The purpose of the IEEE club is to provide its members with a wide range of information pertaining to the fields of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
For more information please contact: Gabriel Chaddock, President at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Society of Automotive Engineers wants you! SAE is not just about engineering and manufacturing, it’s an adventure for all PNW students. A cross-functional team of students get together to lead, plan, and implement solutions to problems that face the selected project. For example, on June 1-3 of 2001, six students participated in the SAE Midwest Mini-Baja Race. The purpose of this race is to have the student team design, promote, obtain sponsors, build, develop production and cost analysis reports, and place into competition a prototype off-road vehicle.
The purpose of this organization is to inform young women, their parents, counselors, and the general public of the qualifications and achievements of women in engineering and the opportunities available to them.
NSBE develops intensive programs for increasing the participation of Blacks and other unrepresented groups in the field of engineering and the engineering technologies. Members attend national and regional conferences, retreats and workshops. Membership provides opportunity for scholarships, awards, and career and academic counseling and mentoring.