Alpha Pi Mu
Alpha Pi Mu is the only nationally recognized Industrial Engineering Honor Society. We send out invitations to juniors, seniors, graduates, and faculty who meet our requirements. Goals: To confer recognition upon the industrial engineering student who has shown exceptional academic interests and abilities in his field, to encourage wherever possible any movement which will advance the best interest of industrial engineering education, to further unify the student body of the Industrial Engineering Department in presenting its needs and ideals to the faculty, to create a closer student-faculty relationship by bringing together the needs and thoughts of both, to assist and cooperate with all organizations and persons working for the interest of industrial engineering, To benefit its members by the association and experience that can come from bringing together a group with similar interests, objectives, and abilities, and to promote the professional welfare of all.
Benton Engineering Council
Our mission is to serve the engineering student body by aiding the member societies of the Benton Engineering Council. We serve as the link between engineering students and the Engineering College administration, and increase exposure to the College’s initiatives to University of Florida students and the local community. If you are an engineering student group president, join this GroupMe. If you are a BEC representative, join this GroupMe. All other students, please join our listserv!
Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering
Dedicated to the purpose of maintaining and promoting the status of civil and environmental engineering as an ideal profession, Chi Epsilon was organized to recognize the characteristics of the individual civil and environmental en- gineer deemed to be fundamental to the successful pursuit of an engineering career, and to aid in the development of those characteristics in the civil and environmental engineering student.
CISE Undergraduate Student Advisory Board
The primary purpose of CISE Undergraduate Student Advisory Board is to establish a student-managed channel of communication between the CISE department administration and all students in the department. CISE Undergraduate Student Advisory Board will represent the students by collecting and discussing student issues and working with the department to remedy the issue(s).
ECE Graduate Student Organization
Exclusive to Graduate Students
The ECE Graduate Student Organization has been formed in Fall 2006 to serve as a forum for graduate students. The organization is open to all ECE graduate students.
The UF Engineering Ambassadors serve as the liaisons between the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering and its students: past, current, and prospective. Through tours, information sessions, and annual outreach initiatives, we serve our college and community, embrace new and diverse perspectives, empower our members to become future industry leaders, and inspire the future of Gator Engineering. Our recruitment cycle begins at the end of fall and closes typically mid to late January.
Engineering Graduate Student Council
Exclusive to Graduate Students
The Engineering Graduate Student Council (EGSC) is focused on improving the graduate experience within the University of Florida’s Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering. Direct engagement with College officials ensures the student voice and perspective is most effectively represented as UF continues to rise. Through continuous interaction, the EGSC seeks to increase the quality of education delivered, workforce competence of graduating students, and the overall reputation of the University of Florida.
Engineering student advisory Council
Created by Provost Angela Lindner during her term as Associate Dean, ESAC consists of 22 members representing 12 different engineering disciplines in the HWCOE. The purpose of the Engineering Student Advisory Council is to represent the interests and issues of the undergraduate student population in the College of Engineering. The organization will consist of a committee of representatives from departments, minority groups, and student groups within the College of Engineering who meet with the Deans of the College of Engineering monthly to discuss pertinent concerns and issues within the College of Engineering from a student’s perspective. The organization may accomplish this goal by hosting State of the College Addresses, conducting the annual Engineering Student Survey, and hosting Engineering Day. Financial support for these projects and activities will come from corporate sponsors and the College of Engineering.
Have anything to say about the HWCOE or just want to reach out to us? You can send us feedback about the college and send us any questions.
Epsilon Lambda Chi
The purpose of this organization shall be to recognize and distinguish outstanding leadership in the College of Engineering, provide a channel for unification among these leaders, and promote the general welfare of the various societies in the College of Engineering when it is deemed necessary by the active membership.
Florida Engineering Society
We are the student chapter of a statewide network of professional engineers that focuses on professional development, licensure, and connecting students directly with practicing engineers within the state of Florida. FES supports engineering education, advocates licensure, promotes the ethical and competent practice of engineering and enhances the image and well-being of all engineers in the state of Florida. The student chapter here at UF focuses on creating professional development and networking opportunities through our Mentorship Program, career workshops, and social events.
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Graduate Association of Chemical Engineers
Chemical Engineering (Exclusive to Graduate Students)
The purpose of this organization is to stimulate intellectual growth, to build professional networks, and to promote fellowship among graduate students in the Department of Chemical Engineering
Graduate Society of Women Engineers
Exclusive to Graduate Students
We strive to encourage UF’s female engineering students to achieve their full potential in careers as engineers and leaders. We host events for developing careers, promoting the presence of women in STEM, and building relationships with other female engineers.
