Engineers are problem solvers. It’s just what comes naturally. And Case Western Reserve University engineers are some of the best in their fields when it comes to addressing the challenges faced in communities around the world.
Our engineering students are active members of the global community and use their skills (and some sweat) to put their education to work for others.
How CWRU engineers are putting their skills to use around the world
- A water distribution system in Cruce de Blanco, Dominican Republic
- A solar installation project with Malawi’s Kasungu National Park
- Insulated vaccine carriers, pediatric pulse oximeters, medical waste disposal and more in Uganda
- A cohort of multidisciplinary VentureWell Fellows focused on bringing technology-based inventions to market for low-resource settings
Are you ready to create solutions and share them with the world? At CWRU, we are ready to work with you to do some good.