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EWB Australia student chapters launch into Semester One 2020

EWB Australia student chapters launch into Semester One 2020

Across the country EWB Australia student chapters have been bringing energy and excitement to their university orientation events, introducing new students to the EWB community and the breadth of opportunities to engage and contribute while at university. Join us on a...
Making groundwater more accessible for Vanuatu communities

Making groundwater more accessible for Vanuatu communities

Groundwater is a vital resource in Vanuatu in which many depend on for their daily use. In a changing climate and with a growing population, demand for this resource is continuing to grow. Vanuatu’s archipelago consists of many small reef and volcanic islands which...
Electric Mobility in Rural Cambodia

Electric Mobility in Rural Cambodia

The future of mobility technology is exciting, and will lead to higher quality, more affordable, easy to use and universally accessible products and services. It is critical that this emerging field keeps up with or leads broader global trends in mobility, such as the...
Supporting diversity at Mardi Gras 2020

Supporting diversity at Mardi Gras 2020

“In Australia, LGBTQIA+ engineers are often asked, “why do you need to be out at work?” It’s not so much of being out, it’s more that I like to be transparent about who I am.“  – Tana Tan Dr Tana Tan is half Thai, half Malaysian, fully engineer, and fully gay...
Why EWB Australia’s professional training is unique

Why EWB Australia’s professional training is unique

Do you feel frustrated with wanting to influence change and have an impactful career but don’t know how? EWB Training Programs guide professionals, like you, who want to use their work as a tool for positive impact by expanding your understanding of emerging global...
Melbourne Climate Change Event Wrap

Melbourne Climate Change Event Wrap

On a Thursday evening in February we hosted a dialogue around climate action and sector responsibility. “Reimagining the role of the technical sector in the face of climate crisis” was a sell-out event, a nod to the passion and dedication of our community to ensure...