June 25, 2012
The Engineers Without Borders-Penn State (EWB-Penn State) have implemented their latrine project for the Covenant Preparatory School in Baoma, Sierra Leone, after a third trip to the West African country.
March 20, 2012
Though many college students view spring break as a time for rest and relaxation, a group of 17 Penn Staters spent their spring break building a home for a family in need.
February 01, 2012
The Penn State student chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB-PSU) recently returned from its second trip to Sierra Leone, Africa, where they continued their ongoing projects in the village of Baoma, located nearby to the coastal city of Freetown.
October 07, 2010
The Engineers Without Borders-Penn State chapter and DOW Chemical held a joint event on September 16 highlighting the student group’s recent trip to Sierra Leone and allowing group members to network with DOW representatives.
September 01, 2010
As soon as they stepped off the plane into Sierra Leone, the travel team of the Engineers Without Borders (EWB)-Penn State group knew only one thing: they had no idea what to expect.
“Everything there is completely different,” said Meghan Fisher, a mechanical engineering junior and president of EWB-Penn State. “There is not a single commercialized structure in the entire country.”
July 13, 2010
A group of engineering students are squeezing in a little work during their summer break to complete a project assessment trip in Africa.
July 09, 2009
A new group on campus, Engineers without Borders, has been granted recognized status by Penn State’s Office of Student Activities.
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