Engineers Without BordersSponsored by: Engineering Faculty (learn more)
Students solving engineering problems in emerging nations.
Meet the Student
Julianne Page is currently the president of the University of Delaware chapter of Engineers Without Borders. She is a senior environmental engineering major and mathematics minor from McHenry, IL and has traveled to Cameroon twice on implementation trips. After graduation she will be moving to Maryland to work for GHD, a global consulting firm.
About Engineers Without BordersEngineers Without Borders-USA is a non-profit, humanitarian organization of dedicated and enthusiastic students and professionals who believe everyone should have access to adequate sanitation, safe drinking water and resources to meet their basic needs. Once identifying a problem, our chapter works closely with an international community and professional engineers to develop and implement a sustainable solution. Currently, we are focusing on a portable water supply project in Cameroon and a bridge construction project in Guatemala.
Engineers Without Borders at the University of Delaware is committed to designing and implementing sustainable solutions to problems in international developing communities and bridging cultural, economical, and political divides.
♣ To develop and foster long-term relationships with an international developing community and to help establish the necessary infrastructure to administer and maintain a sustainable solution
♣ To provide students with technical and cultural knowledge to effectively approach and solve world problems on a community-based level
♣ To promote world citizenship in helping to achieve the United Nations Millennium Development Goals of 2015, which include reducing the number of people without clean water and sanitation by half
♣ To provide students with a multi-disciplinary international network of students, professors, and professionals dedicated to the betterment of society
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