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Engineers Without Borders

This summer, seven Armour College of Engineering undergraduate students and three mentors traveled to San Claudio, Nicaragua to implement compostable latrines and a handwashing station for a primary school that housed roughly 60 children.

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Illinois Tech’s Engineers Without Borders (EWB) chapter was recently awarded a $5,000 EWB-USA project grant, sponsored by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). The grant is offered annually to only one EWB student team nationwide.

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During the summer, five Illinois Institute of Technology undergraduate students and three mentors traveled to San Claudio, Nicaragua to continue service projects started three years ago. The team represents the Engineers Without Borders Chapter at Illinois Institute of Technology (EWB-IIT) and consisted of four Armour College of Engineering students: Deion DeBose (CE, 4th Year), Oscar Guzman (CHE, 3rd Year), Tommy Mai (CHE, 3rd Year), Arturo Rodriguez (ME, 3rd Year) and Cara Karter (CECD, 4th year).

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The IIT chapter of Engineers Without Borders recently had a case study published in a special edition of the International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering, Humanitarian Engineering and Social Entrepreneurship (IJSLE) focusing on the critical analyses and reflection of university engineering programs that impact communities.

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