Engineering & Humanity Week In The News

Green Source DFW

Harvey Lacey builds a house using Ubuntu bricks made of recycled plastic

KDAF-TV (Ch. 33-Dallas)

Green Team SMU

The Dallas Morning News

New Businesses Should Be  Ready for Plan B

Voice of America

Refugee Camp Springs Up on US University Campus

AOL News

Segway Inventor Dean Kamen Recieves Humanitarian Award

KERA-90.1 FM (NPR-Dallas)

SMU Students Live In Their Refugee Huts

WFAA-TV (ABC-Dallas)

Dallas Group Helping Children Get Clean Water

The Dallas Morning News

SMU Honors A True Visionary

Segway Inventor To Receive Humanitarian Award in Dallas

Hunt Institute to Build Third World Village on SMU Campus

As SMU Marks 100 Years, It's Aiming For The Top Tier (April 10 photo)

The Dallas Observer

At SMU’s Living Village, Harvey Lacey Demos A House Built One Plastic Bag At A Time

What Can You Do With An Old Shipping Container? Turn It Into The EandH Commissary

KXAS-TV (NBC-Dallas)

SMU Students Build 'Refugee Camp' on Campus

The New York Times

Ethical Engineering-No Oxymoron

SMU Daily Campus

Internationalizing SMU

Engineering and Humanity Week brings ideas, innovation to solve third world problems

Texas inventor turns trash into innovative solution

Audio Slideshow: Engineering and Humanity Week Brings Living Village To Life

The Living Village: A Video Tour

Sustainable Village Comes  To Life Through Engineering

Video: SMU students participate in "The Living Village"

SMU Daily Mustang

Engineering and Humanity Week at SMU: Students Take on a Third-World Experience

Yahoo!

Inventor Dean Kamen To Receive Inaugural Hunt Institute Visionary Award  

NeighborsGo

Gensler Dallas: Curator of The Living Village

Living Village Blog

SMU Students: Tell Us Your Living Living Village Adventure On The SMU Adventures Blog

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Special screenings: films you won't want to miss

Engineering & Humanity Week 2011 will feature these outstanding documentary films:

Monday, 7:15 p.m., Caruth Hall, Hillcrest Amphitheater

American Idealist: The Story of Sargent Shriver

PBS Documentary, 90 minutes

Writer/Director/Producer: Bruce Orenstein

Sargent Shriver invented a string of social initiatives that shaped an era and dared millions of young Americans to live out their ideals. Those who knew him— Bill Moyers, Andrew Young, political commentator Mark Shields, and so many others — have spoken of Shriver in the same breath as Martin Luther King, Jr.,  calling him a visionary of deep humanity who helped create a more just society.

 

Tuesday, 7 p.m., Angelika Film Center

Bag It   

Documentary, 78 minutes; Purchase tickets, $10

Producer/Director: Suzan Beraza

An average guy makes a resolution to stop using plastic bags at the grocery store. Little does he know that this simple decision will change his life completely. He comes to the conclusion that our consumptive use of plastic has finally caught up to us, and looks at what we can do about it.

 

Wednesday, 7 p.m., The Living Village

The New Recruits

PBS, Documentary, 60 minutes

Producers/Directors: Seth Kramer, Daniel A. Miller & Jeremy Newberger

The New Recruits takes an unflinching look at social enterprise, a movement touted as the new alternative to charity – its ideals, practitioners, and realities. The result is an evocative ride along a road paved with good intentions.

Reader Comments (2)

The New Recruits - my favourite movie! I watch it every time I have to do my essay writing ! Because this movie really inspires me!

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