- published: 12 Apr 2012
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Lweendo is a Zambian Student that graduated in Chemical Engineering from the Faculty of Science and technical in Fez, Morocco. She has some words of advice for us pertaining to her journey through Chemical Engineering.
Erasmus Experience in Messina Soumaya El Barrak (MOROCCO) - PhD Student in Telecommunications Engineering Engineering and Computer Science - ECS UNIME https://www.facebook.com/ecsunime/ University of Messina, Sicily - ITALY http://www.unime.it
To learn more: https://tinyurl.com/y7v8ggq7 Concentrating Solar Power, CSP, is huge in Morocco. Literally, it’s huge. Panels almost the size of tennis courts stretch across acres of desert at the 4 Noor plants in Ouarzazate, providing enough power to light up Marrakesh at night. Learn how it’s done, what it means to the Moroccan economy and how it can be an attractive option for other countries in the region.
Penn State engineering students and faculty visited Morocco in summer 2010 to put in place three different engineering design projects. Two of the teams devised systems to improve communities' water quality, and the third group offered a solution for better workplace seating at a women's cooperative. Curtis Chan, coordinator of college relations for the College of Engineering, traveled with the group and offers a summary of the students' applications of their engineering efforts in a global environment.
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Here's part 4 of our Morocco video diary. Visit and subscribe to our website for the most up to date blog entries, information and travel tips: Website - www.fromthevinetraveltime.com Instagram - www.instagram.com/fromthevinetraveltime/ Feel free to contact us with any questions, we're here to help! Accommodations visited: Kasbah Africa http://www.kasbahafrica.com/ Shooting & Editing by Katie Vine Music by James Vine (FTV Engineering) For inquiries, email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Here's part 1 of our Morocco video diary. Visit and subscribe to our website for the most up to date blog entries, information and travel tips: Website - www.fromthevinetraveltime.com Instagram - www.instagram.com/fromthevinetraveltime/ Feel free to contact us with any questions, we're here to help! Accommodations visited: Rabat - Superbe Villa Quartier Ambassador (Air BnB) https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/3957882 Shooting & Editing by Katie Vine Music by James Vine (FTV Engineering) For inquiries, email - email@example.com
See the giving page website to see more photos and videos of the 2017 VA trips: https://honors.engin.umich.edu/giving-to-honors/giving/
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Morocco’s recent economic development, which has seen a substantial growth in tourism and agriculture, has created additional pressure on the country’s water resources. Making the best use of resources in an ecological and sustainable manner was one of the key elements in a $1.4 billion program supported by the African Development Bank (AFDB), and across the country drinking water is now available to 15 million more people.
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Direct engineering assistance was provided to the University of Fès, Morocco, a member of the Moroccan Research and Education Network (MARWAN) in conjunction with the MARWAN-NSRC Network Monitoring, Management and Security Workshop that took place in Marrakech, Morocco from March 26-30, 2012. Engineers and ICT professionals of Morocco joined NSRC trainers to gain hands-on experience with the rapidly changing tools needed to manage networks. Engineering assistance was provided in a collaborative side-by-side manner to ensure the transfer of skills and to meet the needs and concerns of the resident staff that provide long-term support.