Husain Tapia

Co-Project Coordinators 

When I joined Engineering I, I was initially a bit nervous. Engineering has a reputation of being very technical with a lot of problems involving a physics and mathematics background. For that reason I initially joined EWB because to me it represented the more human side of engineering. Even though at EWB we are not applying technical engineering skills we are still employing key engineering principles such as thinking of stakeholders and applying quantifiable metrics.

Over the past 3 years I have been in charge of the member learnings sessions, weekly workshops that EWB holds for general members that describe different parts of EWB for our newest members!

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