The recently published book, Field Guide to Environmental Engineering for Development Workers: Water, Sanitation, and Indoor Air, will be presented. This book was designed to be exactly what Engineers Without Borders members have been looking for: an overview of water, sanitation, and indoor air quality projects which incorporates community participation and public health.
Biography - Elizabeth Myre:
Elizabeth A. Myre is an international water and sanitation program manager. Her most recent employment took place in Haiti. She received an M.S. in Environmental Engineering from Michigan Technological University. As a graduate student, her involvement with Engineers Without Borders and an internship with UNICEF took her to Guatemala, Bolivia, and India. Elizabeth’s multi-disciplinary approach to engineering stems from her undergraduate education in Linguistics, Foreign Languages, and International Development from Ohio State University.