In May of 2014, five ESWB exec members traveled to Boston, Massachusetts to attend the 2014 Humanitarian Technology Conference. During the conference, we met many humanitarian experts and fellow students who have found ways to turn their technical skills towards humanitarian issues with incredible results. We are incredibly excited to develop the relationships we have… Read more »
04/27/14 Recap – pros/cons of Project Pitch Night? It worked really well Maybe have longer time sessions for people to talk Find a different location with a lot of wall space Have neater food (not drumsticks) Upcoming Schedule 4/28 5:00-8:30pm, Barracks – Chipotle Fundraiser shuttle service from Rice Wilson & Constance man people at Chipotle… Read more »
04/20/14 Recap – how was Garden Party, Angels, Build Day, StudCo and Sustainabanquet? EIC We can publicize through them as long as we keep in touch networking between organizations Upcoming Schedule 4/21 – Project Pitch Night – 5 pm, Ern Commons Ben: one projector booked through SAC. can you get it beforehand? five projectors booked… Read more »
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