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http://aawe.tamu.edu • Recognized

To support and encourage women at the Texas A&M Department of Aerospace Engineering through personal and professional networking, and to promote our field of study.

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Aggie Club of Engineers is a social, service, and leadership organization strongly rooted in academics. ACE is based on the premise that bringing together student leaders from all levels and...

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Aggie FIRST Robotics is organized as an association for aiding faculty, staff, and students at Texas A&M University in their transition into the FIRST Volunteer and FIRST Mentor programs, providing...

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This organization was put together to help students in Agricultural Systems Management to get to know those within the major and within the College of Agriculture. In addition, many agricultural...

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http://aci.tamu.edu • Recognized

The purpose of the organization shall be to provide a means of advancing the interests of the American Concrete Institute in Texas A&M University which includes advancing engineering and technical...

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http://aiaa.tamu.edu • Recognized

Professional development of students who are interested in a career in the aerospace industry. The promotion of aeronautics and astronautics on campus.

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http://aiche.tamu.edu • Recognized

The Texas A&M University Student Chapter of AIChE is dedicated to providing members with experiences that go beyond the usual classroom education. As a professional society, we arrange opportunities...

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http://ans.tamu.edu • Recognized

The purpose of this organization is to promote the development of scientific knowledge and understanding of nuclear science and engineering, thus providing for its utilization for the benefit of...

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To promote leadership development and professional advancement of pre-professional members of the Society. To promote the interests and activities of members of the community. To promote the...

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http://asce.tamu.edu • Recognized

The Texas A&M student chapter of ASCE has over 400 students involved. Texas A&M ASCE membership provides an unique experience and allows students an opportunity to develop lasting relationships with...

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[1] Promote the status of engineering education research and practice [2] Provide a platform for current and future students to cultivate interests in engineering education research and practice [3]...

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http://asme.tamu.edu • Recognized

The objective of this organization is to promote the profession of Mechanical Engineering. We build professional relationships between company representatives and members. This is completed primarily...

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http://bmes.tamu.edu • Recognized

The Biomedical Engineering Society works with the Biomedical Engineering Department to expose students to the large array of job/career opportunities in this field as well as enhance the overall...

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http://chegsa.tamu.edu • Recognized

The objective of this association shall be to serve the interests and address concerns of the graduate students at the Texas A&M Department of Chemical Engineering.

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http://csegsa.tamu.edu • Recognized

The goals of this association shall be to: * Provide graduate students in the Department of Computer Science with the means to express their opinions and address issues which affect them directly...

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Our mission is to serve the interests and address concerns of the graduate students at the Texas A&M Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The purpose of this organization is to...

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To establish an outlet for the Engineering community to learn and practice creative leadership skills through mentorship, outreach and social responsibility.

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The purpose of this organization is to create a world of environmental, social and economic prosperity through implementing engineering principles in philanthropic efforts to design, educate, and...

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http://ewh.tamu.edu • Recognized

The mission of Engineering World Health (EWH) is to inspire and mobilize the engineering community to improve the quality of health care in vulnerable communities of the developing world. They achieve...

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Freshmen Reaching Excellence in Engineering is a student organization created for the purpose of developing leadership and forming a community of freshmen within the college of engineering.

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http://hps.tamu.edu • Recognized

To bring in health physics speakers and organize activities for health physics students in the nuclear engineering department.

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The purpose of the Society are technical, scientific, literary, and educational. The Society shall strive for the advancement of knowledge of the theory and practice of electrical engineering and the...

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The purpose shall be to disseminate knowledge of the theory and practice of all aspects of electrical engineering, electronics, radio, allied branches of engineering or the related arts and sciences...

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http://iie.tamu.edu • Recognized

The purpose of this Chapter is to serve as a voice of the Industrial and Systems Engineering Students, provide programs to enhance the knowledge and understanding of the profession, promote Industrial...

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http://ite.tamu.edu • Recognized

The purpose of this organization shall be to promote the advancement of transportation engineering. The goals of this organization shall be to foster the closer association of students with the...

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MTS goals are to disseminate marine science and technical knowledge, to promote and support education for marine scientists, engineers and technicians, to advance the development of tools required to...

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To provide students interested in the field of materials science with professional development of technical and soft skills, and with professional networking opportunities

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http://megso.tamu.edu • Recognized

The purpose is to promote positive communication within the Mechanical Engineering Graduate Program at Texas A&M University through regular member meetings, social activities, knowledge exchange and...

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http://melc.tamu.edu • Recognized

Provide a medium of communication between the Mechanical Engineering Department and Mechanical Engineering students. Provide a means of communications between the independent organizations within the...

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- Disseminate and promote the knowledge of corrosion protection, corrosion engineering and its management at Texas A&M University. - Enhance collaborations between NACE TAMU and other corrosion...

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NEMO is committed to providing and developing strong mentor relationships for Engineering and Computer Science students at Texas A&M University. While its social and professional agenda allows its...

