Friday, October 30, 2020

Apply for the May 2021 global seminar in Tanzania

Be a part of a hands-on engineering challenge with real-world impact in Tanzania next spring. Originally set for January 2021, this global seminar has been rescheduled for May 2021, and applications are still being accepted!
Bring safe water to communities in Tanzania!

Apply now to spend May session 2021 in Tanzania! Participate in a hands-on engineering challenge with real-world impact. Originally set for January 2021, this global seminar has been rescheduled for May 2021, and applications are still being accepted!

During this CSE Global Seminar program, student teams will evaluate community needs and infrastructure to model potable water-handling systems. Earn three credits in less than three weeks!

Apply now!

Design for Life: Water in Tanzania
Travel dates: ​Thursday, May 13-Sunday, May 30, 2021
Credit received: Students will receive three credits for ME 4583 or CEGE 4583. This course also fulfills Liberal Education themes Global Perspectives, and Technology and Society.
Eligibility: Open to upper division CSE students.
Admission: Admission is by application, and space is limited.
Language prerequisite: None
Applications will be reviewed as long as space is available.

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

For more information, please visit the Design for Life: Water in Tanzania web page. You can also watch the Tanzania 2021 information session webinar recording. You will need to log in with your University email address.

You can also see blog posts and photos from the 2020 CSE Tanzania global seminar.

If you have any questions about this global seminar, please email cseabroad@umn.edu.

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