Hi, I’m Nathan and I’m a third year general engineering student, specialising in Energy & Sustainability. This year, I’m the President of EWB Sheffield and am looking forward to broadening the impact of our society and supporting project leaders. If you’ve got ideas for the society, don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com. Outside of engineering, I enjoy climbing and fell running and am involved in environmental activism.
Vice President and Inclusions Officer
I am a fourth year Mechanical Engineering student with a particular passion for sustainable engineering design, to accompany exciting current developments in ‘Industry 4.0’. I have been involved in a wide range of outreach and industry projects over the past few years, as part of the Sheffield Engineering Leadership Academy (SELA), on placement, and in my degree studies. My role as Vice-President and Inclusions Officer enables me to apply my technical knowledge and ‘soft skills’ to support the running of our chapter, project managers, and the furthering of EWB’s goals locally
Hi, I’m Alex and I’m a second year Materials Science and Engineering student. My role as secretary is to manage the EWB email, organize meetings and keep everyone up to date. I’m excited to be on the committee this year and I look forward to working with everyone.
Hi, I’m a third-year General Engineering student specialising in Software Engineering. I’ve been part of EWB Sheffield for three years now and love everything that the society has to offer. As treasurer, I want to make sure that we have another excellent year (while staying on budget) and making sure that every project has the resources they need to continue doing their amazing work!
Publicity and Trainings Officer
Hi, I’m a 3rd year general engineer specialising in energy and sustainability. My role as Publicity and Trainings Officer is to promote our events and organise training events. If you have any ideas for training please let me know by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Outside of engineering I really enjoy long distance running and climbing.
Hi, I’m Nathan and this year I’ll be the Events and Training Officer for EWB Sheffield. In my role, I will be in charge of planning events and putting together this year’s ‘Designathon’, making it as fun as possible. Outside of Uni, my biggest interest is sport specifically football & cricket and my ambition as a civil engineer is to one day be involved in the construction of sporting stadia.
By running workshops in local primary schools, and representing Engineers without Borders at University outreach events, we can inspire young people into a career in engineering, opening their minds to ways that engineers can help solve real-world problems as well as helping them to explore a future in higher education
My name’s Will and I’m a 4th year mechanical engineering student. I was also the workroom manager last year and having had the privilege of working with the fantastic committee we had I decided to run for the position again. As I was the workroom manager last year, I know most of the responsibilities of the role, and I’m looking forward to undertaking the new responsibilities this role has been assigned following the constitution change. This year I’m hoping to help advance and improve the developments we have brought about during the past year, and I’m looking forward to working with another enthusiastic committee.
To know me better you first must understand that I chose to indulge myself in personal projects in my free time which has landed me in management positions within group projects. I am a third year General Engineering student specialising in Systems Engineering for my Masters. Since September 2020 I have been the project manager for Project Kestrel, leading around 70 students to design, manufacture and test an autonomous drone capable of delivering medical supplies across rural Africa and I run the 3D printing team at iForge. I feel fulfilled competing in projects, mentoring and training others as well as personal projects.
Hi, I’m a third year Aerospace Engineering student. I’ve enjoyed previous projects with Engineers Without Borders and so I’m exciting to have the opportunity to run the Regather project this year. It fits perfectly in the overlap of my enjoyment of growing plants and sustainable engineering.
Hi, my name is Fábio Teixeira and I’m a second-year Mechanical Engineering student.
My interest in sustainable energy made me apply for the position of Project Manager for the Wind Turbine.
My expectations are high and I believe the team is capable of developing a fully working model by the end of the year.
Being part of the EWB committee is very exciting and I hope I can bring something new to the team.
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