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Public health through better sanitation: TU’s Engineers Without Borders USA improves lives in rural Bolivia
Operating remotely, TU’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA led the implementation of a latrine/shower project in Bolivia to help provide sanitation to a small agricultural community. The project left the town with not only two new latrine/showers, but also the knowledge and supplies to build more.
TU student awarded Society of Women Engineers scholarship
Chemical engineering senior Pamela Okaro was recently awarded the Bayer Scholarship from the Society of Women Engineers in recognition of her hard work and dedication to her field of study.
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