Happy Spring Break! Check out this amazing news -- on Monday, April 2, join us at a lecture by the founder of EWB-USA, Dr. Bernard Amadei! Come out to the Fiber Optics Auditorium on Busch Campus at 7PM.
Who wouldn't take this amazing opportunity to see Bernard Amadei here at Rutgers? Let us know if you'll be coming as many of us will be there, too.
If you have yet to get involved, this is a good time to get started and the experience is great alone.
This insightful lecture from such an inspirational speaker is open to all at Rutgers, engineers and non-engineers alike, so be sure to bring some friends.
See the event listing here, plus more details after the jump!
The Mason Welch Gross Lecture Series, which provides an annual opportunity to invite a most distinguished individual to the University, has chosen Dr. Bernard Amadei to be the distinguished speaker for the 2011-2012 Memorial Lecture.
Dr. Bernard Amadei is the Founding President of Engineers Without Borders-USA and the co-founder of the Engineers Without Borders-International network, and he currently works as a Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Dr. Amadei has a longstanding interest in issues relating to sustainability and global development. Dr. Amadei was the 2007 co-recipient of the Heinz Award for the Environment, the recipient of the 2008 ENR Award of Excellence, and an elected member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering.
The title of Dr. Amadei's talk is "Engineering in Community Development–Challenges and Opportunities." The EWB-USA Rutgers Chapter and the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs urge all Civil and Environmental Engineering students to attend this lecture to see what opportunities may be in store for their careers, and the future of our environment.
Brought to you by the Office of the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and the Rutgers College Class of 1962 and funded by the Mason Welch Gross Lectureship Fund and 50th Anniversary Fund of the Rutgers College Class of 1962 as part of the 2012 Mason Welch Gross Lecture Series.