Dec. 12, 2022
General Engineering at Swansea University wins innovation award
General Engineering at Swansea University has been named a winner at the Engineering Talent Awards for Innovation of the Year 2022.
Powered by EqualEngineers, in partnership with Metro, Royal Academy of Engineering and McLaren Racing, the awards celebrate the diversity of the engineering and technology profession on a national platform.
The Department of General Engineering received the award, sponsored by Network Rail, for its social justice learning and assessment strategy.
The MSc in Sustainable Engineering Management for International Development, led by Xiaojun Yin, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, combines insights and tools from the social sciences and engineering, helping students better centre justice in their decision-making.
The course has been developed in collaboration with Swansea University's Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and The Prince's Foundation, incorporating techniques introduced by Dr Catherine Groves and furthered by Teaching Tutor Gabrielle Orbaek White as part of her doctoral studies with Dr Patricia Xavier and Dr Elaine Forde.
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Content added on 12th December 2022.
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