Student Organizations

If you are interested in getting more involved on campus, the College of Engineering and Computing has a variety of student organizations you can join. Please explore this page fore more information about each of the organizations your college offers. The list is in alphabetical order. If you would like more information about a specific organization just click the drop-down arrow. You can also download the PDF of this information by clicking on Student Organizations.

College of Engineering and Computing Student Organizations

Association for Computing Machinery

Interested in helping students understand computers better.

  • Meets Thursday at 6:00 in Room 3214
  • Faculty Advisor is Dr. Pradipta De
  • President is Jacob Carter
  • Yearly Dues are $50

Association of Information Technology Professionals

Helps improve students’ technical and professional skills and competence by hosting hands on workshops to better improve their professional and ethical commitments.

  • Meets Thursday at 5:30 PM at in Information Technology 2208/2110
  • Faculty Advisor is Dr. Chris Kadlec
  • President is Tim Cuaron
  • Yearly Dues are $20
  • Website

American Society of Civil Engineers

Provides the tools necessary for success in the academic and professional world.

  • Meets biweekly on Tuesday at 6 pm in Engineering 1104
  • Faculty Advisors are Dr. Maldonado and Dr. