Humanitarian engineering at ANU

Presented by ANU College of Engineering & Computer Science

Event topic

Engineering

Type of event

Lecture

Who should attend

Undergraduate

Times

1–1.20pm

Location

School of Music, Big Band Room (view in map)

Meet the presenters

ANU Bachelor of Engineering (R&D) / Bachelor of Business Administration Student
ANU Bachelor of Engineering (R&D) (Honours) / Bachelor of Arts Student
Lecturer and NAE Grand Challenge Director

The ANU Humanitarian Engineering program aims to empower students to acquire the tools, mindsets and motivation to improve quality of life and place human wellbeing at the centre of engineering practice.

At this talk, you’ll hear how students immerse themselves in experiential learning and engage with communities and socially-focused organisations in Australia and overseas to explore how their engineering can be used to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges.

The session will include Q&A time with current students. You’ll hear how their experiences, both in Australia and abroad, have shaped their understating of what it means to be a modern engineer.

* ANU is the only University in Australia to receive accreditation from the US NAE Grand Challenges for Engineering program. Graduates who complete the program are recognised as Grand Challenge Scholars.

Meet the presenters

ANU Bachelor of Engineering (R&D) / Bachelor of Business Administration Student
ANU Bachelor of Engineering (R&D) (Honours) / Bachelor of Arts Student
Lecturer and NAE Grand Challenge Director

Meet the presenters

ANU Bachelor of Engineering (R&D) / Bachelor of Business Administration Student
ANU Bachelor of Engineering (R&D) (Honours) / Bachelor of Arts Student
Lecturer and NAE Grand Challenge Director