Engineers Without Borders

Engineers Without Borders

Arizona State University Student Chapter


About ASU Engineers Without Borders

EWB USA logoFrom the initial blueprint to the boots-on-the-ground work, EWB-USA members have impacted more than 2.5 million lives.


Located on ASU’s Tempe campus, the Engineers Without Borders Chapter of Arizona State University (EWB ASU) aims to create a more stable and prosperous world by addressing communities’ basic human needs in clean water, power, and education. We are committed to connecting Arizona State University students to the professional mentors and resources they need to design and implement low-cost, small-scale, easily-replicated, and sustainable engineering projects.

Our chapter welcomes students and professionals for all backgrounds to join our interdisciplinary team. While it is true that our membership primarily consists of engineering students from almost every concentration (from Civil to Mechanical to Biomedical to Electrical), we also have business, global health, and arts majors!

EWB National

EWB-USA supports community-driven development programs worldwide by collaborating with local partners to design and implement sustainable engineering projects, while creating transformative experiences and responsible leaders. The 13,000+ members in EWB-USA work with communities to find appropriate solutions for water supply, sanitation, energy, agriculture, civil works, structures, and information systems. Learn more at


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Officer/Advisor Contact

President – Brianna Chavez
Vice President – Sydney Doidge
Advisor – David Grau

Engineers Without Borders USA

EWB ASU Projects

EWB ASU is active in programs that aim to create a more stable and prosperous world by addressing basic human needs, such as clean water and energy, through sustainable engineering and education.

See how we make a difference


The Engineers Without Borders chapter at Arizona State University is a chapter of this national non-profit organization that welcomes people from all backgrounds to join our interdisciplinary team.

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