Tanzania 2020 Global Seminar
Design for Life: Water in Tanzania (ME 4583/CEGE 4583)
Access to reliable clean water is one of the greatest challenges facing humanity today. The College of Science and Engineering is offering a global seminar experience that will bring a group of students to Tanzania during winter session 2020. Students will get 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. Student proposals will be evaluated by a St. Paul non-profit organization with the funding and resources in place to take approved projects to the next level.
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.
Applications are not yet open. Until then, please contact email@example.com if you are interested in this seminar.
Term: Winter Session 2020
Travel dates: Thursday, Jan. 2-Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020
Eligible students: Open to upper-division CSE students. Admission is by application.
Credit: Students will receive three credits for ME 4583 or CEGE 4583. This course also fulfills Liberal Education themes Global Perspectives and Technology and Science
Estimated program fee: The program fee includes three credits, round-trip airfare, housing, excursions, international health insurance, and group meals. Costs have not yet been finalized, but are projected to be between $5,200–$5,700. Contact the CSE International Programs team for more information.
For more information: Contact CSE International Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org.