Alpha Beta Epsilon is a co-ed fraternity dedicated to advancing the science of biology and its allied interests, while promoting a social environment and providing service to the community. There is a rush and pledge process for this organization.
The goal of the student branch of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics is to promote the study of aerospace sciences and engineering as well as promote the professionalism of those interested in these fields.
Serving Chemical Engineers Who Serve the World. AIChE is geared towards advancing the practice and theory of Chemical Engineering. Anyone who is interested in chemical engineering may join!
The Microbiology Society seeks to promote student interest in microbiology and related disciplines such as public health, medicine, and biology as well as to act as a resource for students with respect to research and employment opportunities.
ASCE meets biweekly to provide networking opportunities to Civil Engineering students. We hold events to bring you into contact with professionals currently working in the Civil Engineering field, as well as other students attending UConn.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers is a professional development organization which strives to provide the tools required for students to succeed in both their academics and the engineering industry.
UConn student chapter of ACM, the world's largest educational and scientific computing society. It brings together students with a shared interest in programming and computing.
An organization for star gazing, telescope use, space movies (Interstellar, the Martian etc), and camping trips. We meet Tuesday evenings at 9pm in ITE 121! (Information Technology Engineering)
Our purpose is to discuss the ethical rewards and ramifications of modern biological issues in a professional manner. We hope to incorporate various viewpoints in our debates and discussion materials.
The object of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) shall be 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.