event or additional queries.
Note - space is limited so please contact Lisa if you are interested in attending.
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