Our Chapter aims to embed globally responsible engineering alongside what we learn in the lecture hall, connecting students across our university. We’re part of a movement that is passionate about creating change in engineering. Our members can attend trips, get involved with projects and support outreach activities.
We host speaker events with distinguished guests in the field of sustainable, humanitarian engineering. Our members also get access to EWB UCL workshops, where they can learn about engineering in hands-on sessions. During term, we recruit volunteers from UCL to embark on outreach trips to local schools, conducting engaging science workshops to encourage children’s interest in STEM subjects. Our latest project revolves around open-source: EWB UCL members and student volunteers are taught to put their coding skills to good use by creating software for non-governmental organisations.
Our Committee is comprised of several committed students who make sure the Chapter is as successful as possible. They facilitate a range of events such as panel discussions and debates with academics and members of industry.
- President: Isha Kulkarni ([email protected])
- Treasurer: Tristan Dauck ([email protected])
- Vice-President: Gao Yexuan ([email protected])
We also recruit student Officers to run our workshops, lectures, outreach and open-source programs. If you’d like to get in touch with a specific Officer, please reach us via our committee email.
We are always looking for new ideas and keen to plan the next event. Please subscribe to our newsletter to get up-to-date information about our events!
get in touch
To get involved or to ask any questions please email [email protected]