Monday, December 15, 2014

2015 Design for Life: Water in Tanzania ME 3080

Jan. 1-18, 2015: Access to reliable clean water is one of the greatest challenges facing humanity today. Associate dean and professor Paul Strykowski (mechanical engineering) will lead a group of students on a trip to Tanzania during winter break 2014-15.
Access to reliable clean water is one of the greatest challenges facing humanity today. Associate dean and professor Paul Strykowski (mechanical engineering) will lead a group of students on a trip to Tanzania during winter break 2014-15 for a hands-on engineering challenge with real-world impact.

During this program, student teams will evaluate community needs and infrastructure to model potable water-handling systems in the beautiful southern highlands regions of Tanzania.

The seminar will include a cultural and geographical survey of Tanzania, its land, and people as well as a trip to Ruaha National Park, one of the world's most famous safari destinations.

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