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Engineers without borders
19 January 2012
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE
28th January 2012
The UCL Engineering sponsored student society, Engineers Without Borders UCLU, will hold their second annual International Development course on 28th January. During a day of discussions in the Chadwick Building, students and invited speakers will discuss the role students can take in bringing about positive change.
Confirmed speakers include Professor Nick Tyler, the head of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering at UCL, and Gavin McGillivray, head of private sector development at the Department for International Development. There will also be workshops and refreshments, finishing with a reception.
Time: 12 – 5pm, Saturday 28th January
Location: Chadwick Building, UCL, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT
Only 40 places are available, so buy your tickets online soon! £3 for early birds, and a princely £5 for the latecomers, thanks to UCL Engineering’s sponsorship of the event.
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