Humanitarian Engineering and Social Entrepreneurship Research Program

The HESE program conducts research in several areas including frugal innovation, context-driven design, social entrepreneurship pedagogies, systems thinking, telemedicine, cellphones, social networks & trust, indigenousknowledge systems, innovation in engineering education, etc. HESE specifically welcomes undergraduate students across all disciplines to participate in ongoing research initiatives that lead to journal articles and peer-reviewed conference proceedings. Over 30 students are currently engaged in various research projects.

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