Put your learning into practice and collaborate with faculty and local communities to provide the most vital resource to those most in need. Learn about the unique challenges of global clean water initiatives while you work to develop practical, long-lasting solutions.
Reactivation of Ancient Water Delivery System in Jordan
- Calvin archeology and engineering students team up with Jordanian experts to restore an ancient water system and supply water to a community experiencing scarcity.
Water Disinfection in Ecuador
- Calvin chemistry, engineering, and psychology students work with NGOs and local governments to establish best practices for disinfecting and delivering water.
Water Filter Distribution in Liberia
- Calvin statistics, GIS, and public health students work alongside Liberian NGOs to map the distribution of water filters and analyze their impact on public health.
Water Capture and Filtration in Honduras
- Calvin geology students and faculty investigate springs and water features to capture more water. Next, they’ll improve access to point source filtration.
Geophysics and Well-Siting
- Calvin computer science students work with local communities to build a low-cost and easy-to-use instrumentation and software to identify future drilling sites for wells.
Sawyer Water Filter Analysis
- Calvin biology students work alongside faculty to assess the long-term effectiveness of Sawyer PointOne water filters.