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"Michael J. Rosen" <[log in to unmask]>
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Engineers Without Borders <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 8 Oct 2007 21:16:50 -0400
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Sorry; somehow I never got this in my calendar. Just to be sure, when  
is our next student chap meeting?
Mike

Quoting Jacqueline Elizabeth Bell <[log in to unmask]>:

> Hi All,
>
>  To add to Terry's email:  We will begin with Dan Baker(CDAE) to
> briefly discuss the opportunity to work with him on a project in
> Honduras.  The project begins as a class in the spring semester for 1
> credit and the project is implemented in May.  This is a great
> opportunity to collaborate and possibly form a perminent tie with
> working with this class (if not also taking it)
>   We will then have Beth from Planting Hope; which is a great
> opportunity!!  Followed by updates on the workshop at Rowan University,
> Homecoming weekend, and general business.  I have gotten emails for
> orders of banquet tickets as well as raffle tickets already!
>   Hope you all enjoyed your weekend :)
>
> MEETING TOMORROW NIGHT AT 7:00 IN VOTEY 105.
>
> Jacquie
>
>
> Quoting Terry Barrett <[log in to unmask]>:
>
>> The next meeting of the EWB-VT Professionals chapter will again be together
>> with the UVM student chapter, Monday the 8th at 7pm, Votey 105 on the UVM
>> central campus.
>>
>> The student chapter may be putting the current project (Juigalpa, Nicaragua)
>> on hold, and so are looking for new project possibilities.
>>
>> Beth Merrill, the founder and director of Planting Hope (
>> http://www.plantinghope.org/), a Vermont non-profit with projects in
>> Nicaragua, will be attending the meeting to describe her group's work to
>> date and their current engineering needs.  We can then discuss the
>> possibilities for engagement as partners.
>>
>> Also some group members will be back from the weekend's EWB North East
>> Regional Workshop with a lot of good experiences to share.
>>
>> See you then...
>>  Terry Barrett
>>

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