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untilJoin us on Zoom for the first in what will hopefully become an ongoing regular event, getting the Humanitarian Engineering Education community together to chat about topics of shared interest. In this interactive session, we'll be discussing experiences of Supporting humeng student projects remotely. Eva Cheng from UTS will be speaking about facilitating the EWB Challenge group work online, while Tanja Rosenqvist from RMIT will discuss her experiences facilitating humeng capstone projects remotely. Speakers: Eva Cheng is the Deputy Director of Women in Engineering and Information Technology, and Senior Lecturer in the School of Professional Practice and Leadership at UTS. Tanja Rosenqvist is Lecturer in Humanitarian Engineering at RMIT, and believes engineers play a vital role in solving some of the most complex and pressing societal challenges of our time, such as poverty, inequality, and climate change. Join on Zoom.
Hi community, I am curating a section for the communities upcoming newsletter on our membership, who we are as individuals and what we do; essentially, getting to know the community section. I want to pose some good questions to community members that will allow them to share who they are. Let me know what you think about the following questions, make a comment about any additional questions you think should be asked. What humanitarian engineering projects are you currently working on? What has been your proudest moment as a humanitarian engineer or humanitarian engineering fan? Why is humanitarian engineering important? What is your top tip for engineers and engineering fans who want to apply their skills in humanitarian contexts? What should people get in touch with you about?