Adaptive Technology Engineering Network

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.

 

Association of Computing Machinery Women's Chapter

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!

 

OSU CS Post-Bacc Online Student Community

The OSU CS Post-Bacc Online Slack Community is an essential and highly valuable component to the post-bacc. It's networking. It's a support system. It's people to joke (and commiserate) with. It's also the best way to find reliable partners/groups when classes call for them. This slack allows you to be more engaged and involved with the CS postbacc community and for interactions with other students - like you would get in an on-campus program. These are real people having real conversations about school, careers, hobbies, and life. Don't be a stranger. Join us!

 

College of Engineering Center for Diversity and Inclusion

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.

 

Girls Empowerment, Engineering, and Outreach

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

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.

 

Institiute of Industrial and Systems Engineers

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.

 

National Society of Black Engineers

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.

 

Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Native Americans in Science

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

 

Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers

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 Hispanic Professional Engineers

SHPE raises awareness, provides access, and prepares Hispanic students and professionals to become leaders in the STEM field. Our members are driving innovation, the global economy, and a prosperous Hispanic community. SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support, and development.

 

Society of Women Engineers

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.

 

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