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The Real World KYLE GEISLER 15 Kyle Geisler 15 who is pursuing a co-terminal B.S.M.E. degree in civil and structural engineering grew up in Saugerties a small town in upstate New York. Geisler was looking to expand his perspective and hes been able to do that through his involvement with Rensselaers chapter of Engineers Without Borders. Last year I was project leader for a project we have with a small island community in Panama he said. They have limited access to clean water and were investigating alternatives to select something thats sustainable. Geisler helped to design and build rainwater catchment systems. Ive always been interested in philanthropy and helping underprivileged people he said. Engineers Without Borders has allowed me to take what I learn in class and apply it to real-life problems. Engineers Without Borders has allowed me to take what I learn in class and apply it to real- life problems. Today more than two billion people lack access to the most basic thingsclean drinking water adequate sanitation reliable passage to local markets and more. Engineers Without Borders EWB is an international organization that supports community- driven development projects around the world by collaborating with local partners to design and implement sustainable engineering projects. Rensselaer is proud to have a chapter of EWB that brings our students and faculty into the field to make a difference. school of engineering 17