Come check out the blog for stories on DEID's work over the summer! Stay posted on the blog for group updates and other DEID news throughout the year.
Check out the blog here: http://sites.duke.edu/deid/
The DEID/ Duke-EWB community has recently lost a former president Abhinav Kapur much too early. He devoted his life to service and was finishing medical school at the University of Chicago. His friends have reached out to help our current project in Nkokonjeru, Uganda where Abhinav had worked in 2008 on a biomass charcoal project for cooking stoves. We look forward to completing the construction of our water tank this summer in his memory to help just one of the several communities he dedicated his time to helping.
DEID will be hosting a table at Springternational this Friday (4/13)! We'll be selling traditional foods, drinks, and crafts from the countries that DEID has worked in the past few years. Look for our table on the Main Quad and BC Plaza.
Duke Engineers for International Development presents their first Design-a-thon!
When: Monday, April 9th at 6:30pm
Where: Social Sciences 111
The challenge: Design a non-intrusive, non-apparent, affordable water monitoring system.
Come to meet our organization and have contact with the type of work we do. You'll get to apply all of your engineering and analytical skills to a real world issue! Also, free Enzo's dinner will be provided.
See attached flyer for more details!
Duke Engineers for International Development was recently featured in a Duke Engineering Article!
The article is linked here: Pratt Students Expand Overseas Work. Let's keep up the great work, DEID!
Our El Salvador and Bolivia projects have joined forces to compete for Duke ChangeWorks. If they receive the most votes, they have a chance at winning $5,000, which would greatly help us to implement our designed projects during this upcoming summer!
Duke ChangeWorks is a competition that sponsors ideas from undergraduates that spark social change. We believe that our bridge construction projects in El Salvador and Bolivia address the important issue of rural isolation: a condition that can unjustly restrict economic and educational opportunities to whole communities.
Vote for our projects here!
FIRST GENERAL BODY MEETING: PROJECTS UPDATE
Monday, Jan 30 | social psych 126 | 6 PM
Want to get involved in Duke Engineers for International Development, but not sure how? Looking for an update on one of our five projects? Want some free baked goods?
Then come to our first GBM of the year and hear about all of our projects and how you can get involved! We will be having raffles for things we have brought back from past trips from countries all over the world! Also come to enjoy some delicious homemade treats :)
Thanks to everyone who came out to our Project Info meeting. We're exciting about our projects this year in El Salvador, Bolivia, Kenya, Egypt and Uganda (EWB-Duke). For more information about the projects and information about DEID and EWB, please check out our powerpoint presentation here.
Dear EWB, We'd personally like to thank those of you who could make it out last night to the elections. All of the candidates represented themselves and the chapter very well, and as a result all of the races were really close!