FEATURED PRESENTERS :

Cassie Hoffman

Miles McGonigle

Nandini Mehrotra

Tiamiyou Radij

Carolina Rojas

The impacts of human pressures on our ecosystems, such as land conversion, environmental pollution, and the growing threat of climate change, are causing habitat degradation for thousands of species worldwide. As protecting life on land and life below water is becoming increasingly important, we want to explore how we can mobilize the engineering community and leverage technological innovation to protect, restore and promote sustainable use of marine and terrestrial ecosystems.... Read More


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Engineering Conservation for Life on Land and Below Water


DATE: October 06, 2022

Engineering Conservation for Life on Land and Below Water

FEATURED PRESENTERS : Cassie Hoffman, Miles McGonigle, Nandini Mehrotra, Tiamiyou Radij, Carolina Rojas

The impacts of human pressures on our ecosystems, such as land conversion, environmental pollution, and the growing threat of climate change, are causing habitat degradation for thousands of species... Read More

E4C Fellowship Alumni: Where Are They Now?


DATE: August 24, 2022

E4C Fellowship Alumni: Where Are They Now?

FEATURED PRESENTERS : Kathleen Kirsch, Krista Ligouri, Emmanuel Kinyanjui, Bryan Sherill

Engineering for Change’s Fellowship is a workforce development program in social innovation that activates and empowers early career engineers worldwide to solve local and global challenges. Through our program,... Read More

Waves to Water Prize | Applying Human Centered Design to ...


DATE: May 31, 2022

Waves to Water Prize | Applying Human Centered Design to ...

FEATURED PRESENTERS : Itika Gupta, Ruth Salmon, Will Heegaard, John Peichel, Paul Choules, Bill Varnava, Iana Aranda, Erin Peiffer

In 2019, the US Department of Energy’s Water Power Technologies Office (WPTO) launched the Waves to Water Prize “to encourage the development of small, modular, cost-competitive desalination systems.” After... Read More

Preparing the Future Engineering Workforce to Achieve the...


DATE: May 06, 2022

Preparing the Future Engineering Workforce to Achieve the...

FEATURED PRESENTERS : Karen Ohland, Erin Peiffer, Micheala Chan, Preetam Maloor, Pulkit Kanotra, Emma Stine, Brighton Kaoma, Iana Aranda, Jonathan Kemp

Virtual Side Event of the 7th Annual Multi-stakeholder Forum on Science Technology and Innovation for the Sustainable Development Goals To prepare young engineers for careers in sustainable development we... Read More

Engineering a Circular Economy in the Built Environment


DATE: March 04, 2022

Engineering a Circular Economy in the Built Environment

FEATURED PRESENTERS : Iana Aranda, Carolina Rojas Echeverri, Cristina Contreras, Nzambi Matee, Patrick Kelley, Rick Bohan, Karen Ohland, Martín Ignacio del Pino

The construction industry is highly extractive and uses enormous volumes of natural resources. The sector accounts for 40 percent global raw material use and 25 percent of carbon dioxide... Read More

E4C Fellowship Information Session


DATE: February 09, 2022

E4C Fellowship Information Session

FEATURED PRESENTERS : Carolina Rojas, Nishant Agarwal, Sahar Shamsi, Miracle Ndego, Marilynn Holguín Clover, Erin Peiffer, Jonathan Kemp

The E4C Fellowship is a workforce development program at the intersection of technology and social impact, serving to activate and empower early-career engineers and technical professionals worldwide to solve... Read More

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