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Faculty advisor: Dr. Zsuzsa Balogh
AISC clubs offer steel design and/or construction students the opportunity to gather on campus and meet as a group to exchange steel-related knowledge, engage in educational activities, or to network with peers and industry representatives. Additionally, AISC Student Clubs can support a school’s Student Steel Bridge Competition (SSBC) team, attend AISC’s NASCC: The Steel Conference as a group, or participate in AISC’s Adopt-a-School program.
National organization: AISC website
The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), headquartered in Chicago, is a non-partisan, not-for-profit technical institute and trade association established in 1921 to serve the structural steel design community and construction industry in the United States.
Faculty advisor is: Patrick Coughlin
Metropolitan State University of Denver ASCE Student Chapter was created to give students hands-on experiences by providing real-world applications to supplement the Civil Engineering Technology program. We offer a variety of extracurricular activities to our student members, which include guest lectures from practicing engineers and professionals in the industry, off-campus field trips to engineering-related sites in the Front Range area, and we offer a tutoring program. We also work with engineering firms to increase the number of internships available for students, all while raising the prestige of Metropolitan State University of Denver’s Civil Engineering Technology program.
National Organization: www.asce.org
Founded in 1852, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) represents more than 140,000 members of the civil engineering profession worldwide and is America’s oldest national engineering society.
The MSU Denver Humanitarian Engineering Club is dedicated to the mission of problem solving to cultivate the well being of communities we work with. We do this through a holistic, community driven, systems engineering approach. We are not solely focused on the engineering and technology aspects of humanitarian projects but also on solutions that consider social, cultural, political, and economic issues. Our aim is to improve the overall capacity of vulnerable and marginalized communities through community driven problem solving.
For additional information contact the department.
IEEE, pronounced “Eye-triple-E”, stands for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. The national association is chartered under this name and it is the full legal name.
IEEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. IEEE and its members inspire a global community through IEEE’s highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities.
National website: www.ieee.org
Faculty advisor is: Dr. Julio Proano
Upcoming Conferences are found here.
The MSU Denver IEEE Student page is http://ewh.ieee.org/sb/denver/mscd
Established in 1953, the two main purposes of Tau Alpha Pi are:
Tau Alpha Pi members are truly interested in furthering and improving the academic life for all engineering technology students and in promoting the engineering/engineering technology departments at their own institutions.
The ISA at MSU Denver is in a formative state if you wish to help restart the student section please contact the department at [email protected]
Founded in 1945, the International Society of Automation is a leading, global, nonprofit organization that is setting the standard for automation by helping over 30,000 worldwide members and other professionals solve difficult technical problems, while enhancing their leadership and personal career capabilities. Based in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, ISA develops standards; certifies industry professionals; provides education and training; publishes books and technical articles; and hosts conferences and exhibitions for automation professionals
The SWE at MSU Denver is in a formative state if you wish to help start the student section, please contact: Dr. Zsuzsa Balogh
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE), founded in 1950, is a not-for-profit educational and service organization. SWE is the driving force that establishes engineering as a highly desirable career aspiration for women. SWE empowers women to succeed and advance in those aspirations and be recognized for their life-changing contributions and achievements as engineers and leaders.
The Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association (RMWEA) serves water and wastewater professionals from Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming by providing technical education, training, networking, and leadership opportunities to those who clean water and return it safely to the environment.
For more information please contact Faculty Advisor: Dr Sung Hee Joo
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ASME is a not-for-profit membership organization that enables collaboration, knowledge sharing, career enrichment, and skills development across all engineering disciplines, toward a goal of helping the global engineering community develop solutions to benefit lives and livelihoods. Founded in 1880 by a small group of leading industrialists, ASME has grown through the decades to include more than 120,000 members in over 150 countries worldwide.
From college students and early-career engineers to project managers, corporate executives, researchers and academic leaders, ASME’s members are as diverse as the engineering community itself. ASME serves this wide-ranging technical community through quality programs in continuing education, training and professional development, codes and standards, research, conferences and publications, government relations and other forms of outreach.
The ASME was founded in 1880 as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.