There will be a General Body Meeting Thursday October 17 at 7 PM in room G30 in Benedum! There will be guest speakers and an overview of the project so far for those still interested in getting involved and for those involved to get a better understanding of the project.
The First Assessment Trip Pictures have been posted! Check them out!
Stay tuned for pictures of the first assessment trip Sarah, Nino, and Tommy took to Tapagem, Brazil. Here you can get an inside look at the community, including a layout of the community, necessary points for design implementation, and fun activities!
Also, don’t forget… if you would like to be attending the meetings for EWB-Pitt this semester but are not receiving emails, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the list. We hope to see you at the next meeting!
Congrats EWB-Pitt members! EWB-USA has granted us a new international project. Check out our new page, under International Projects, to learn some more about this great new opportunity!
EWB is hosting a Super Awesome Capture the Flag Tournament on Sunday, April 14th starting at 1PM in Schenely Park! The game will run until one team has captured a flag from every other team or until 4PM, in which case a winner will be declared based on which team is in possession of the most opponent’s team flags.
Teams can have between 10 and 15 players at a cost of $5 per player. A team captain must be designated for registration and for communication before and during the event.
For more information, to register, or to see game rules visit our Facebook event page at https://www.facebook.com/#!/events/138564056312118/?fref=ts
We hope to see you at the event!
EWBers, we have some super exciting new projects and opportunities to get involved with!!!
EWB is starting up a collaboration with Pitt’s Plant to Plate. Plant to Plate strives to connect people with the environment and the food they eat by involving them in the planting and cultivating process. Plant to Plate has a garden plot between Atwood and Bouquet Streets, right behind Antoon’s Pizza. If you would like to find out more about their organization, check out the Plant to Plate website.
The collaboration involves designing and constructing an irrigation system for their current and extending plot. In addition, the current greenhouse on the plot will be evaluated to make it more efficient and sturdier.
If you are interested in getting involved, stop by a meeting!!! They are held every Tuesday at 7PM at the Einstein’s in Benedum!
In addition to the local project, EWB, along with AICHE, is planning a soup kitchen community service event this coming Saturday, March 23. The group will meet at Towers patio around 8:30AM and catch a bus to the First United Methodist Church in Shadyside by 9AM. The event usually lasts about 4 hours and you are able to eat the food you make for lunch as well. EWB has done this in the past, and members who have attended said it was a great time!! If you are interested in attending, email email@example.com with your name, phone number, and email.
Thanks EWB members!!! We hope to see you at some of our future events!
Hey all! Thanks for checking out our new website. We are hoping this site is easier to read and find information than our previous one. Since this is still a work in progress, if there is anything you want to see on the website just shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some exciting news to share as well! We are sending in our application to acquire a water treatment project in the Brazilian Amazon at the end of February. So…international project meetings will start up in March! We will send out a reminder email a few days before the meetings if you want to get involved. Also, University of Pittsburgh’s Plant 2 Plate is coming to talk with us on Wednesday, February 27th about how EWB can help with engineering problems they have.
Those were just a few updates about what is going on in EWB recently. If you want to find out information on when meetings are, check out the calendar on the website!
Thanks for checking in!