Club Description

The mission of EWB OSU is simple, to build a better world through engineering projects that empower communities to meet their basic human needs and equip leaders to solve the world’s most pressing challenges. We are currently working on 2 projects addressing water supply, quality, and distribution in Cambodia and Nicaragua. An important aspect of these projects is to empower the communities as we collaborate with them to reach their sustainable goals and ensure they have the tools and skills necessary to maintain the water systems independently once the projects are completed. This is made possible by working closely with not only the communities but also advisors at OSU and our EWB-USA mentors. In addition to our weekly meetings for each of these projects, we also host skill building workshops each term to help develop professional, internationally responsible engineers. Working on these projects helps students gain cross-cultural experiences, apply engineering skills, work with professionals and community members alike to meet common goals, network with professionals through conferences and events, and form a community invested in addressing global needs. Through the projects and professional development, we help create transformative experiences that enrich global perspectives and create responsible leaders. We also emphasize an inclusive environment throughout all aspects of the club and anyone, regardless of major, is free to join the club and participate in events! 



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Meeting Information

EWB meets weekly on Tuesdays from 6-8 pm via Zoom.

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Club Representatives

Andrew Harker, President

Caidan Speth-Mccrary, VP 

Kaitlin Brunik, Secretary

Kyler Casper, Treasurer