International Water Project

LAST 440/LAST 550/ABE 450
Fingers touching water, causing ripples in the water. (John Salatas / CC BY-SA)

This is a two-semester course (FA20, SP21) where students will help design a water distribution system for a rural Honduran community addressing the political, social, cultural, and technical considerations. Working closely with professionals and alumni mentors, students will learn what makes international engineering projects successful and will have the opportunity to travel to Honduras during Winter 2021.

Credit Hours: 4
Professor: Ann-Perry Witmer –
Day/Time: Tuesday, Thursday 11:00AM – 12:20PM