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When:
13 September, 2016

Location:
Engineering Lecture Theatre 1, UWA

Organised by:
Engineers Without Borders


Not quite sure what Corporate Social Responsibility is?
Interested to know about how the oil and gas industry works in a humanitarian manner?
Want to have a more insightful look of how the large companies withstand social responsibility in engineering?

This semester, Engineers Without Borders Australia will be hosting a workshop panel regarding corporate social responsibility in the oil and gas industry. There will be guest speakers from both Shell and Woodside, two of the largest companies in the Oil and Gas Industry. It is a great opportunity to learn more on this topic and gain valuable skills to become a well-rounded graduate student, whilst broadening your network with these companies. This is an event not to be missed, so sign up quick!!

WHEN: 12:45-1:50PM (Speakers will start at 1pm sharp) Tuesday, 13th September (Week 7)
WHERE: Engineering Lecture Theatre 1, UWA
COST: FREE!

On the day there will be:
- Presentations from Meredith Prior, representative from Shell and Katy Garcia, representative from Woodside
- Question and Answer session
- FREE PIZZA after the event

Sign up using the link below:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfYOaFZ8jVtqXgFs4iwOoWJbX8n-7qPiFnh8ccM7wcwX5xTMQ/viewform

Please let us know if you have any food or dietary requirements. This is an alcohol and drug free event for ALL AGES.
Hope to see you there!