Share Engineers Without Borders USA (EWB) builds a better world through engineering projects that empower communities to meet their basic human needs and equip tomorrow’s technology leaders to solve the world’s most pressing challenges. Each year, AIChE’s Societal Impact Operating Council sponsors EWB teams from US universities that are engaged in projects in the developing world. Teams funded must include AIChE student members in their leadership and their work must demonstrate chemical engineering principles through solutions to issues such as water supply, sanitation, and energy. University of Connecticut, Ethiopia Project Watch all video interviews with recent EWB USA winners. Award Administrator(s): Global Societal Initiatives CommitteeInstructions: To learn more about applying for an Engineers Without Borders USA Grant Award, visit the EWB USA website. Learn more Award Winners Lehigh University Student Chapter Cebadilla Water Supply in Nicaragua (Fall) 2017 University of Tulsa Student Chapter Machacamarca Sanitation in Bolivia (Spring) 2017 Mississippi State University Student Chapter Simwatachela Water Supply Project in Zambia (Spring) 2016 University of Pittsburgh Student Chapter Tapagam Water Supply in Brazil (Spring) 2015 Illinois Institute of Technology Student Chapter San Claudio Latrine Project in Nicaragua (Fall) 2015 Miami University (of Ohio) Student Chapter School Water Supply in Rwanda (Fall) 2014 Columbia University 2012 Columbia University Sanitation in Ghana (Fall) 2011 University of Maryland, College Park, Student Chapter Burkina Faso IV Health – Done Water Project (Spring) 2011 Rowan University Student Chapter Clean and Reliable Water in El Salvador (Fall) 2010 Montana State University Student Chapter Khwisero Community Water Project in Kenya (Spring) 2010 Lehigh University Student Chapter Water Hypochlorinator and Distribution System in Honduras (Fall) 2009 University of Washington Student Chapter Stoves, Water, and Irrigation in Bolivia (Spring) 2009 Related Content: University of Tulsa Engineers Without Borders Project in Bolivia [Interview] October 30, 20172016 EWB grant recipients Donny Gross and Chris Royal of University of Tulsa sat down with us to discuss their project in Machacamarca, Bolivia. UConn Engineers Without Borders Project in Ethiopia [Interview] October 29, 2017The UConn grant recipients discuss their experiences in helping a town in Ethiopia develop its water resources. Interview: Engineers Without Borders Grant Winners Discuss Their Projects November 13, 2016Nicaragua and Zambia may be in different hemispheres and have different engineering challenges but one thing they share is having benefited from the Engineers Without Borders Grant Award, sponsored Kelly Barb and John Cirucci: Doing a World of Good In this episode of the Foundation’s Doing a World of Good podcast, you'll meet Kelly Barb and John Cirucci, co-chairs of AIChE's Global Social Initiatives Committee, a working group dedicated to promoting volunteerism and social action within the organization. Listen on the Giving site or subscribe in iTunes. This podcast is supported by a generous donation from Raj & Kamla Gupta.