Running a Virtual Conference
February 16th, 2021
7:00 pm-8:00 pm EST
Aaron Pepin, Bree Carlson, Josue Martinez, Nicole Trenchard, Kerry Muenchow
(NERC 2021 Planners)
Scheduled a week and half after the conference, find out what went into planning the 2021 Northeast Regional Conference, as the planners discuss the successes and failures of the highly anticipated conference. You'll be able to ask the planners any questions about the virtual planning process, what skills might be necessary, and what can be done to get take your conference to the next level.
You can join the session by clicking the Zoom link below on February 16th at 7:00pm EST:
Engineers Without Borders USA Northeast Region Presents:
Feb 06, 9:00 AM EST
Do you miss engaging with your fellow EWBers on a personal level? You'll find using Gather.Town, an online platform that "gamifies" online engagement, the perfect way to connect with other EWBers in the comfort of your own home! Create your 8-bit avatar and explore the "campus space" we've custom built for this event. As you move closer to another EWBer, your cameras will turn on, and you'll be able to engage in group conversations, just like an in-person conference.
Are you tired of turning on your camera during Zooms calls? Well then feel free to join one of our "Walk and Talk" sessions, where our panel of presenters will have unstructured, yet engaging conversations as they participate in everyday activities. You can join this block and leave it on the background as you continue with your day. Think of it like a podcast, but without any of those pesky ads.
Simply looking for technical expertise and experience, without much fuss? Then this is the block for you. Through a series of webinars and workshops, learn about various EWB topics from some of the most dedicated members across the country. From hands-on workshops to breakout sessions, get the classic conference content that you can take back to your chapters and share with your members. Come think with us!
With the three main tracks, the combinations of participation are endless! Start with some structured sessions, listen in on a Casual Conversation over lunch and jump into our strictly social events to reconnect with peers, you get to drive your day! (The conference schedule is subject to change by the day of the conference, so make sure to check again on February 6th!)
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Gather Town and Games!
Live Streaming Conversations!
Webinars, Workshops, more!
4:45 PM - 5:30 PM EST
Regional Steering Committee
Natalie Celmo, Ellie Carley
(SC State Representative)
(Hartford Pros, BOD)
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM EST
Cassie Gonzales and Michael Rosen
Theo Usher, Lolo Dederer, Sanjana Subramanian, Lucas Chapman (Columbia University)
(Pratt & Whitney)
Natalie Celmo, Scott Gregory, McKenna Roberts, Ellie Carley
2:45 PM - 3:30 PM EST
Scott Gregory, Melissa Montgomery, Eric Lundborg
Jackie O'Brien, Frank Preli, Nicole Trenchard, Tom Rebbecchi
(University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM EST
Ends at 1:45pm
in Healthcare Facilities
Claire Wang (Desert Research Institute), Waleska Crowe (EWB-USA Guatemala)
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: From Theory to Practice
(SWE), (NSBE), (SHPE)
(EWB-USA), (Pratt & Whitney)
Dr. Ann Witmer
(University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Mentor)
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM EST
(New York Professionals)
Alice Wu, Colin Bane, Jack Hanley, Sophia Jones
(Project Lead Forum)
People We've Met Along the
Designing Bridges in the
Third World from the First
(Tufts Mentor/Tighe & Bond)
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM EST
Billy Fontana, Michelle DePinho, Cristina Cignoli
(New York Professionals)
Aaron Pepin, Kevin Vu, Stephanie Sontgerath
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM EST
Connecticut River Room
Hudson River Room
Miguel Gomez, Elina Vipul, Erin Wengerter, Tejaswini Sudhakar
(City College of New York)
People-Centered Projects: Why PMEL is More Than Data
Makenzie White, Alexandria Sedar, Mallory Hudson, Karen Brzostowski (PMEL SCC)
Want to present? Have any questions? Reach out to our team: