Students from the Iowa State University chapter of Engineers Without Borders plan to travel to Mali, Africa, next month to help build cookstoves. The stoves, in addition to burning cleaner and healthier, can be built with local materials for around a dollar a piece.
Iowa State’s Engineers Without Borders student chapter helps a village in Belize
Several members of the Iowa State chapter of Engineers Without Borders will travel to Belize in Central America to help that country overcome poverty. Read the Iowa State Daily story here .
Iowa State materials science students are making a difference in developing nations
After only a year in existence, the Iowa State University chapter of Engineers Without Borders has been selected by The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society for their first collaborative grant with EWB-USA in Mali, Kati Cerle, Nana Kenieba, Africa. Read the story here.