The University of Adelaide chapter is quickly gaining momentum on campus and out and about! We're student run and open to anyone!

We are building our presence on campus and working towards providing students with the opportunity to learn more about humanitarian engineering and participate in local projects and the humanitarian design summits.     We are also expanding our education initiatives in the School Outreach program and regioneering. 

Events and School Outreach meetings are currently held on Mondays with regular information sessions and school outreach training sessions. 

If you would like more information or would like to get involved directly from a university level in South Australia please email or join our facebook page.
Follow the links below for further information on what EWB has to offer.
The Humanitarian Design Summit has been created specifically for university students who would like to travel overseas to learn how to use their professional skills in a humanitarian context through first hand experience.

The EWB Challenge is a design program for first year university students to learn about design, teamwork and communication through participation in inspiring, sustainable, cross-cultural, real-world development projects.

The School Outreach Program educates school students about humanitarian engineering and global challenges such as water, sanitation construction and climate change.

The Research Program empowers university students to tackle the world’s greatest humanitarian challenges by researching sustainable solutions to problems faced by disadvantaged communities.

The Journal of Humanitarian Engineering is a peer-reviewed publication that details the outcomes of research and field experiences at the intersection of technology and community development.

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National Council 2019