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The Adaptive Technology Engineering Network (ATEN) is a relatively new group at OSU, with a focus on accessible engineering for those with disabilities. Members of this club are provided opportunities to learn about what accessible engineering looks like in industry and society via guest speakers. ATEN also provides a variety of accessible engineering projects to provide hands on experience to members who would like to create for the community. While ATEN is under the College of MIME, our members come from a large variety of engineering backgrounds, so students who participate in these projects will get the opportunity to gain experience working with those from different engineering fields. Our group is also looking to expand our project list so new members are welcome to bring forward their own adaptive engineering project ideas.
Alpha Chi Sigma is a professional co-ed fraternity centered around the chemical sciences. We strive for the advancement of chemistry both as a science and as a profession. One of our goals is to bind members with a tie of true and lasting friendships through chemistry. It is through outreach, professional development, and networking that we provide opportunities for growth for our members. You are not required to be a chemistry major or minor to join. We simply require that you have taken or are planning to take at least two chemistry courses. We are a diverse group with different majors, career interests, and backgrounds and love to welcome new faces.
OSU AIAA is a student organization that seeks to compete with other colleges and universities in aerospace engineering and design competitions, as well as complete groundbreaking aerospace research at the collegiate level. We also work to inspire youth in our community to pursue STEM-related degrees and careers through dedicated STEM Engagement opportunities.
The American Nuclear Society / Health Physics Society at Oregon State University is a student-led organization tied to the American Nuclear Society National Chapter. Our ANS student section hosts professional development events, research symposiums, social events, and provides volunteer outreach opportunities for all interested students. OSU ANS recently celebrated its 50th anniversary as a recognized student section by ANS National! Most of our members are in the School of Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE), though members of other departments within OSU are welcome to join. Our ANS chapter provides nuclear education and outreach through student involvement fairs, university and department organized activities, elementary school science fairs, and K-12 and public presentations.
We are the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Student Chapter at Oregon State. If you are interested in Civil Engineering, Construction Engineering Management, or Architectural Engineering, we are the club for you! Being a member of ASCE allows you to further your academic and professional goals while meeting classmates that share similar interests to you. Through social events, industry speaker meetings, professional development events, and volunteering opportunities, ASCE helps you to learn more about the Civil Engineering profession before you enter the workforce.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) is a national organization that advances the mechanical engineering discipline by organizing student competitions and providing professional development courses, among other things. Our goal is to expose OSU students to engineering by organizing students competitions, setting up industry tours, and bringing speakers to OSU.
The App Development Club provides members with opportunities to learn, practice, and collaborate on app development. The club focuses on the development of user-facing applications for iOS, Android, and the web, and is open to working with any other platforms that facilitate this kind of application. We work to create a community of programmers that are interested in helping each other learn and grow in their development abilities, and we welcome anyone regardless of skill level. In our weekly meetings (Wednesdays, from 6 to 7 PM), we allow developers to discuss their current projects, current events in the application development industry, and occasionally host talks from experts in the field. In our Discord, we have several channels through which developers can seek out introductory help, constructive feedback on their projects, and many other discussions.
AGC Student Chapter has served as the voice of the student body with the construction industry. We provide advantageous opportunities to our members by hosting company speaker meetings designed for students to obtain a summer internship and full-time employment. In 2019, the School of Civil and Construction Engineering at Oregon State University had a 96% placement rate in full-time employment for their students.
ASOSU is every student at Oregon State University. MISSION: ASOSU is every student at Oregon State University. We exist as an organization to promote academic excellence, encourage the intellectual, social, cultural, and physical development of the student body, and enable the student body to assert its varied interests as citizens and members of the academic community through democratic representation.
The Oregon State University ACM Student Chapter is an officially recognized ACM chapter where OSU students and faculty can meet and share an interest in all things Computer Science. Our mission is to enhance learning through exchange of ideas between students and established professionals, faculty, and other students. We mainly focus on competitive programming, technical interview strategy, and sharing industry knowledge. Our flagship event is competing at the ACM International Collegiate Programming Competition (ICPC), one of the world's largest, oldest, and most prestigious programming competitions.
Land your tech career with the Association of Computing Machinery-Women’s Chapter! We are a community that celebrates & supports the professional development of Women in Tech. We host fun social events, resume/interview workshops with companies, and hackathons!
Baja SAE® consists of competitions that simulate real-world engineering design projects and their related challenges. Engineering students are tasked to design and build an off-road vehicle that will survive the severe punishment of rough terrain. The object of the competition is to provide SAE student members with a challenging project that involves the design, planning and manufacturing tasks found when introducing a new product to the consumer industrial market.
