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GEO Club Helps Build Navajo Nation Homes

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Published on Aug 14, 2012

BYU's Global Engineering Outreach (GEO) Club recently worked with Design Build Bluff to help construct homes for Navajo families in Bluff, Utah. The students also learned about Navajo culture from Loren Crank Sr. of the Navajo Nation. The homes were designed by graduate architecture students from the University of Utah, who are partners in the Design Build Bluff project.
David Morgan - BYU Professor Industrial Design
Geoff Foulk - BYU Chemical Engineering Student, Co-President GEO Club
Erin Hamson - BYU Mechanical Engineering Student, Vice President of Activities GEO Club
Donald Peterson - BYU Chemical Engineering Student, member GEO Club
Bahaar Kalra - BYU Civil Engineering Student, member GEO Club
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Loren Crank Sr. From the Navajo Nation

Video by Brian Wilcox (producer/video photographer/editor)

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