Presented by the Seattle University Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability in partnership with the EMGE School of Engineering.
Students will work in Belo Horizonte, Brazil for a two-week workshop presented by professionals from Brazil and the US. The primary focus of this summer experience will be the design and construction of a greenhouse-scale aquaponics system at EMGE’s Campus #2. Additional topics will include an introduction to solar array design, net-zero building design and sustainable materials.
Program Fee: The program fee of $2350 includes room, board and ground transportation, and it is due by March 20, 2019. Airfare is not included.
Registration: Space is limited. To apply for the workshop, please send a letter of interest to: Dr. Phillip Thompson, email@example.com.
EMGE's Campus #2 is where students will work and be housed.