To contact EWB-OSU, please direct email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact any of our elected members directly:
As President, her duties are to oversee the successful growth of the program and act as a liaison between EWB-OSU, OSU, and the College of Engineering.
Vice President: Manasi Vyas
I’m Manasi, a chemical engineering major. My future goal is to work in the renewable energy sector and help mitigate the effects of climate change. My other passion lies in humanitarian engineering, as I want to do my part as an engineer to make other’s lives better in impoverished regions. My hobbies include reading, rock climbing, playing the flute, and astronomy.
Treasurer: Nikita Rozanov
I am a 2nd-year student studying Bioengineering. As treasurer, I handle all club transactions, including donations, expenditures, and reimbursements. I joined EWB during my first year at OSU because I was interested in applying and developing engineering skills while engaging in humanitarian work abroad. Outside of EWB, I enjoy rock climbing, reading, participating in other student clubs, exploring new places to eat, and spending time outdoors.
Secretary: Nicole Partch
Executive Board Member: Bhargavi Korlipara
Dr. Nordica MacCarty is an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Oregon State University where she is an active contributor to the growing humanitarian engineering program. Her research is focused on the design and evaluation of clean water and energy projects with particular attention to user issues including usability and sensor-based monitoring. More Information: Webpage Link
Dr. Navab is an environmental engineer interested in the inactivation, growth and persistence of bacterial pathogens in the environment and treatment processes. She investigates these problems with microbiology, molecular biology, process engineering and statistics. Dr. Navab grew up in Tehran, where she studied and practiced environmental engineering in hydro-energy construction. She then moved to Montreal to study bacterial inactivation and regrowth in biosolids land-application after electro-dewatering. Afterwards, she went to Zurich for postdoctoral research to examine E. coli ecology in environmental reservoirs in Bangladesh and Zimbabwe. More Information: Webpage Link
Alternatively, you may send mail to the following address:
School of CBEE
103 Gleeson Hall
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-2702