empower communities to meet their basic human needs and equip leaders to solve the
world’s most pressing challenges.
Faculty Adviser- Dr. Shipley
Mentor- Dr. Joseph
Vieja with the use of a well located in the middle of the community.
Viña Vieja is a small rural community, home to around ninety families, in the southwest
region of Peru. In 2007, two consecutive earthquakes struck Viña Vieja and caused
severe structural damage in the community.
EWB UTSA started the project in 2011 and we are now at the final implementation
stage.We need to trench the pathway and lay down about 3.5 miles of PVC and steel pipe
along the main road.Finalize the design of the submersible and booster pumps. Finalize the piping network design along with an outlet to each home.
indirectly. Experience, experience, experience. When applying for jobs or internships it takes more than just an impressive GPA to get an interview. Gain problem solving and communication skills. Opportunity to network with Professionals
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