The Vision of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) is to serve as the world's leading society of professionals devoted to developing and using engineering and technology to advance human health and well-being. Our mission as a club is to provide opportunities for professional and educational development for aspiring Biomedical Engineers. We hope to expand students' knowledge and tools used in the field, as well as developing leadership and professional qualities through professional networking and social events.
We support students with all things personal financial education. We can meet 1-on-1 with students around all things college financial literacy (budgeting, financial aid, scholarships, costs, financial planning, finding resources to help save or find more funds, etc.).
The ChemE Car team is a student-run group at Oregon State University. The purpose of ChemE Car is to collaboratively build a car that starts and stops with chemical reactions. The car includes or has included chemical and biological reactions, electrical connections, and a mechanical chassis and drive train, meaning ALL engineering majors are welcome.
The Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering Student Club is the OSU Chapter for the nationally recognized American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Our community of driven engineers and community leaders uplift incoming and current engineers at Oregon State University in industry, academia, and community service. The CBEE Club has many facets that make for a desirable student membership. As the OSU AIChE student chapter, we attend the Annual and Regional conferences every year. Our ChemE Car and ChemE Jeopardy teams compete in the regional conference to qualify for the annual conference, and we also have many students present research and participate in other workshops.
COE's Peer Tutoring Program aims to provide an academic support service intended to help students meet the demands of engineering academic coursework, ultimately improving their success and persistence to graduation. At it's most basic level, the program provides free content tutoring for engineering curriculum; however, we also hope to facilitate the development of confidence, independence and self-awareness in students.
The COE Center for Diversity & Inclusion supports and empowers students who have traditionally been denied equal opportunities in the field of engineering. These students include, but are not limited to: First-generation, LGBTQ+, students of color, womxn, low-income, international, undocumented or DACAmented students, students with disabilities, etc.
EERI/OSU is a student chapter of the national organization, EERI, which aims to reduce earthquake risk by (1) advancing the science and practice of earthquake engineering, (2) improving understanding of the impact of earthquakes on the physical, social, economic, political, and cultural environment, and (3) advocating comprehensive and realistic measures for reducing the harmful effects of earthquakes.
There are two main factors that contribute to your success in the world of engineering: your technical knowledge and your soft (communication) skills. You will develop technical knowledge throughout your coursework at OSU, but what about your speaking skills? That's where the Engineering Speaking Club comes in. Our group provides a comfortable environment for engineering students to practice essential speaking skills.
ESC is a student-run organization at Oregon State University. The purpose of the ESC is to coordinate and support the activities of engineering student organizations, and the students therein.
The mission of EWB OSU is simple, to build a better world through engineering projects that empower communities to meet their basic human needs and equip leaders to solve the world’s most pressing challenges. We are currently working on 2 projects addressing water supply, quality, and distribution in Cambodia and Nicaragua.
Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) is an honor society for Electrical and Computer Engineering majors through IEEE. It is a national honorary society with nearly 200 chapters at different universities. The first chapter was founded in 1904 at the University of Illinois. The Pi chapter, here at OSU, was founded in 1920. The top quarter of ECE juniors and top third of ECE seniors are invited to join HKN each fall. We host faculty speakers, industry mixers, and other events to provide its members with many networking opportunities. Members of HKN believe it is important to give back to the community, and provide tutoring to undergraduate electrical and computer engineering students each term. Members are required to tutor for a minimum of eight hours each term, and are encouraged to tutor routinely each week if possible.
GEEO is a student-run organization. The mission of GEEO is to engage elementary, middle school, and high school girls in topics related to the STEM fields, and to inspire girls to pursue careers related to these fields. GEEO strives to give girls the tools they need to feel like they belong in STEM. Members serve as role models to exemplify confidence, passion, and determination in their career. GEEO aims to showcase the College of Engineering as a place where women belong. The club is fully inclusive and looking for members regardless of their background with a passion to inspire young girls.
Girls Who Code is a non profit organization whose mission is to “close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does”. Girls Who Code is dedicated to teaching members confidence in tech and improving coding skills.
Global Formula Racing is an international cooperation between students from Oregon State University (OSU) and Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg-Ravensburg (DHBW). The beginning of our unique global venture started in 2009. We share physical and intellectual resources by using advanced communication-technology to create two highly competitive vehicles that participate in Formula SAE competitions in both the United States and Europe.
The purpose of this organization shall be to provide knowledge, training, and networking opportunities that inspire students to become technically and socially competent Industrial and Systems Engineers. Our ultimate goal is professional development. Our operations, activities, and meetings will enable your growth as an engineer and advance your involvement in the industrial engineering community.
