Event registration open: What is the role of Engineers in International Development?

Date: 
1 Feb 2019
Host: 
The University of Sheffield
Location: 
John Pemberton Lecture
Theatre Regent Court
Sheffield
S1 4DP
United Kingdom

The Sheffield Institute for International Development (SIID) would like to invite students, researchers and academics from across engineering, social sciences and humanities to discuss key issues around engineering and international development.

There will be a series of panels throughout the day, with opportunities for small group discussions and networking.

To join, please register on Eventbrite using the link provided below. 

If you would like to present your poster at the event, contact Hannah Mottram (hfmottram1@sheffield.ac.uk).

Please also get in touch with any questions or suggestions.

Draft Agenda

9:00 – Registration and coffee

9:30 – Welcome to event

10:00 – What is the role of engineering in international development?

12:00 – Lunch (provided)

13:00 – International development in engineering education

14:30 – Coffee break

15:00 – Engineering, international development and ethics

16:30 – Closing discussion

17:00 – Networking reception

18:00 – Close

Further information about the event can be found here

The organisers are extremely grateful to the Sheffield Institute for International Development and the Think Ahead Early Career Researcher Led Activities Fund for supporting this event

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