National Society for Black Engineers
The mission of NSBE is to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.
Phi Sigma Rho
Phi Sigma Rho is a social sorority for women in engineering and engineering technology. Through Phi Sigma Rho, our sisters develop the highest standard of personal integrity, strive for academic excellence, and build friendships that will last a lifetime. Becoming a Sister will enable you to stay active on campus, find study assistance, experience leadership, and participate in community service, social activities, and career development events.
Sigma Phi Delta
The object of the Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity shall be to promote the advancement of the Engineering Profession; to foster the advancement of Engineering Education; to instill a greater spirit of cooperation among Engineering students and organizations; to inculcate in its members the highest ideals of Virtuous manhood, good Citizenship, obedience to Law, and Brotherhood; and to encourage excellence in Scholarship.
Society for Asian Scientists and Engineers
SASE is dedicated to the advancement of Asian heritage scientists and engineers in education and employment so that they can achieve their full career potential. Throughout the year we hold General Body Meetings discussing topics such as personal branding, virtual job hunting, navigating career fairs, and many more. We also organize company information sessions, resume workshops, mock interviews, technical workshops, service events, and study rooms for our members to use. Anybody, regardless of identity, background, and major, is welcome to join and attend our events. Please read our FAQs and watch this video to learn more.
Society of Hispanics Professional Engineers
SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development. SHPE’s vision is a world where Hispanics are highly valued and influential as the leading innovators, scientists, mathematicians and engineers.
Society of Women Engineers
We strive to encourage UF’s female engineering students to achieve their full potential in careers as engineers and leaders. We host events for developing careers, promoting the presence of women in STEM, and building relationships with other female engineers by creating a supportive environment of friendship.
SWE (SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS) RUBE GOLDBERG DESIGN TEAM
Our group is an all-female design team focused on building Rube Goldberg chain reaction machines. The purpose of these machines is to complete a simple task in a complicated and creative way. Anyone who enjoys thinking outside the box is encouraged to join!
Student Chapter of the Polymer and Polymer Materials Science and Engineering Divisions ACS
Material Science and Engineering
The UF POLY/PMSE Chapter is affiliated to the ACS POLY and PMSE divisions that provides networking, career development and opportunities to students and post-doctoral associates in the polymer field.
Student Chapter of the Society of American Military Engineers
It is the intent of this Chapter to host meetings and other activities such as field trips, mentoring programs and internships to be developed between the SAME Post and the Student Chapter to accomplish the objectives such as: Jointly achieving the Society’s goals and objectives as prescribed in its Strategic Plan, linking students with professionals from the Architecture, Engineering, Surveying, Construction and related disciplines, advancing scientific and engineering education and assist in the professional development of Student members, responding to the needs of student members, and conducting high quality, professionally oriented programs and activities that engender camaraderie, and facilitate and improve communication among students and SAME members.
Tau Beta Pi
(Juniors+ only, top eighth of class in GPA)
Tau Beta Pi is the oldest and most prestigious engineering honor society. The Florida Alpha Chapter was founded in 1961 and, out of 246 collegiate chapters, is one of the nation’s most active. We have been named the Most Outstanding Chapter eight times.
Theta Tau professional Engineering Fraternity
The purpose of Theta Tau is to develop and maintain a high standard of professional interest among its members, and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship. In addition to the desirable attributes of a general fraternity, it offers a common bond: an interest in and pursuance of engineering in its various branches. Founded in 1904, we are the largest and oldest professional co-ed engineering fraternity in the nation and encompass all disciplines of engineering.
Women in Computer Science and Engineering
Computer Science, Computer Engineering
As the official student ACM-W chapter, Women in Computer Science and Engineering facilitates the growth and empowerment of women in the field by educating and encouraging younger generations while simultaneously offering students academic and professional resources and camaraderie.
Women in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering
The purpose of Women in Electrical and Computer Engineering it to provide an environment that fosters the growth and encouragement of female students interested in the field of electrical and computer engineering.
Women in Science and Engineering
WiSE is a grass-roots directed program of discussions, workshops, and networking events designed to foster the success of women and other members of under-represented groups at all stages of their careers in science and engineering by providing a forum for academic and personal guidance and support. Our membership comprise mostly of graduate students in a broad range of science disciplines across campus. We welcome ALL members of the academic community.