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2018 Elections!

The results of the EWB-RPI 2018 elections are in! Congratulations and good luck to the next round of officers!

President: Rebecca Nungesser
Vice President: Ariana Espinal
Nicaragua Project Lead: Shreya Gupta
Panama Project Lead: Louis Catalano
Troy Project Lead: Emmanuel Sylvester
Treasurer: Tyler McCormack
Secretary: James Mester
Professional Liaison: Evan McCutcheon
Webmaster: Hannah LaTourette
Fundraising Coordinator: Brittney Emmick
Membership Coordinator: Christine Ku
Campus Relations: Luke Chapdelaine

EWB-RPI T-Shirts and Sweatshirts!

Our annual EWB-RPI t-shirt and/or crew neck sweatshirt sale is live! Support our chapter and help us raise funds for our project by purchasing some apparel! The form is below: order by October 31st and email Becca Nungesser at nunger@rpi.edu with any questions!

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Kingston Fundraiser!

Join us on October 14th for an evening of food, raffles, and fun at the YMCA in Kingston! Meet members and talk with us about our chapter’s current projects in Panama, Nicaragua, and Troy, as well as our plans for the future!

 

When: Saturday, October 14 from 5 PM – 9 PM

 

Where: YMCA of Kingston & Ulster County (507 Broadway, Kingston, New York 12401)

EWB-RPI runs workshop at Exploring Engineering Day!

On Saturday, February 18th, EWB-RPI teamed up with RPI’s chapter of Engineers for a Sustainable World to educate dozens of kids on the importance of water safety and filtration during RPI’s Exploring Engineering Day. After a presentation and video, the kids got to design and test their own water filters!

Overview of EED

Work overview EED

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One student working

 

EWB-RPI goes to the UConn Mini-Conference

On Saturday, February 4th, EWB-RPI attended the EWB Mini-Conference hosted by the University of Connecticut. Since RPI is one of the only chapters to have a recognized EWB-supported local project, former club president Elizabeth Kwon ran a breakout session during the conference to teach other chapters about creating new international and local projects. We also were able to collaborate with other schools about topics related to club membership, community communications, water testing, fundraising, and more!

We’d like to thank Tom Rebbecchi for running a wonderful conference at UConn!

Success from Panama!

EWB-RPI has returned from Panama and we are happy to say that the trip was a success! The rainwater catchment system and chlorine treatment stations are working and providing the community with clean drinking water for long periods of time. After a few additional supports were added to the system, the project was closed out and we are now looking for a new program.

Thank you to all the members, mentors, sponsors, and supporters of EWB-RPI who have helped us achieve this great service for the community of Sandubidi!

Panama group photo

Closing out the Panama project

Bacterial tests

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EWB-RPI is going to Panama and Nicaragua

EWB-RPI is going to Panama and Nicaragua in January 2017! Panama’s trip will be focused on monitoring and Nicaragua’s will be focused on gathering data! Below is a video about our Panama Project!

If you would like to contribute to EWB-RPI and support our projects, please visit our donation page. Thank you!

Election Results!

This past GBM, EWB-RPI elected a new set of officers for next year! Congratulations to the newly elected officers!

President: Megan Kennedy

Senior International Project Lead: Mathew Tice

Junior International Project Lead: Ariana Espinal

Vice President: Ariel Walter

Local Project Lead: Luke Chapdelaine

Treasurer: Marshall Case

Secretary: Christine Ku

Webmaster: James Mester

Membership Coordinator: Rebecca Nungesser

Campus Relations Coordinator: Hannah LaTourette

Fundraising Coordinator: Monika Luchowska

Professional Liaison: Elizabeth Kwon

EWB-RPI Attends NERC

On the weekend of November 4th, members of EWB-RPI attended the North East Regional Conference at Boston University! Pictures of our members can be seen below.

 

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