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Student Organizations and Societies
AIChE - American Institute of Chemical Engineers
The purpose of AIChE is to enhance the life-long professional development of its members, provide a learning environment for academic and industrial knowledge, promote excellence in education, and provide a way for its members to apply chemical engineering expertise in meeting societal needs.
ASCE - American Society of Civil Engineers
UND ASCE is the local student chapter of the national professional organization. We provide a great place for engineering students to come together and grow as they work towards becoming professionals in our field.
ASME - American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Our mission is to promote and enhance the technical competency and professional well-being of our members, and through quality programs and activities in mechanical engineering, better enable its practitioners to contribute to the well-being of humankind.
AUG - Association of UND Geologists
Promoting understanding and appreciation of earth processes and preservation. An institution of friends embracing the quest for knowledge and understanding Earth processes.
AWWA/WEF - American Water Works Association/Water Environment Federation
Our groups purpose is to get engineers and other students involved with AWWA and WEF. Both of these national professional societies promote the treatment of, distribution, collection, and reuse of water and wastewater. Our student organization provides an oppourtounity for students to learn more about the field of water resources in civil engineering. We also provide speakers from the ND sections at our meetings to provide our members with up-to-date information regarding the industry.
E-Council – Engineers' Council and NSPE Student Chapter
Promote Engineering outreach in K-12 education. Support students of the College of the Engineering and Mines. Be a means of collaberation between all Engineering organizations.
EMBS - Engineering in Medicine and Biological Sciences
EMBS is a student organization aimed at connecting Engineering students to Biology and medical students to further interest in biomedical engineering.
EWB - Engineers Without Borders
EWB-USA has chosen the delivery of smaller scale infrastructure projects within an overall community program framework as its program delivery model. At its core, the EWB-USA model is rooted in practical engineering solutions. However, in order to be successful, program designers must consider a wide range of inputs from the socio-cultural dimensions of the community to local project ownership and other requirements for long-term project viability.
EWB-USA programs are full partnerships with a host community and one or more local non-governmental organizations (NGOs). EWB-USA members train local community members and local NGOs to successfully monitor and maintain the projects. It is these partnerships which form the basis of a long-term relationship in order to assure the basic infrastructure needs of the community are met and will remain sustainable long after direct chapter involvement ends.
FSAE - Society of Automotive Engineers (Formula One Car)
We started out as an engineering senior design project, but have expanded to use the skills of underclassmen and students from other majors in order to stay competitive. We design and build a racecar from the ground up and compete every other year. While most of the competition is focused on design, ever more emphasis is being applied to the business and presentation side.
IEEE - Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers
Focuses on bridging the gap between the Academic and Industrial world. Promote social activity outside of school.
RC - Robotics Club
- Provide opportunities for professional growth.
- Encourage communication among student members, faculty, and administration.
- Promote the core sciences to on and off campus and students through outreach programs.
- Design and manufacture functional robotic machines for the purpose of entering into National and Global competitions.
- To facilitate social interaction among students.
- To provide an environment that promotes enjoyable learning.
SEA - Society for Energy Alternatives
The Society for Energy Alternatives is a non-profit organization through the University of North Dakota.
SEED - Society for Engineering Entrepreneurship Development
If you have an idea or an invention and dont know what to do with it next than contact SEED. Our members use their knowledge and experience to help guide people through the process of advancing their idea/invention. We can provide students with advice, resources, and possible funding for business competition.
SME - Society of Manufacturing Engineers
We are a student organization to promote manufacturing education on the UND campus.
SPE - Society of Petroleum Engineers
The University of North Dakota student chapter of Society of Petroleum Engineers is focused on the dissemination of knowledge of the theory and practice of all aspects of science related to petroleum engineering and geology/geophysics.
SWE - Society of Women Engineers
Eta Kappa Nu
IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu is a unique membership organization dedicated to encouraging and recognizing excellence in the IEEE-designated fields of interest. Members of individuals who have demonstrated exceptional academic and professional accomplishments.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon National Geoscience Honor Society
The Society of Sigma Gamma Epsilon was established to recognize scholarship and professionalism in the Earth Sciences. It's objectives are the scholastic, scientific, and professional advancement of its members and the extension of relations.
Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society
Tau Beta Pi was founded in 1885 to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their alma mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in the field of engineering.