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http://nsbe.tamu.edu • Recognized

The mission of the National Society of Black Engineers is to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the...

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PAID is an organization for promoting student involvement with Industrial Distribution faculty and industry personnel. Student members organize and publicize business meetings, power lunches, social...

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http://sampe.tamu.edu • Recognized

The objective of the Chapter is the advancement and dissemination of scientific, engineering and technical knowledge, especially with respect to the manufacturing and processing of materials. This...

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http://sase.tamu.edu • Recognized

SASE is dedicated to the advancement of Asian heritage scientists and engineers in education and employment so that they can achieve their full career potential. In addition to professional...

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http://sfte.tamu.edu • Recognized

The Society of Flight Test Engineers is a fraternity of engineers, whose principal professional interest is the flight testing of aircraft and missiles. The objective of the Society is the advancement...

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http://shpe.tamu.edu • Recognized

The mission of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) is to promote the development of hispanics in engineering, math and science professions to achieve educational excellence, economic...

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http://sme.tamu.edu • Recognized

The purpose of the organization shall be to educate students about manufacturing careers, technologies, processes, and practices.

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http://sname.tamu.edu • Recognized

SNAME goals are to advance the state of the art, to afford the opportunity for the exchange of information and ideas, to disseminate results of research, experience and information among its members...

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The purpose of the organization is to promote student awareness and the education of polymer science and engineering by having monthly technical meetings, interacting with industrial partners and the...

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The Society of Women Engineers (SWE), originally founded in 1950, is a national non-profit educational and service organization. SWE is the driving force that establishes engineering as a highly...

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The mission of the Society of Women in Industrial Distribution is to develop confident and competent young professionals. We will create and maintain an environment where students, faculty, and...

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To serve as a representative voice for the students, societies, and administration within the Dwight Look College of Engineering, to increase engineering awareness, and to provide for professional...

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http://tacs.tamu.edu • Recognized

The purpose of the Texas A&M Computing Society is twofold. First, we strive to encourage students to explore more fully all aspects of computing technology. Towards this end, TACS hosts guest speakers...

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The goal of MEEC is to benefit the Texas A&M community by a forum for both students and outside entities to collaborate and cultivate next-level skills that can facilitate impact on a local and...

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http://seaot.tamu.edu • Recognized

SEAoT welcomes graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in structural engineering. At monthly meetings students can hear presentations made by other students or by visiting speakers...

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The organization promotes the profession of Civil Engineering, specifically Geotechnical Engineering. It also increases the awareness of the activies of geotechnical engineers through speakers and...

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TURTLE's mission is to provide A&M engineering students a hands-on experience in the field of robotics. Each semester, teams will be challenged with a project or assignment that will culminate in a...

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http://srt.tamu.edu • Recognized

The purpose of the Sounding Rocketry Team is to encourage an environment of academic application to technical projects. More specifically, the team will learn about different components of...

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http://aws.tamu.edu • Recognized

To promote the science, technology, and application of welding and allied joining and cutting processes, including brazing, soldering, and thermal spraying amongst the students of Texas A&M...

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http://spe.tamu.edu • Recognized

Our mission as a student chapter at Texas A&M University is to maintain the success and raise the standards of our students, society and department by executing a plan that seeks to fulfill SPE's...

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The purpose of Theta Tau is to develop and maintain a high standard of professional interest among its members, and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship. We uphold our purpose...

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To be the voice of women studying Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University. To establish a platform where concerns can be raised and conveyed through appropriate channels. To...

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http://wims.tamu.edu • Recognized

To encourage communication between students currently studying materials science and those eager to learn what materials science and engineering is. Our goal is to retain current students as well as...

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The Texas A&M Chapter of Women in Nuclear is part of an extensive national organization that focuses on certain objectives. Together we will support an environment in nuclear energy and nuclear...

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http://aees.tamu.edu • Renewing Recognition

The Association of Environmental Engineering Students (AEES) is a group of Texas A&M University students interested in the field of environmental engineering. We have periodic meetings with speakers...

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http://saeintl.tamu.edu • Renewing Recognition

We are the Texas A&M Chapter of the Society of Automotive Engineers. We are involved in several hands-on engineering projects including Formula SAE, Baja SAE Challenge, SAE Aero Design, SAE...

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To develop and demonstrate modern technologies by utilizing a small-satellite platform while educating students and enriching the undergraduate experience.

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http://tamumaes.tamu.edu • Recognized with Restrictions

The purpose of the MAES: Latinos in Science and Engineering is to promote the professional and personal development of minorities pursuing degrees in engineering and science. We encourage the...

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http://ashrae.tamu.edu • Recognized with Restrictions

The purposes of the Texas A&M student branch are exclusively scientific and educational and include, but are not limited to: 1. the advancement of the sciences of heating, refrigerating and...

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http://ieee.tamu.edu • Recognized with Restrictions

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is the world's largest professional organization for advancing technology. Our mission as the Texas A&M Student Branch is to prepare...