April 9, 2013 - Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX
Tuesday's activities included many outdoor workshops on the Cox/Caruth green. "The Water Tap: A Water Distribution Camp" allowed visitors to experience social and technical innovations in water distribution. Designed by SMU engineering student Kaycee Morganto, the structure was modeled after a water system in a refugee camp.
SMU professor Faith Nibbs' Intro to Cultural Anthropology class gathered on the outdoor stage to discuss their class projects, where students interviewed area refugees about their experiences with water. The students also heard a presentation by Chris Temple, co-founder of Living on One, who lived on $1 a day for eight weeks in rural Guatemala.
Two afternoon panel discussions were followed up by an outdoor reception. The evening concluded with a screening of the documentary film "Living on One."
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