Graduate Student Clubs and Organizations

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 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.
The purpose of the Computational Sciences Club is to bring together UB students from various disciplines to share their research perspectives, organize seminars and workshops, promote collaboration, and nurture awareness in the job market.
The Computer Science and Engineering Graduate Student Association (CSEGSA) is a GSA academic club formed to bring the CSE graduate students together, promote communication and interest in issues concerning CSE graduate students.
UB-EERI is a student chapter of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute headquartered at the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering at the University at Buffalo.
EMERGE is a student-run STEM-themed biannual publication powered by a multidisciplinary team of inquirers who strive to artistically produce technical content.
The University at Buffalo Human Factors chapter is one of the oldest student chapters of human factors engineers.
The IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Student Chapter at the University at Buffalo (RAS@UB) is open to all UB undergraduates and graduates to join and learn ongoing developments in the field of robotics.
The Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Graduate Student Association (MAE-GSA) is the representative body for MAE graduate students at the University at Buffalo.
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