GlobalResolve Club

at , Mesa, 85212 United States

GlobalResolve works together with a range of partners to develop sustainable technologies and programs in the areas of energy, clean water, and local economic needs.


GlobalResolve Club

Mesa , AZ 85212
United States
Contact Phone
P: (480) 727-1062
Website
http://globalresolve.asu.edu/

Opening time

  • Mondays: 18:00- 19:00
  • Wednesdays: 18:00- 19:00

General Info

President: Michelle Marcos Adviser: Dr. Mark Henderson V.P. Peer-mentor: *Polytechnic Campus* Treasurer: Secretary: *Tempe Campus* Treasurer: Secretary:

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Hi guys, just a reminder that our first meeting of the year is tomorrow morning at 8:00 am in Changemaker Central at the Polytechnic campus! See you there!

Published on 2014-08-26 04:35:24 GMT

Hello all, Michelle Marco, GR Club President here! I just wanted to wish everyone good luck on the upcoming academic year. This semester, club meetings are scheduled for every Tuesday at 8:00 am (what better way to start off your day?). Meetings will be held in Changemaker Central at the Polytechnic campus, and will also be on conference call, should anyone from other campuses want to be involved. If you have any questions or want to get more involved, feel free to contact us through the GlobalResolve Facebook page! Thank you all, and good luck! Michelle Marco

Published on 2014-08-21 18:46:44 GMT

GlobalResolve is leading a study abroad trip to Trinidad and Tobago starting this week for three weeks. The team of 18 students and 6 faculty and staff will be working with Univ of the West Indies to study ocean wave energy harvesting and taking wave data on a boat, analyzing and writing it up and submitting it for publication. The third week the team will collaborate with farmers on Tobago to improve cassava crop production. We hope you come with us next time. Catch up with the group by searching for Trinidad & Tobago 2014: Global Sustainability Studies Program on Facebook.

Published on 2014-05-21 02:13:07 GMT

Everyone don't forget our meeting at 2:00 pm today!!

Published on 2014-03-26 19:11:03 GMT

Also, the new meeting time for the club is 2:00 pm, Wednesday, at Polytechnic's ChangeMaker Central. Please join us at our meetings!

Published on 2014-03-24 19:28:58 GMT

Don't forget to stop by Changemaker central in Tempe tomorrow night for our SUMMIT ON GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY ! They'll be free food, guest speakers, and most importantly like minded students! So come break out and be a part of something bigger than yourself!:)!

Published on 2013-02-11 20:24:39 GMT

There will be two GlobalResolve study abroad trips in summer 2014 (each probably late May/early June for 3 weeks): Ghana and Trinidad/Tobago. Students in both trips will be immersed in the culture and do a project in a community to help improve the quality of life for those in poverty. Please email globalresolve@asu.edu if you would like more information.

Published on 2013-10-23 17:34:47 GMT

We are planning to start up the GlobalResolve Club again this semester, so stay tuned. The GlobalResolve program has grown to 300 students working on 70 projects this school year in 10 countries. The Engineering and Computing Systems department at ASU is starting a concentration in Humanitarian Engineering starting fall 2014 with GlobalResolve as the centerpiece. We are excited and want the Club to be a way for all students to be involved. Check back soon. If you want a copy of our August Newsletter, email globalresolve@asu.edu and ask for a digital copy to be emailed to you.

Published on 2013-10-11 03:49:30 GMT

IMPORTANT: tomorrow's meeting is cancelled!! Sorry for the late notice, enjoy sleeping in!

Published on 2014-09-30 04:54:31 GMT

Hello everyone! For those of you who don't know me, my name is Michelle Marco and I am the new president of the GlobalResolve Club. My goal is to bring students together of all disciplines (whether it be engineering, business, health, botany, teaching, literature, etc.) in order to uphold our organization's mission in the most efficient way possible. When doing a project associated with sustainable solutions to socio-economic issues world-wide, I believe it is of utmost importance to get as many different viewpoints as possible to ensure the success of the project. I also envision a club who can give students the opportunity, who may not have had one otherwise, to experience these once-in-a-lifetime projects and trips. I also encourage anyone who is a part of the GlobalResolve Program (rather than the club) to join us at our meetings in order to get the word out about your project, get more people involved in your cause, or to get any additional feedback needed from different viewpoints on your project. The club's first project is the Project in Peru! More updates on that later. Thank you so much for taking the time to read this! Regards, Michelle Marco