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*[ Education for Child Laborers] - [[User:Isis Trenchard|Isis Trenchard]], [[User:Spoorthy Gudavalli|Spoorthy Gudavalli]], [[User:Stephanie Y. Orci|Stephanie Y. Orci]], and [[User:Jennifer Ge|Jennifer Ge]]
*[ Children Education] - [[User:Pouya Feizpour|Pouya Feizpour]], [[User:Paul Rezvani|Paul Rezvani]], [[User:Matthew K. Hogan|Matthew K. Hogan]], [[User:Athra Kaviani|Athra Kaviani]]
*[ Water and Implications] and [ Water Travel Destinations] - [[User: Susannah R Payne|Susannah R Payne]]

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BME377T: Social Entrepreneurship & Engineering

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Spring 2008

Instructors: Randi Voss, Huda Abdul-Razzak, Jenny Nguyen
Unique: 13969      M/W      5-6:30p      GAR 0.120
Prereqs: Upper-division standing
Course Description: Interdisciplinary course exploring entrepreneurial and engineering solutions to local, domestic, and international issues. Course includes learning to analyze problems identified by the class and communicating their importance strategically to target audiences, then creating and presenting proposals for “innovations for the good.”

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