APSC 150 Lect 1-2 Sept2010 Part I Nobo

APSC 150 Lect 1-2 Sept2010 Part I Nobo - What really...

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Case I: Not just technical skills -Things I wish I knew when I was a student 14 th Sept., 2010 Portrait of Queen Marie Antoinette Source: Internet photo What really “helping people” means in engineering.
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What is Engineering anyway? -> Lect #1 How to be an Engineer? -> Lect #1 Attributes/Program-level learning outcomes (PLOs) -> Lect #1 Engineering Professionalism and Ethics -> Lab 1-1 Global issues Sustainability Engineering Number Sense -> Lect #5 My life as Turbulence? -> Lect #6 Other bits and pieces. ....
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What is CIDA? The Canadian International Development Agency CIDA’s Mission: Lead Canada's international effort to help people living in poverty. CIDA’s Mandate: Manage Canada's support and resources effectively and accountably to achieve meaningful, sustainable results and engage in policy development in Canada and internationally, enabling Canada's effort to realize its development objectives. Canadian International Development Agency www.cida.gc.ca
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Worldwide, the number of people in developing countries living on less than $1 a day fell to 980 million in 2004-down from 1.25 billion in 1990. The proportion of people living in extreme poverty fell from nearly one third to 19 percent over this period. * At a tree nursery operated by Ghana's Ministry of Food and Agriculture, men and women plant seeds in a project providing farmers with information about agricultural techniques in order to improve their income. Progress has been made in getting more children into school in the developing world. Enrolment in primary education grew from 80 percent in 1991 to 88 percent in 2005.
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APSC 150 Lect 1-2 Sept2010 Part I Nobo - What really...

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