UM alumnus Ethan Shirley and UM student Micaela McCabe explain the engineering behind a sand-based water filter to Brazilian students in a small rural town of Congas. The U-M based student organization Pantanal Partnership conducts a series of basic engineering and water sanitation workshops at the schools in the towns of Congas and Chumbo! 
(Photo by Marcin Szczepanski/Multimedia Producer, College of Engineering)

UM alumnus Ethan Shirley and UM student Micaela McCabe explain the engineering behind a sand-based water filter to Brazilian students in a small rural town of Congas. The U-M based student organization Pantanal Partnership conducts a series of basic engineering and water sanitation workshops at the schools in the towns of Congas and Chumbo!

(Photo by Marcin Szczepanski/Multimedia Producer, College of Engineering)

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