Engineers Without Borders

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Engineers Without Borders – Princeton University (EWB-PU) was founded in fall 2004 by Sebastien Douville '06 and Nathan Lowery '06. The chapter's mission is to provide opportunities for Princeton students to apply their education to international development and technology. 

EWB-PU is a dynamic group of students dedicated to effecting positive change in the world. With members majoring in everything from chemical engineering to economics to anthropology, the EWB-PU chapter is one of the oldest EWB chapters in the country, supporting three extraordinary development projects across the world. EWB-PU allows members to gain a holistic understanding of engineering and development, as well as to pursue unique professional development and leadership opportunities.

EWB-PU strives to develop innovative on-campus programs that foster greater discussion of sustainable development within Princeton's campus and in the broader community. EWB-PU collaborates with the GreenLeaders and Office of Sustainability on these issues.

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