Welcome to the Humboldt State Engineers Without Borders (EWB) website! Here you can find news and updates of current projects, get current information from recent meeting minutes, and more.
Exciting new projects are coming into fruition, including both local and international. Feel free to come to a meeting, either the HSU chapter or the local professional chapter to become involved.
(12/06/2012) - More rain gage data! Data avilable here. A model to export this data into hourly or daily in under development.
Camoapa projects still underway. Hospital well project has plans and funding available. Moving toward implementation.
(4/10/2012) - Rain Gage data collected for HOBO. Data Available here.
(8/24) -Back from Camoapa, Nicaragua and gearing up for a busy year, full of projects and new engineers. Looking for volunteers for the upcoming I-block Party.
(1/20) -Gearing up for another semester of great projects and fundraising. Have a Hold 'Em poker tournament fundraiser just next week on the 27th. Meetings are Mondays at 5pm in Science D 23. Be sure to attend to stay posted give a hand - plenty of help needed!
(11/4) -Several of us traveled down to the EWB USA West Coast Regional Workshop hosted at the YouTube Headquaters near San Francisco.
We got to hear about a lot of exciting projects lead by nearby chapters taking place around the world.
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(9/8) -We made the front page of the Times-Standard for our rope pump demo at the I-Block Party! Check it out here.
(9/1) -Recieved an update about potential student assistend engineering projects in Camoapa, Nicaragua. Gearing up for Arcata's I-Block Party.
Engineers Without Borders is a humanitarian organization established to partner with developing communities both locally and internationally in order to improve their quality of life. This partnership involves the implementation of sustainable engineering projects, while involving and training internationally responsible engineers and engineering students. -EWB USA