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george.leopold
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re: Engineers Without Borders wins construction tech award
george.leopold   7/12/2010 10:24:57 PM
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The greatest benefit of EWB is that it helps those who really need the help while training a new generation of engineers.

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old account Frank Eory   7/12/2010 8:41:27 PM
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EWB has professional chapters in most major cities and student chapters on most university campuses. If you can volunteer some time, it is easy to get involved and support a good cause.

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Robotics Developer   7/12/2010 8:25:12 PM
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This sounds like a great program! Engineers helping others to use and benefit from existing technology, just goes to show the best side of engineering. Keep up the good work. I am going to check out the website for more information. It reminded me of an outreach program I heard about at Daniel Webster College (Nashua NH). There is a group of professors, students and interested engineers working on assisting communities in Africa (clean water, well drilling, etc.).



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