Publications


U of R engineering student talks about extraordinary experience in Ghana

“Development is one of the most complex industries in the world,” Van Betuw said.
Written by: Kerry BenJoe
Posted on Marc 26, 2013 | THE LEADERPOST

Successful turnover wins honored

The University of Regina’s Engineers Without Boarders (EWB) chapter received an honorable mention at the recent 2013 EWB National Conference in Calgary.
Written by: Iryn Tushabe
Posted on January 31, 2013 | THE CARILLON

To Ghana and Back

University of Regina student, Nathan Van-Betuw, is back in Regina after a four-month volunteer work-study placement in Ghana.
Written by: Iryn Tushabe
Posted on October 4, 2012 | THE CARILLON

Engineers Without Borders

The professions of engineering and geoscience are not just about nuts and bolts; they are about making real, tangible differences in the lives of people around us.
Written by: Branden Reece & Adumo Fiabema
Published on September/October 2012 | The Professional Edge: issue 137

How working overseas creates a home

“It’s hard to make a big impact that way, but they do what
they can” – Ali Molaro
By: Martin Charlton Communications
Published on March/April 2012 | The Professional Edge: issue 137

International volunteers are ‘soothing [their] own conscience’

Instead of truly supporting struggling country’s economies
Written by: Frank Elechi
Posted on NOVEMBER 24, 2011 | THE CARILLON

Taking the humanitarian gesture a step further

U of R student Ali Molaro is taking her volunteering from Regina to Malawi
Written by: Frank Elechi
Posted on MARCH 3, 2011 | THE CARILLON

Blazing a trail

Engineers Without Borders Regina share their perspective
Written by: Frank Elechi
Posted on JANUARY 6, 2011 | THE CARILLON


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