GDT Utility vehicle tests well in Africa
Posted: February 24, 2013
Purdue students and faculty traveled to Cameroon last summer to help a team of Africans build a basic utility vehicle, or BUV, that would not only carry people and produce from place to place but also perform tasks such as pumping water from wells in undeveloped African villages.
Global Engineering Design Symposium (GEDS) 2013
Date: January 26, 2013
Purdue's Global Engineering Program (GEP) hosted the second annual Global Engineering Design Symposium (GEDS) on January 26, 2013.
Global Design Team members selected as finalists for the $100,000 Burton D. Morgan Business Plan Competition
Date: February 19, 2013
E3Labs is amongst the finalists in the undergraduate student category of the 26th annual Burton D. Morgan Business Plan Competition, a $100,000 event slated for Feb. 19 in Discovery Park.
GEP's Anne Dare receives grant from US Borlaug Fellows in Global Food Security Program
Posted: October 29, 2012
Anne Dare, of the Global Engineering Program, has been awarded a grant from US Borlaug Fellows in Global Food Security Program to conduct her doctoral research in wastewater reuse in agriculture in Tunisia and Palestine, as part of a larger study to compare limitations and opportunities, both from a scientific and social perspective, for wastewater reuse in agricultural production in Tunisia, Palestine, Qatar, and the US.
Anne Dare
Associate Director of Global Engineering receives NSF Faculty Early Career Development Award
Posted: September 25, 2012
His research project, "Becoming Boundary Spanners: Investigating, Enhancing, and Assessing the Experiences of Early Career Engineers," provides an integrative vision for engineering education and practice based on boundary spanning as a core meta-attribute for 21st-century engineers.
Brent Jesiek
What We Make... Eases Transportation Woes
Posted: July 17, 2012
GEP's Basic Utility Vehicle is recognized as a difference maker in global transportation.
Basic Utility Vehicle
GEP’s Global Design Team for Cameroon wins domestic competition
Posted: April 22, 2012
Students involved in the Global Design Team for BUV Design won a competition held on April 21, 2012 in Batavia, OH sponsored by the Institute for Affordable Transportation, out of Indianapolis which seeks to improve lives by developing and providing low-cost vehicles.
Cameroon Students
GPRI Awards "Modeling Framework for Policy Development to Mitigate Drought Impacts in East Africa."
Posted: March 2, 2012
The Global Policy Research Institute (GPRI) has awarded a seed grant to Datu Buyung Agusdinata, associate research scientist with both the System-of-Systems Laboratory and the division of Ecological and Environmental Engineering, to develop a "Modeling Framework for Policy Development to Mitigate Drought Impacts in East Africa."
Researchers look to deliver water (and energy) in ways both old and new
Posted: February 22, 2012
As one engineer helps deliver clean drinking water with 2,000-year-old technology, another works on the chemistry's cutting edge on breakthroughs for both potable water and clean energy. Chad Jafvert, professor of civil engineering, stepped outside his normal zone of research to collaborate with students in the Global Engineering Program (GEP). The group’s semester project resulted in a real-world solution and better drinking water for schoolchildren in rural Colombia.
Students in the Global Engineering Program (GEP)
Purdue's Engineers Without Boards wins Boeing Co award for water system
Posted: November 18, 2011
Purdue University's Engineers Without Borders-USA chapter has been selected for an award from The Boeing Co. for developing a drinking water system at a spring for residents in the village of Papachacra in Bolivia. The chapter received a $10,000 grant from Boeing.
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