CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
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Civil and environmental engineering students participate in a variety of engineering student organizations. View list of organizational contacts.



CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING


AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS (ASCE)
ASCE, America's oldest national engineering society, was founded in 1852 and represents more than 140,000 members of the civil engineering profession worldwide.  Faculty advisor: Prof. Allen Jayne

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HIGHWAY ENGINEERS (ASHE)
ASHE is an organization dedicated to allowing students to meet professionals in the transportation industry. Advisor: Matheu Carter

CHI EPSILON
Chi Epsilon is the Civil Engineering Honor Society. Faculty advisor: Prof. Kalehiwot Manahiloh

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING STUDENT ASSOCIATION
EESA offers students pursuing any degree a chance to network with students and professionals in environmentally related fields. Faculty advisor: Prof. Dan Cha

INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERS (ITE)
ITE provides opportunities for students to gain practical knowledge of Transportation Engineering. Faculty advisor: Prof. Rusty Lee

 


GENERAL ENGINEERING


ALPHA OMEGA EPSILON
Alpha Omega Epsilon is a professional sorority that promotes friendship, leadership, and professionalism to all members of the organization, our community, and our professions. Faculty advisor: Prof. Jennifer McConnell

EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING RESEARCH INSTITUTE (EERI)

EERI is an interdisciplinary organization that aims to promote and advance the study of disasters, and to raise awareness of the engineering and social aspects of earthquakes, floods, and other major disasters. Students participate in outreach activities at local middle schools and high schools. Faculty advisor: Prof. Tricia Wachtendorf

ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERS (EWB)
Engineers Without Borders-USA is a non-profit, humanitarian organization of dedicated and enthusiastic students and professionals who share a vision of a world where everyone has access to adequate sanitation, safe drinking water, and resources to meet their basic needs. Once identifying a problem, our chapter works closely with an international community and professional engineers to develop and implement a sustainable solution. Currently, we are focusing on improving clean water access in Mphero, Malawi and in Ubujan, Inabanga, Phillipines. Faculty advisors: Profs. Kimberly Bothi and Abigail Clarke-Sather.

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS (NSBE)
NSBE's mission is to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community. Advisor: Ms. Marianne Johnson

SIGMA PHI DELTA
Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity is an organization founded upon brotherhood and professionalism which seeks to aid in the betterment of the individual and the community in one simultaneous effort. Faculty advisor: Prof. Ismat Shah

SOCIETY OF HISPANIC PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS (SHPE)
SHPE seeks to promote the advancement of Hispanic engineers and scientists in education and in future employment, and improve the retention and enrollment of Hispanic students in engineering and science. Faculty advisor: Prof. Raul Lobo.

SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS (SWE)

SWE works to encourage women, both currently enrolled in college and in the community, to consider engineering as a career. It also aims to provide its members professional training, technical exposure, and intellectual development. Faculty advisor: Prof. Megan Killian.

TAU BETA PI
Tau Beta Pi is an engineering honor society that recognizes those who have conferred honor upon their alma mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in the field of engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering. Faculty advisor: Prof. Abraham Lenhoff

 

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