EWB Rutgers is Recognized by em[POWER] and the Engineering Governing Coucil

Engineers Without Borders Rutgers was awarded first place in em[POWER]'s Students for Service competition at their "Wasteland to Homeland" event. The prize includes $500, which will be used to help fund our international projects.

The Rutgers Engineering Governing Coucil recognized Engineers Without Borders Rutgers as the "Most Active Engineering Society" for the 2009-10 academic year.

EWB-USA Awards $2,000 Grant to Guatemala Project

EWB-USA Rutgers' Guatemala Project, Water Supply in NSCI, recently received a grant for $2,000 from EWB-USA. These funds will be used for either the upcoming assessment trip in August or the planned implementation in January 2011.

Full list of EWB-USA grants

First Annual Retreat 2010 Review

EWB-USA Rutgers held a retreat to wrap up a productive and successful two semesters. Besides from team building activities like canoeing and a Low Ropes Course at Rutgers, they reflected on the events of the past year, discussed the current states of the three international projects, passed on the jobs from the old e-board to the new e-board, and did a mind-mapping sessions to plan the next year.


retreat group pic

Rutgers Day 2010 Review

At the second annual Rutgers Day, the EWB-Rutgers table featured posters describing our three projects, a pump demonstration for children to understand how engineering is involved in our projects, a fund raiser, and the best group of people on campus.



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