Meeting Schedules:

Peru Team: Sundays: 3:00 pm and in D028, 1976 Hall, Butler

Kenya Team: Sundays 5:30 pm and Wednesdays 9:30 pm in D028, 1976 Hall, Butler

Dominican Republic Team: Sundays: 4:00 pm in D028, 1976 Hall, Butler


Exciting Upcoming Events:

EWB Chapter Activity: Rock Climbing!


Past Events:

Making a Difference in the World: From Malaria in Children to Sustainable Green Startups hosted by Engineers Without Borders and American Institute of Chemical Engineers! Interested in applying engineering to civic service, global health, and public policy? Wondering how to translate your engineering degree into real world impact? Join us for a discussion with Professor Wendy O'Meara, Duke Medical School. When: Monday October 10th 4:30 pm Where: Frist MPR A


EWB first team meetings of the year! Check out the first meetings of the semester! Date: Sunday, October 2nd, 2016 Location: D028, 1976 Hall, Butler Kenya: 1:00pm Peru: 2:30pm Dominican Republic Team: 4:00pm


The Energy in Sustainable Development Panel hosted by Princeton University Energy Association and co-sponsored by Engineers Without Borders! When: Thursday, April 21st 4:30-6 pm Where: McCosh 60 Please RSVP at to secure your spot! Our three panelists have strong backgrounds in industry, academia and service in countries including Peru, India, and China. ​ Mark Castellano GS '90 is the Vice President of Business Development for large-scale solar energy company Renewtricity. Castellano, B.S., M.S. in Electrical Engineering, formerly worked with AT&T Bell Labs, Texas Instruments, and Merrill Lynch. Wei Peng GS '16 is a 5th year PhD student in the Woodrow Wilson Science, Technology and Environmental (STEP) Policy Program. Her dissertation focuses on integrating air quality, water and climate concerns into China's renewable energy strategy. She will be joining Harvard Kennedy School as a postdoctoral fellow this November. Douglas Bastidas '17 led a service trip to Peru delivering solar suitcases in developing areas, and spent his previous summer interning at the largest solar LED manufacturer in India as part of the Streicker Fellowship. His taskforce focuses on trade agreements between developed and developing countries that affect renewable energy policies.


To the Prospective Students:

Just got admitted to Princeton? Checking out the different organizations you can join? Come to the Activities Fair during Preview and check out the EWB table!

Want to learn even more about what we do and talk to current EWB members? Come to our Ice Cream Social any time between 7 and 8pm on the first day of preview!

For Current Members:


  • Come to our ice cream social on April 20th during Preview any time from 7-8pm to eat some T-Sweets and meet prospective students!



Sustainable Engineering Development Dialogue

Members: Come join us for the Sustainable Engineering Development Dialogue! Discuss your work with others involved in sustainable engineering on campus while enjoying delicious snacks. We hope to see you there! When: 2:15-3PM. Stop by anytime for as long as you like! Where: Butler 1976 Hall D028


Engineers Without Borders and the Global Development Network are co-hosting a talk with Jim Ayala!

Who: Everyone is invited to attend!

When: Saturday April 2nd, 2016 from 1:30 - 2:30 pm

Where: Jones Hall 100 (Next to Frist)

Mr. Ayala '84, who is the CEO and Founder of Hybrid Network, and the Chairman of Stiftung Solarenergie. He has been awarded Social Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young in 2012 and the Schwab Foundation in 2013. Both hosting organizations provide rural, off-grid communities around the world with sustainable access to sustainable, renewable and affordable solar technologies. Mr. Ayala will be talking about his experience in the field of sustainable energies, in leadership of prominent development organizations and businesses, and his career path after graduating from Princeton.

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