Humanitarian Engineering in Australia & New Zealand: Past, Present, and a Way Forward

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Abstract: This paper examines the state of Humanitarian Engineering in Australia and New Zealand, developed through desktop research and interviews. It catalogues the various educational offerings offered by universities and outlines the current and future challenges to the ecosystem as identified through interviews with key academics.

Recommended Citation: Keogh, R., Birzer, C., Brown, N., Cheng, E., Machado, M., Newman, C., Opdyke, A., Smith, J., Stoakley, A., Turner, J. (2020) Humanitarian Engineering in Australia & New Zealand: Past, Present, and a Way Forward. Burleson, G. (Ed.), Engineering for Change.

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    E4C Fellow (Engineering for Change)

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    Senior Lecturer (University of Adelaide)

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    Lecturer in Humanitarian Engineering (RMIT University)

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    Senior Lecturer (University of Technology Sydney)

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    E4C Program Manager (Engineering for Change)

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    E4C Expert Fellow (Engineering for Change)

  • Lecturer in Humanitarian Engineering

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    Senior Lecturer (Australian National University)

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    Engineering Education Manager (EWB Australia)

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    Director of Community Partnerships in the STEM Practice Academy (Swinburne University of Technology)

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