ONE Drury

About the Organization
ONE Drury is a campus chapter for the international advocacy organization ONE. Since its formation in 2010 by six students, ONE Drury has become a nationally recognized ONE campus chapter. ONE Drury is comprised of students from different countries, beliefs and backgrounds who are all dedicated to the same thing; the eradication of extreme poverty and preventable diseases. ONE Drury actively engages and educates members of the Springfield community about issues ranging from HIV/AIDs, sustainable agriculture and water supplies to trade and investment. ONE Drury members often meets with members of government to advocate on behalf of smart programs and open development.

Meetings are every other Monday at 7 p.m. in the Olin Library, Room 214

How to Join
Students may join by attending the meetings and giving their e-mail to the Executive Board. Students should contact current ONE Drury members to confirm the time and location of the meeting as times are subject to change.

National Website


Campus Advisor
Charlyn Ingwerson
Special Instructor of English, Coordinator of English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
Pearsons 407

At a Glance:

  • Service organization
  • Open membership
  • First-year students welcome
  • Bi-monthly meetings
  • No involvement fees
  • To join, attend meetings