Bernard Amadei

Bernard Amadei

Happy Spring Break! Check out this amazing news -- on Monday, April 2, join us at a lecture by the founder of EWB-USA, Dr. Bernard Amadei! Come out to the Fiber Optics Auditorium on Busch Campus at 7PM.

Who wouldn't take this amazing opportunity to see Bernard Amadei here at Rutgers? Let us know if you'll be coming as many of us will be there, too.

If you have yet to get involved, this is a good time to get started and the experience is great alone.

This insightful lecture from such an inspirational speaker is open to all at Rutgers, engineers and non-engineers alike, so be sure to bring some friends.

See the event listing here, plus more details after the jump!

I Am Rutgers Interview with EWB-USA Rutgers
I Am Rutgers had a chance to sit down with a few of the dedicated members to talk about their organization and how they use their manpower to have a local and global impact.

Read the full the interview we did with I Am Rutgers.

See more of us in the news in Press.


Movie Night and Future Dates

Happy new year and welcome to new and returning members alike!

This Wednesday, February 22nd we will be having our chapter meeting at which we will show Thailand Untapped. So come hang out with us, eat some popcorn, bring a friend, and take a look into the work some of our members did in partnering with the community members of Nong Bua, Thailand.


From the Rutgers Writers House, the Office of Undergraduate Education, the Rutgers Engineering School, Busch campus Dean Thomas Papathomas, College Avenue campus Dean Matt Matsuda, and Cook campus Dean Rick Ludescher.

A few safe the dates to keep in mind –

We're proud to announce that the Bechtel and CDM Smith have locked in sponsorships with us for our 4th Annual Golf Outing! Be prepared for a fun day of golfing, networking, food & drink, contests, and prizes and come join us on Monday, April 23rd.

Register here before April and pass it on to your family and friends who want a great excuse to have some fun on the green of the Rutgers University Golf Course to benefit water supply projects in Camden, Thailand, Guatemala, and Kenya. Visit ewb.rutgers.edu/golf.

Professor Bernard Amadei, the founder of our parent organization EWB-USA, will be visiting the University as part of the Mason Welch Gross Lecture Series. The lecture will be on Monday, April 2, so stay tuned for more information!

Thailand Untapped at NJ Film Festival



Watch the Thailand Untapped Trailer

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