Changed: Students Back from Bolivia Talk about How it Shifted Their Thinking

A dozen School of Civil and Environmental Engineering students will travel to New York this weekend to present their findings from a recent research trip to Bolivia.

We’re not talking graduate students who’ve been doing research for months or years. No, this is a group of undergrads who spent just over a week abroad as part of a course they’ve been taking with Joe Brown called Environmental Technology in the Developing World.

And while they collected mountains of data about water quality and helped pilot a data-collection approach for the 200 Cities Project, they also came back to campus with new ideas about their futures and the ways they can make the world a better place.

Read the full story and hear students on the CEE Field Notes podcast.

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  • CEE Students in Bolivia, April 2017

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