The project Circular Design was presented in New Jersey within EESD18 conference

On June 5 the project Circular Design was presented in New Jersey (USA) within the Engineering Education in Sustainable Development 2018 Conference (EESD18), an open forum for the discussion and sharing of ideas and methods in teaching practices and curriculum advances in engineering education for sustainability.

Adam DeEyto, professor and head of school of the University of Limerick, was the person in charge of explaining the Circular Design project, highlighting its main goals, stakeholders and other relevant information such as the internships participated by students from different regions or the Best practices publication.

The theme of EESD18 – Creating the Holistic Engineer – has been focused on the reality that current and future engineers cannot work in silos and that the broader understanding of the complexity of all human activity is crucial for the development of sound engineering practices. The conference was hosted by Rowan University, a leading public institution in Southern New Jersey.



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