Green Empowerment is a Portland-based NGO that works with local partners around the world to strengthen communities by delivering renewable energy and safe clean water.
Details on this unpaid internship are available here:
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Our friends at Aprovecho Research Center in Cottage Grove, Oregon are looking for an undergraduate engineer to help with design and testing of biomass cookstoves this summer. Working with a second intern from the Beijing University of Chemical Technology, the interns will conduct water boiling tests (WBT) of cook stoves using the ARC Laboratory Emissions Monitoring System (LEMS), process data from tests using MS Excel, maintain the test fuel supply, and maintain the LEMS.
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Join Dr. MacCarty and students from across campus in Guatemala this September!
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Three OSU humanitarian engineering graduate students -- Jen Ventrella, Grace Burleson, and Nick Moses and their mentor Dr.