The Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering will send two different teams to Guatemala this May. One will focus on building a bridge, while the other will implement running water systems.
The past few years, engineering teams supported Project Ulpan through bridge design and construction, water projects, and various other needs. Project Ulpan is a strategic territorial approach to community development such that each community member has access to a life of dignity without being hinder by the needs of four sectors: (1) water and public health, (2) education, (3) local economic development and (4) human rights awareness and representation.
Dates: Summer 2014