All clubs are open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Contact the club to find out about the next event and how to get involved.
American Institute of Chemical Engineers
The AIChE Student Section is affiliated with the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. This organization provides professional networking and resources to undergraduate and graduate students in ChE.
The faculty advisor is Dr. Anand Ramasubramanian.
International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering
The ISPE Student Section is affiliated with the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering.
The faculty advisor is Dr. Claire Komives.
Materials Advantage is a national organization that acts as the student chapter for 4 different materials related professional socieities:
By joining Materials Advantage, the student has access to the networking, professional resources, and scholarships of all 4 national organizations. On campus, the Materials Advantage club hosts social events and professional development. The students are active in the local ASM professional section which hosts monthly dinner meetings, which provide great opportunities to learn more about materials engineering in local industry and network with working engineers.
The faculty advisor is Dr. Richard Chung.
Society of Plastics Engineers
The SPE Student Section is affiliated with the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) and partners with Northern California's SPE Golden Gate Section. Established in the United States over sixty years ago SPE has become a global leader in information, innovation, and distribution of plastics. The SPE student chapter provides students interested in polymers and plastics engineering with opportunities to further their knowledge to become successful in the industry. The club aims to encourage students to follow their interests in the field of polymers through professional networking events, technical talks, and industry tours.
Check out the student chapter and all its events at spesjsu.org!
The faculty advisor is Dr. Ozgur Keles.
Society of Women Engineers
The Society of Women Engineers is the largest non-profit educational and service organization representing both student and professional women in engineering and technical fields.
The faculty advisor is Dr. Melanie McNeil.