National Clubs & Societies

Click on the links below to either be directed to the groups’ UConntact or National page.

Club / Society Description 
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics A professional organization dedicated to advancing aeronautics and astronautics, and promoting the professionalism of those engaged in these pursuits.
American Institute of Chemical Engineers   A professional development organization for chemical engineers that is connected to a national network of chemical engineering professionals in education and industry. This student-led organization facilitates networking, professional development, and extracurricular activities. 
American Society of Civil Engineers An organization that provides social and networking opportunities to Civil Engineering students by connecting with professionals currently working in the Civil Engineering field, as well as other students attending UConn.
American Society of Materials International  An association of metals-centric materials engineers and scientists. The Hartford Chapter is dedicated to informing, educating, and connecting the materials community to solve problems and stimulate innovation around the world.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers A professional development organization which strives to provide the tools required for students to succeed in both their academics and the engineering industry
Association for Computing Machinery An organization that provides a voice for student concerns about computer-related issues and a venue for educational enrichment. Membership is open to anyone interested in Computer Science. 
Biomedical Engineering Society Aiming to promote the profession of Biomedical Engineering through the organized effort of this group in study, research, and discussion of the fields of Biomedical Engineering and the dissemination of information thereby gained.
Chi Epsilon  A National honor society for the Civil Engineering profession 
Earthquake Engineering Research Institute
(EERI) UConn Student Chapter 
 A non-profit membership organization that connects those dedicated to reducing earthquake risk. Members include engineers, geoscientists, social scientists, architects, planners, emergency managers, academics, students, and other like-minded professionals. 
Formula SAE  A collegiate competition in which students are challenged with designing, building, and racing an open wheeled, formula style vehicle
Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers A group that organizes and promote academic, professional and social functions for the Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science, and Engineering student body.
Institute of Transportation Engineers Graduate students in Transportation & Urban Engineering and undergrad students in Civil & Environmental Engineering.
International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering Helps to provide educational, networking, and career development opportunities to students interested in the Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences industry at any level, such as engineering, research and development, marketing, accounting, etc. 
Material Advantage A professional organization for MSE undergraduates, as well as prospective MSE students or anyone interested in Material Science in general
Omega Chi Epsilon The national honor society for chemical engineers 
Pi Tau Sigma The international honor society for mechanical engineers
Women in Science and Engineering A great opportunity for Women in STEM field to connect and network