Welcome to the Colorado State University student chapter of Engineers Without Borders!
Our Vision: A world in which every community has the capacity to be sustainable and meet their basic human needs.
Our Mission: To build a better world by empowering communities to improve their quality of life through the implementation of sustainable engineering projects, while promoting global awareness and leadership among students.
EWB-USA was founded in 2002 by University of Colorado-Boulder Civil Engineering professor, Dr. Bernard Amadei in order to address some of the most prevalent challenges facing the developing world, including water purification and delivery; sanitation; transportation and infrastructure projects; and sustainable and renewable energy systems.
The organization started with 18 members and one university chapter. Today, it is comprised of an expansive network of over 12,000 members and more than 225 university student and professional chapters engaged in over 400 active programs in 45 countries around the world.
Here at CSU, EWB is made up of a group of dedicated students who are working to improve the quality of life in the communities we serve through sustainable engineering projects. Currently, there are two projects well underway and one that is up and coming. We encourage those to get involved and even begin new projects. Check out the various projects we have going on at CSU!
Current Officers (2021)
President – Trinity Peters
Vice President – Kira Cunniff
Treasurer – Nick Eyerman
Secretary – Amanda Schmidt
Fundraising Chair – Erin Johnson
ECC Representative – Emily Jagerhorn
For general EWB questions or to subscribe to our email list, please email our chapter’s president Trinity Peters.