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ABE 232 - Context Intl Interventions

Last offered Spring 2024

Official Description

This multi-disciplinary course will examine a new approach to infrastructure engineering for alternately developed societies that seeks to counteract the disconnects and differing objectives among project stakeholders that result in lack of infrastructure sustainability and resiliency. Using a case study from Western Africa, the course will consider the impact of globalization, the attitudes of industrialized societies, and the role of place-based knowledge in designing and implementing infrastructure interventions for rural societies. Course Information: Same as AFST 233.

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Context Intl InterventionsAW76255OLC31300 - 1450 M W F    Ann-Perry Witmer
Emily Lawson-Bulten