SLU Community Engagement Inventory
Data based on information submitted by members of the SLU community, summer 2015.
Engineers Without Borders
Description: EWB-SLU uses engineering as a way to help improve people's lives around the world by helping them meet their basic human needs. Implementation trips are organized for technical projects around the world such as providing sanitary water or electricity to a small village. As an organization at a Jesuit university, EWB-SLU also volunteers around the local community as men and women for others.
- Engineers Without Borders - USA, Gateway Professional Chapter
- Habitat for Humanity - St. Louis
- North Grand Neighborhood Services
Primary SLU Contact: Adaline Buerck, firstname.lastname@example.org
Collaborator(s): Cody Chlanda, Marissa Carletta, Carmen Leo Guzman Sejas, Matthew Boss, Elijah Korneffel, Megan Martinez, Stephanie Wolf, Dr. Ronaldo Luna
Categories: Capacity Building, Economic Development, Environment, Homelessness, Housing, Human Rights, Infrastructure, Multicultural Efforts, Other, Science and Technology, Socioeconomic Status