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Welcome to the EERI-Stanford Student Chapter Website!

The EERI Stanford student chapter strives to provide students interested in structural and earthquake engineering with professional development and community-building opportunities.

We organize events that promote interaction with industry, encourage research collaboration, and facilitate social connections. These include bringing speakers to campus, participating in outreach activities, and putting on social gatherings.

Find out more about our events by visiting this website!

You can also follow us on Facebook.

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EERI Mission

The Stanford student chapter is part of a broader interdisciplinary professional organization that aims to reduce earthquake risk.  Additional information about EERI can be accessed by visiting the EERI website.

Who We Are
The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute is the leading non-profit membership organization dedicated to understanding earthquake risk and increasing earthquake resilience in communities worldwide. Our diverse multidisciplinary membership includes researchers, practitioners, and students in engineering, geoscience, social science, architecture, planning, government, emergency management, public health, and policy making. EERI has been bringing people and disciplines together since 1948.

Vision
A future where communities worldwide understand their earthquake risk and act to improve their resilience to earthquakes and other hazards.

Mission Statement
EERI provides members with the technical knowledge, leadership and advocacy skills, collaborative networks, and multidisciplinary context to achieve earthquake resilience in their communities worldwide.

Become a Member

To become a member of EERI, click the button below and go to the "Membership Center" tab.  You can apply either online or print and mail the application.

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