Mines Without Borders

Colorado School of Mines

Projects

Mines Without Borders engages in impactful, humanitarian engineering projects at home and abroad to serve underrepresented communities with collaborative and innovative solutions

Solar Lighting

Working in Uganda to install solar street lights for extended business operations and increased safety  

Water Distribution

Collaborating with a community in Nicaragua to implement an effective water distribution system

Graywater

A partnership between EWB and Bayaud Enterprises to design a graywater treatment and storage system and irrigate parks in Denver.

About MWB

Mines Without Borders (MWB) partners with communities to design and implement sustainable engineering projects, while creating transformative experiences and responsible leaders. The organization is a chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB-USA). Through these projects, we give students, from all backgrounds, the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those around the world.

Contact us

Mail

Kaylee Beiler (President)

kbeiler@mines.edu

Patricia Lamminar (Vice President)

plamminar@mines.edu

General Club Email Address

mineswithoutborders@gmail.com

MINES WITHOUT BORDERS

PRESIDENT

VICE PRESIDENT

KAYLEE BEILER

Kaylee is a junior studying chemical engineering and this is her second year involved with MWB. Previously she worked as the Treasurer handling the clubs finances, logistics, and expanding MWB to corporate sponsorship. She sat on the executive board and worked closely with the prior president preparing her for this year. 

kbeiler@mymail.mines.edu

 

PATRICIA LAMMINAR

Patricia is a junior in chemical engineering and this her third year involved with MWB. She was involved in the Uganda streetlight project and held the Education and Outreach Chair position in her sophomore year. Now as VP, she works alongside Kaylee and the rest of the officers to help with MWB’s logistics, fundraising, and website operations.

 plamminar@mines.edu