Recent grad Corey Norton isn’t new to the concepts of global health. He grew up in a family that values sustainability, science, and contributing to the greater good, and he knew from an early age that he would pursue a career that could help make the world a better place. But what cemented his appreciation for global health’s core principles was his involvement with Rutgers’ student chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB-Rutgers). Norton, a two-time School of Engineering graduate (2018 and 2020) whose bachelor’s and master’s degrees are in electrical and computer engineering, has helped with and led projects related to water distribution systems in resource-limited settings in Tanzania and Guatemala, as well as smart irrigation systems for community gardens in low-income neighborhoods in Camden, New Jersey. To read the full story.
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