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  • NICK BROWN

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    Nick Brown
    • Role or Position: Lecturer - Humanitarian Engineering
      Institution: RMIT University
      Email: nick.brown@rmit.edu.au
      Contact Number : +61399253024
      Brief biography (100 words or less): Nick believes that engineering has an important role to play in addressing complex global issues such as poverty, inequality and sustainability. He is passionate about inspiring, equipping and empowering engineers to meet community aspirations and desires both in Australia and overseas. His research work focuses on the application of design, technology and education for social change.
      Areas of Research: Humanitarian Engineering Education; Challenging Contexts; non-engineered materials; inclusion; experiential learning
      Key Words: Education; Humanitarian Design
      City or State: VIC
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