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Becoming a Humanitarian Engineer Survey

One of the biggest challenges facing higher education today is the demand for enterprising, outward-looking graduates who are equipped to meet society’s newest and pressing challenges. For us, this is ensuring our graduates are able to play a pivotal role in the solution of global humanitarian challenges.

To ensure we continue to provide the highest quality, research-led, teaching we are currently completing a project exploring the ways in which students act as co-producers of learning beyond traditional disciplinary boundaries. The innovation being that students who are less tied (than academics) to the bounded nature of a particular discipline will be more able to develop and seek learning between, beyond and across disciplines.

You can find out more about this research project here

As part of the project, we are keen to hear what you think about this, if you have the time please complete the short survey below.

By participating in this survey you will have a first-hand opportunity to contribute to the development of a student-driven educational model between, beyond and across disciplines.

Before you complete the survey, please take a few moments to read the Participant Information Leaflet [LINK].

The survey should take 5 - 10 minutes to complete. We are very grateful for your time and effort.


Responses to ‘Humanitarian Engineering’.

This survey seeks to tease out what you understand by the term ‘humanitarian engineering’ and the value (or not) of studying it as a subject at university. (Don’t worry there is no right or wrong answer here!)
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Warwick Students taking part in a Research Workshop 12 March 2018