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Launching celebration of our ENHANCE Humanitarian Engineering Network of Experts!

The University of West Attica (UNIWA) celebrated the launching of our very own ENHANCE Humanitarian Engineering Network of Experts.

The Vice Chancellor UNIWA, Professor Panagiotis Kaldis, acknowledging the importance of bringing together expertise to address the world' biggest challenges invited experts and subjects specialists across all disciplines stated,

This Network of Experts represents an earnest appeal for cooperation, inventive thinking, and the pooled knowledge and skills necessary to address the most urgent contemporary challenges, with the aim of shaping a future of equity and inclusion.

See the press release from UNIWA hereLink opens in a new window.

Find out about our network hereLink opens in a new window.

ENHANCE Concluding Symposium

Hosted by the Institution of Civil Engineers, the Concluding Symposium of ENHANCE occurred on 21 April 2023 in London, UK

In a momentous one-day event held at the prestigious Institute of Civil Engineers in London, the Enhance Concluding Symposium brought together project partners to celebrate the successful outcomes and impact of the project. The symposium showcased the transformative power of ENHANCE in curriculum development, staff and student experience and marked the commitment to our sustained application in various fields.

Find out more about our Concluding Symposium hereLink opens in a new window.

Mon 01 May 2023, 11:30 | Tags: education, impact, engineering, output, symposium, teaching and learning

ENHANCE Taster Event (UK)

Our second ENHANCE taster event that took place in Coventry UK, 27 February – 8 March 2023, organized by the University of Warwick. The event included a Conference for showcasing humanitarian engineering education and research, titled “Engineering and Science for Deeply Uncertain Times”, project management activities, design and make activities with students, training on sustainable education, educational trips to sustainable communities (e.g. Hockerton housing project) and field trip to the Warwick Crop Centre for sustainable agriculture, horticulture and food security discussions and activities. Almost 40 lecturers from the partner institutions joined the event activities. ENHANCE Training Kit, ENHANCE app and ENHANCE Taxonomy were widely introduced to lecturers. More awareness about innovative pedagogical approaches in humanitarian engineering was raised.

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