Great new book on changing the world as a career!
Khanjan Mehta (Director of the Humanitarian Engineering and Social Entrepreneurship (HESE) Program and Assistant Professor of Engineering Design at Penn State University) has just published a new book called “Solving Problems that Matter and Getting Paid for It!” It’s about the overlap between STEM careers, social innovation, and global sustainable development, and I have a chapter in it!
You can buy it on Amazon here, or find it at your local independent bookstore. My chapter aside, the book contains chapters from 54 experts from USAID, Peace Corps, MIT, Engineers Without Borders, FHI360, and others who offer practical insights into the options available for people who want to make a career out of making the world a better place.
If this site is as useful to you as a book you might have paid for please consider buying my Kindle eBook, which contains much of the content from this site, thoughtfully formatted for off-line reading on a Kindle, iPad, laptop, or other e-reader. It’s $7.99, and honestly, what can you get for that these days? Get it here.