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February 18, 2022

Fall 2021 Newsletter


October 28, 2021

Summer 2021 Update

The last two years have been a turbulent time. The COVID pandemic changed how we could meet and plan, forcing meetings to become hybrid or virtual. This isolation also prevented us from sending a travel team to Ullo, meaning we haven’t been present physically since winter 2019. However, thanks to our partnership with the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and Self Help International (SHI) in Ghana, that time has been

April 25, 2021

Spring 2021 Newsletter

EWB Spring 2021 Newsletter Update 1

March 24, 2021

Fall 2020 Newsletter


March 10, 2021

Summer 2020 Newsletter


August 16, 2020

Meet The Exec’s!

 Caleb KilbyPresidentSenior in Mechanical  Naman VatsTreasurerMechanical Ryan McFaddenVP of Engineering –Clinic- Project LeadComputer   Nic Hendley VP of Engineering-Clinic ManagerJunior in Mechanical Johnathan Beuter VP of Borehole Monitoring-Project Lead  Cyber Security Engineering  Sam SchmittVP of Water Distribution- Project Lead Senior in Mechanical  Naman VatsVP of Sanitation-  Project Lead Mechanical  Gabriela DiazVP ofCommunicationsArchitecture  Arlen GriswoldVP of MembershipIndustrial  James AffulVP of FundraisingMechanical  Engineering  Dirk MaierFaculty AdvisorProfessor, Department of Agricultural andBiosystems  Ayodele IyanaluFaculty AdvisorAssociate
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John Jennison is a sophomore in electrical engineering, and he is our second Vice President of engineering, along with Joe Kim. While he was in Ullo this past winter, he specialized in working on the water system. He ran tests to check sustainability of our water system, and he also met with users of the system to gauge satisfaction with it. His favorite part of the trip was forming a relationship with the

March 26, 2020

Back From Ullo: Joe Kim

Joe Kim is a sophomore in industrial engineering, as well as one of our 2 vice presidents of engineering. In our clubs he works with Project DoC. While he was in Ullo, he was on of the Health and Safety officers, and he also worked on the clinic assessment. This means he held a lot of meetings, visited health centers in Ullo, and visited and assessed sites. Meeting all the people in Ullo,