WelcomeThe Binghamton University chapter of Engineers Without Borders is chartered to address the problems facing people both locally and abroad by utilizing the skills, talents and passions of Binghamton University students and the partnerships formed with our organization. Our members come from all majors and backgrounds, sharing the desire to do meaningful work in improving the lives of others through creative, sustainable, engineering solutions.
Welcome back! We have an exciting spring semester coming up!
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Check out our pictures on photobucket.
October, 2012 We finished some significant work over the past year,
from helping with the flood relief, to building the deer fence and restoring the boardwalks in the
nature preserve, to helping the local Boys and Girls Club, to building the bike rack covers in Hillside.
Great job EWB-ers! Let's make this Spring Semester just as productive, if not more so!
To do this, and for the continuity of our organization, we have to keep up the pace with our projects. To this end, if anyone has any ideas for an engineering related, philanthropic project that EWB could tackle, please let us know! All ideas (local, national, and international) are welcome and will be considered. If you have a suggestion, feel free to email our webmaster Craig Feyerabend at firstname.lastname@example.org or our President, Mike Milnikiewicz at email@example.com with a subject that indicates your intent (something like: "EWB Project Idea" will work just fine).
Thanks, and have a wonderful Spring semester!
Watson Apparel Survey!
Sweatshirt design websites: (Reminder: Incorporate design with a dark green background.)
New E-Board Tab
February 6, 2010 In order to
promote communication between E-Board members and committee members, a
new E-Board site is being developed. It should be operational
within a week.
New Site Revealed!!!November 20, 2009 As you can see, the site has undergone a heavy makeover, now sporting the proud green of Binghamton University and a cleaner presentation. For those that wish to say one last farewell (or good riddens) to last year's layout, here is a screenshot. New files are now available on the Downloads page, providing easy access to resources ranging from the Annual Newsletter to Trail Maps. New images have been uploaded and streamlined into an online album (found here), available for easy viewing and downloading. Thumbnails were also introduced to make this site more dial-up friendly, for those who have not switched over to DSL or cable.
Current projects: Nature Preserve Top Trail Restoration, Paper Conservation on Campus
Upcoming projects: International Project (to be decided next General Body meeting)
Please note that the site is still in a state of transition and that older images are being processed. Meanwhile, the crude method of accessing these images is still available from last year.