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Student Clubs and Organizations in ERE

The following clubs are fully or predominantly hosted by the Department of Environmental Resources Engineering. Students in the Department actively lead and participate in these clubs. Our students are also leaders and participants in many of the other ESF clubs and organizations.

ERE Club: This club familiarizes members with current developments and events in the field of environmental resource engineering. There is an emphasis on professional development and enhancing student-student and student-faculty relationships among those in the ERE curriculum.

  • President: Isabelle Horvath
  • VP: Alexander Healy
  • Treasurer: Alex Hess
  • Secretary: Lydia Loan
  • USA Representative: John Perez
  • Advisor: Dr. Lindi Quackenbush

ESS Club: Engineering for a Sustainable Society (ESS) is a student initiated university chapter of the national organization. This organization is devoted to implementing low-tech, high-impact, engineering projects as a means of improving the quality of life and environment all over the world.

  • President: Hayley Glover
  • VP: Evan Williams
  • Treasurer: Rebecca Barkan
  • Secretary: Elias Chan
  • USA Representative: John Perez
  • Public Relations: Michael O'Connor
  • Advisor: Dr. Timothy Morin

EWB Club: The ERE Department maintains a student chapter with the national Engineers without Borders organization, organized by the ESS officers. The ESF EWB club has been coordinating international projects since 2003, and is active with the local professional EWB chapter.

  • President: Paige Meyer
  • VP: Evan Williams
  • Treasurer: Rebecca Barkan
  • Secretary: Elias Chan
  • USA Representative: Rebecca Barkan
  • Public Relations: Michael O'Connor
  • Advisor: Dr. Timothy Morin

NYWEA Club: The mission of the New York Water Environment Association Student Chapter is to engage students in the water resources profession, with an emphasis on water supply and wastewater systems. The student chapter participates in service activities, professional meetings, seminars and conferences to promote sustainable water quality management in order to create an environmentally sound future. Members from the engineering, sciences, planning, management and legal communities with an environmental emphasis are welcome.

  • President: Elena Araya
  • VP: Mallory Delanoy
  • Treasurer: Darius Abrams
  • Secretary: Briana Fitzgerald
  • Young Professional Liaison: Zachary Patterson
  • Advisor: Professor Doug Daley