Engineering’s Place In Humanitarian Work
April 8, 2013
Hour 1: How would you help people in the midst of a humanitarian crisis? We’ll spend this hour with three individuals who’ve answered that question. Louise Bloom and Alexander Betts are both involved in the Humanitarian Innovation Project  at the University of Oxford and Erik Abild works with the Norwegian Refugee Council . They’ll all participate in a live panel discussion Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. as part of Engineering & Humanity Week  at Southern Methodist University.
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 Humanitarian Innovation Project: http://www.humanitarianinnovation.com/
 Norwegian Refugee Council: http://www.nrc.no/
 Engineering & Humanity Week: http://eandhweek.org/program/
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