Student Clubs and Organizations

Our Engineering Clubs are focused on the many different facets of the engineering and applied sciences fields and allow students to gain hands-on experience of the material they learn in the classroom.

In addition to networking with professors and professionals, engineering clubs actively carry out research projects, conduct valuable experiments and compete in competitions throughout the nation. Many of clubs are nationally recognized and work closely with national societies.

Most notably, the engineering clubs participate in the National Engineers Week in February of each year, where each club competes in events such as a paper bridge competition, rocket launches, Battle Bots and more.

Student Clubs, Organizations and Societies

Student Clubs A-Z


The mission of the AWMA student chapter is to provide leadership and direction to the UB student population in the areas of air and waste management.


AIAA is a national organization whose goal is to serve the technical needs and to promote the professional development of engineers in the aerospace field.


The student chapter of UB CBE’s AIChE prepares undergraduate students for the real world by fostering connections with future employers. They do so by presenting a speaker series where students can visit with and learn from UB CBE alums, and they can go on local company plant tours each month.


ASCE encourages professional consciousness and aims to afford opportunity for civil engineering students to practice working together effectively.


ASME is a nationwide and international organization with approximately 100,000 members. The student chapter coordinates, plans and runs a variety of student activities, including the invitation of guest speakers, organization of field trips, department open house for the Buffalo community, student paper contests, an annual picnic and banquet, and participation in the Mid-Atlantic Regional Student Conference.


The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is the main professional organization for computing professionals. Our mission is to foster a student community around computer science and software engineering at the University at Buffalo through tech talks, hackathons, and social events.


The mission of the Biomedical Engineering GSA is to foster effective academic, community, and professional collaborations between BE students, faculty, business leaders, and other clubs.


The mission of the BMES is to build and support the biomedical engineering community, locally, nationally and internationally, with activities designed to communicate recent advances, discoveries, and inventions; promote education and professional development; and integrate the perspectives of the academic, medical, governmental, and business sectors.


The CBE chapter of the graduate student association (GSA) is a group that exists to offer students in our department encouragement for a healthy work/life balance.


Chi Epsilon is an educational and professional fraternity with a mission of maintaining and promoting the status of Civil engineering as an ideal profession.

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