EWH is committed to inspiring future generations of biomedical engineers to take on the challenges of healthcare technology in the developing world.
While much of our work is with university students, we have also developed a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) teaching program for students, with a variety of curricula designed for different settings, ages, and program lengths. Our teaching program, funded by Biogen Idec Foundation, is designed to foster elementary, middle and high school students’ enthusiasm for STEM fields and raise awareness of global healthcare infrastructure needs.
EWH also partners with Girls Engineering Change, a program that works with Girl Scouts and other girls' groups to encourage the pursuit of STEM education and careers.
EWH STEM programs introduce challenges in healthcare delivery in developing countries and demonstrate through hands-on learning how science, technology, engineering and math can help to solve these global challenges.
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