Do you want to change the world?
Study sustainable development in India during the upcoming winter break and earn three credits! Learn more about this life-changing new CSE Global Seminar at an information meeting.
India CSE Global Seminar Information Meeting
Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012
Mechanical Engineering Building, Room 1130
Lunch is provided!
If you are interested but unable to attend the meeting, contact Adam Pagel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the India Global Seminar:
Dec. 28, 2012-Jan. 17, 2013
The world is faced with complex, but solvable, challenges. To make real changes, students and professionals must be prepared to collaborate across academic disciplines, continents, time zones, and cultures. This new course will introduce students to development of infrastructure and services in communities in India. We will learn about engineering and design challenges in a rapidly-growing mega-city, Delhi. In addition to working with assistant professor Julian Marshall, the group will learn from and work with Indian faculty and students in Delhi.
Junior, senior, and graduate U of M students, non-U of M students. Admission is by application.
Students will receive three credits. Undergraduate students should enroll in CE 4011; graduate students should enroll in CE 5011.
Language requirement: No language prerequisite
The application for the CSE Global Seminar to India is now available! Check out details on the CSE Global Seminars web page.
If you have questions, contact Adam Pagel at email@example.com.
International Program Coordinator
College of Science and Engineering
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities