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Engineers Without Borders

Engineers Without Borders

Arizona State University Student Chapter

Support EWB

The EWB-USA vision is a world in which the communities we serve have the capacity to sustainable meet their basic human needs, and that our members have enriched global perspectives through the innovative professional education opportunities that the EWB-USA program provides.

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.

To date, the Arizona State University Chapter has successfully implemented water supply projects in Ecuador and Kenya! For the coming years, EWB-ASU hopes to continue working with our partners in Kenya, and to form a partnership with the Construction in Indian Country Student Organization and to begin new projects with the Navajo Nation in northern Arizona.

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In the 2012-2013 academic year, we received a total of $31,000 in grant donations from the following groups:

The Alcoa Foundation, Bechtel Corporation, Boeing Corporation, and Lockheed Martin


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Officer Contact

Presidents - Anna Kruse & Alex Owen

Vice President Internal - Sarthak Gupta

Vice President External - Jackson Krug

Treasurer - Cole Barnett

Secretary - Kathleen Myers-Haeussler

Social Media - Callahan Farr

Historian / Equipment - Katie Sue Pascavis

Fundraising - Alex Turner

Outreach Chair - Devin Leigh

Event Manager - Zain Syed

Head of Web Development - Peter Bugala

Run for EWB ASU!

Formerly known as the Kenya Dig-it 5k, The Run Without Borders 5K will be returning in 2017 bigger and better than ever! Run with us to support engineering solutions for those in need.


Donate to EWB ASU

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.

Help us continue our work