Student Organizations

MAE Student Clubs and Organizations

10/9/18
PTS is the National Honorary Society for Mechanical Engineering in the United States.
10/9/18
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.
10/9/18
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.
4/30/19
The SAE student chapter is organized primarily to train students in hands-on engineering and design skills.

SEAS Student Clubs and Organizations

10/9/18
The National Society of Black Engineers is the largest student managed organization in the country. NSBE seeks to promote the recruitment, retention, and academic excellence of students of color in engineering and science.
10/9/18
The Society of Women Engineers encourages women to achieve their full career potential as engineers and leaders by expanding the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and by demonstrating the value of diversity.
10/9/18
oSTEM@Buffalo is a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, two-spirited, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual (LGBTTQQIA+) and ally-affirming organization that aims to provide services and support for students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and to create a dynamic network between students and professionals in industry and academia.
10/9/18
The New York Water Environment Association (NYWEA) University at Buffalo Student Chapter is aimed at linking students to the professional world of water sustainability and management.
10/9/18
UB Robotics (UBR) is an undergraduate club dedicated to engineering excellence and collaboration in the field of robotics.
10/9/18
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.
10/9/18
EMERGE is a student-run STEM-themed biannual publication powered by a multidisciplinary team of inquirers who strive to artistically produce technical content.
10/9/18
The mission of EWH is to help students apply knowledge and skills to real problems facing health professionals in the developing world, while expanding practical skills beyond classroom exposure.
10/29/18
SASE is dedicated to the professional and educational advancement of Asian heritage scientists and engineers.
10/29/18
Nanosat is a collaborative organization of undergraduate and graduate students who work with the Air Force Research Lab, NASA, and Moog, Inc. to build satellites from concept to launch.
10/29/18
Tau Beta Pi is the nation's second oldest honor society, and the the only engineering honor society that recognizes individuals from all engineering disciplines.
10/29/18
SHPE UB inspires and motivates underrepresented students to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics at the University at Buffalo and in the Buffalo area.
10/29/18
TPEC gives interested students the chance to explore theme park engineering in depth and to learn more about potential careers in the field.
10/29/18
Theta Tau is the nation's oldest co-ed fraternity for engineers and is comprised of students from all engineering majors.
3/28/19
AISES is a national, nonprofit organization focused on substantially increasing the representation of American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders, First Nations and other indigenous peoples of North America in STEM studies and careers.
4/24/19
The goal of the University at Buffalo Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (UB SEDS) is to raise interest and awareness of space exploration and development.
7/25/19
Phi Sigma Rho is a social sorority exclusively for women in engineering. Phi Sigma Rho sisters strive for academic and professional excellence but recognize that developing lasting bonds of friendship and support with other women in engineering is essential to our success.