2012-2013 1 st General Meeting. Mission and Vision. Our MISSION is to support community-driven development programs worldwide by collaborating with local partners to design and implement sustainable engineering projects, while creating transformative experiences and responsible leaders.” .
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Our MISSION is to support community-driven development programs worldwide by collaborating with local partners to design and implement sustainable engineering projects, while creating transformative experiences and responsible leaders.”
Our VISION is a world in which the communities we serve have the capacity to sustainably meet their basic human needs, and that our members have enriched global perspectives through the innovative professional & educational opportunities that the EWB-USA program provides.
Since its incorporation in 2002, EWB-USA has grown from approximately eight engineering students and a civil engineering professor to an organization of over 12,000 students, faculty and professionals. EWB has built everything from aqueducts in Mali to solar panels in Rwanda, and the group is changing the way engineering is taught in schools by requesting its practitioners address the long-neglected needs of the billions of people who live without clean water or decent sanitation.
“The world doesn’t need any more big dams. The world needs clean water, energy and basic services for the billions struggling just to stay alive at the end of each day”
– Dr. Bernard Amadei, founder of EWB-USA
All EWB-USA programs are intended include MULTI-DISPLINARY & STUDENT LED projects.
All WSU students, regardless of major or year, are welcomed to work on our projects and their various avenues of work.
Due to nature of international projects and to comply to our mission and vision, EWB-USA maintains rigid program/project structure.
Assessment + Implementation + Monitoring over course of 5 years or more.
Professional mentors are essential for all EWB projects, for they provide us with the expertise to guide us through the engineering process.
Acts as a source of knowledge, technical advisor & teacher
Current mentors include: Wesley Britson, Clay Cline, Michael Kelso, and Daryle Hager of P.E.C
EWB-WSU first international program
Assessment trip is planned to be during winter break
We’re forming several teams and ways for members to get involved.
We’re traveling to the Midwest Regional Conference in November
Learn & promote our cause and vision
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