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Engineering, Technology, Data and Physical Science

Student Organizations

Get involved on campus! Professional societies and project-based clubs definitely look good on a resume. More importantly, they provide an opportunity to develop relevant skills and show commitment to your field.

Why Join a Professional Society or Campus Club?

  • Build your network – connect with peers, professionals and mentors
  • Career resources – job boards, career fairs, conference and job fair attendance
  • Field knowledge – access to journals, white papers, and newsletters
  • Gain skills – project-based clubs help build your technical, leadership and teamwork skills

Sample Professional Societies and Campus Groups 

  • American Society for Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
  • National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
  • Society of Physics Students (SPS)
  • Women in Computing (WiC)

Sample Project-Based Clubs 

  • Baja SAE
  • UR Robotics
  • Engineers Without Borders

This is not an exhaustive list! To see the full list of student organizations on campus, visit the Student Organizations page.