You are invited to attend the Engineers Without Borders University of Washington Chapter general meeting on April 16th at 5:00pm in EEB 403. We are pleased to welcome Dr. Joseph Cook from the Evans School of Public Affairs to speak on Water Supply and Sanitation in Developing Countries. Dr. Cook offers unique and interesting perspectives on supplying water to less privileged communities; a seemingly simple, but always complex problem. EWB-UWS has a history of water projects and is currently evaluating new programs, this talk will offer ideas on what will make our next project appropriate and sustainable. This meeting is a great way to network and get involved with the chapter, even if it is for the first time.
At the meeting attendees will learn about EWB-UWS current events and exciting future plans, especially our upcoming fundraiser, the third annual Building Across Borders. Jointly hosted between the UW, Seattle University, and Puget Sound Professional chapters of EWB, the dinner event includes demonstrations, games, and auctions. The event will be held Monday April 23rd 5:30pm-10:00pm in the Campion Ballroom at Seattle University. To purchase tickets online, please visit http://www.brownpapertickets.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me or another executive member.
You may have already seen this announcement, and if so we apologize for the repeat.