Kavinda Udugama ’09 Uses Knowledge and Experience to Encourage Economic Sustainability in Struggling Communities
He, Lori Gonzalez ’10, and Katherine Reeves ’10 present new project’s progress at Clinton Global Initiative University Conference this weekend By Hristiana Eneva ’10 Hristiana Eneva ’10 writes from the Clinton Global Initiative University Conference in New Orleans: A native of Sri Lanka, Kavinda Udugama ’09 has witnessed long years of civil unrest and has [...]
Students to Facilitate Economic and Social Entrepreneurship in Honduran Villages and New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward
They will present information on their new Economic Empowerment and Global Learning Project this week at Bill Clinton’s inaugural Global Initiative University conference From a pilot project that began through Lafayette’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB), the newly formed Economic Empowerment and Global Learning Project (EEGLP) will combine engineering and economics and business to [...]
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