cruise ship from esquimalt lagoon

Anaissia, Evelyn and Zach all shared a common feeling while completing their mechanical, electrical and civil engineering studies. Something in their personal growth and education was missing. Most of classes taught in their undergrad do not assess and describe the main challenges that the world is facing, nor the alternatives proposed to solve them. But what are engineers, if not problem solvers?

In January 2015, the three students decided to get together and re-start the Engineers Without Borders Club at the University of Victoria to overcome this lack of knowledge and perception and try to encourage engineering students to be change innovators on campus and overseas.

In January 2015, the three of them had the opportunity to attend the EWB national conference in Montreal, experience that changed their visions and impacted their lives ( http://conference2015.ewb.ca/en/). This experience was supported by ASHRAE and as an humble way to thank the association they would like to share their vision of the club, what they really enjoyed about the conference and what the next steps on campus are during Thursday's (March 12, 2015) presentation.

 (Left to right) Evelyn, Zach and Anaissia

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