Student Groups

Stevens students can extend their education and involvement in “green” initiatives beyond the classroom through a variety of clubs and organizations.

Engineers Without Borders (EWB)

Engineers Without Borders USA is a non-profit, national humanitarian organization that partners with communities around the world to help meet basic human needs through engineering solutions. Groups of professionals and students — like Stevens’ EWB chapter — fundraise and apply to work on projects through the national organization.

Stevens Environmental Engineering Professional Society (SEEPS)

SEEPS was created in 2018 to centralize several environmental engineering professional society chapters at Stevens, including the Water Environment Federation (WEF), the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists (AAEES), and the American Water Works Association (AWWA). By bringing these groups together, SEEPS members aim to gain a more holistic understanding of professional opportunities in fields related to environmental engineering and a wider social network.

Stevens Sustainability Coalition (SSC)

Founded by three graduate students in spring 2019, the Stevens Sustainability Coalition (SSC) is a student-led initiative that focuses on implementing sustainability at Stevens, as defined by the United Nations: by leveraging resources without jeopardizing future generations. In pursuit of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, the SSC partners with on-campus clubs and municipalities to develop innovative, sustainability-oriented projects, such as incorporating renewable energy, achieving zero waste, and encouraging efficient water use. The organization utilizes recognized sustainability management methods, like materiality mapping, to make its projects successful.

Sustainability, Activism, Volunteering, and Engineering (SAVE)

Founded in spring 2013, SAVE is the Stevens chapter of Engineers for a Sustainable World, an international nonprofit network of students and professionals united by their shared passion for technical sustainability. On Castle Point, SAVE has spearheaded a number of initiatives, including “Sustainability Smackdown,” a competition challenging all clubs at Stevens to host the most sustainable event; an annual campus-wide Earth Day celebration; and participation in RecycleMania, a national collegiate recycling challenge.