The Leadership Academy is an innovative student experience developed and delivered with the strategic involvement and ongoing support of key corporate partners. This is a program that allows you to develop your professional, interpersonal, and leadership skills through interactive workshops, mentorships with industry partners, and professional experiences. The Academy accelerates students' development as EP2IC leaders; increasing graduates' competitiveness for employment and propelling their future success as early career professionals.
We are LUG, a student group dedicated to teaching and advocating free and open source software (FOSS) on campus. This means we contribute to the tools we use and use the tools we love. Pop in to our meetings to hang out and chat about your cool projects and ideas, or stop by for help with anything Linux related, whether its installation or getting set up for a specific class!
Unique among cooperative programs, MECOP Inc., formerly known as the Multiple Engineering Cooperative Program, demonstrates the power of an effective business / education partnership.
The mission of the National Society of Black Engineers is "to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community." NSBE Club Objectives: Stimulate and develop student interest in the various engineering disciplines Strive to increase the number of minority students studying engineering at both the undergraduate and graduate levels Encourage members to seek advanced degrees in engineering or related fields and to obtain professional engineering registrations Promote public awareness of engineering and the opportunities for Blacks and other minorities in that profession Function as a representative body on issues and developments that affect the careers of Black Engineers.
BattleBots hosts workshops and encourages projects outside of normal studies to help give each student the skills needed to succeed in life and studies. We teach classes on cad(solidworks), how to wire and connect motors, esc's, microcontrollers, and how to program and make everything work together. We also help other non stem majors learn and get involved building robots.
The Oregon State ITE Student Chapter works to advance the professional and social development of its members within the field of transportation engineering. Each term, our group hosts a mix of speaker meetings, technical presentations, informational recruitment sessions, and a variety of field trips, aimed to expose students to various aspects of transportation. In addition to these professionally-oriented activities, we also strive to provide a variety of social events, such as potlucks, BBQ’s, sports outings, and movie nights! We also complete at least one technical data collection project each year to help our members gain field experience while working on real-life transportation projects. We encourage all students (no matter your class standing or level of experience with transportation) to join and learn more about the exciting field of transportation!
The Oregon State Concrete Canoe Team is part of the American Society of Civil Engineers’ international competition in which we construct canoes from lightweight concrete and race them against other schools who have done the same.
Our mission is to strengthen the OSU community by fostering connections between students and building stronger programming skills through quarterly coding competitions and workshops. Because our club was originally created with the needs of Ecampus CS students in mind, our monthly meetings, weekly HackerWeeks competitions, and our quarterly BeaverHacks hackathons are held entirely online. Through small, humble beginnings our club has continued to grow through the support of OSU students, alumni and faculty. We welcome tech enthusiasts and programmers of all skill levels and experiences!
The OSU Security Club (OSUSEC) is a community focused around cybersecurity. OSUSEC competes in various cybersecurity competitions, namely Capture The Flag (CTF) and Cyber Defense Competitions (CDC). We also are invested in teaching the essentials of many areas of digital and physical security to members through hands on practice and a weekly educational mock CTF competition called the CTF League. Many areas that OSUSEC focuses on have direct applications to cybersecurity jobs or are otherwise directly applicable to the real world.
To further the work of, to improve the effectiveness of, and to enhance the public understanding of and appreciation for Chicanos, Latinos, Native Americans, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and other underrepresented minorities in science
The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers: Oregon State chapter supports its members’ career pursuits in every possible way, from deciding their major field of study to becoming competitive individuals for employment. Members also practice leadership skills through organizing community service projects and serving as mentors and role models for other students. SASE at OSU promotes diversity and inclusion on campus and at the workplace, as all SASE chapters throughout the United States, and welcomes individuals of all ethnic backgrounds.
Society of Manufacturing Engineers is a nonprofit association of professionals, educators and students committed to promoting and supporting the manufacturing industry. Here at Oregon State University, we host the local chapter for SME where we provide college students with a community to create industry connections, gain technical knowledge and grow professionally in manufacturing.
The club's main goal is to support and empower women in the field of engineering as a minority group. The college of engineering seeks to provide an inclusive environment for students to learn and grow and SWE's mission statement aligns with the same goals.
Sports Product Development Club was founded at Oregon State University in 2017. The goal of the club is to provide students who share an interest in the science, engineering, and business of sports products, a community to discuss, learn, network, and further push the technology of sport.
We are a group that primarily participate in hands-on experience in welding, construction, learning, and more. The Steel Bridge Team competes in a once a year competition where we design and fabricate a 20ft long bridge that is with-able to withstand 2000lbs. The Design and Fabrication is all done by the students with some guidance by the Civil Teachers.
Tau Beta Pi is the only engineering honor society representing the entire engineering profession. It is the nation's second-oldest honor society, founded at Lehigh University in 1885 to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as students in engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in engineering colleges.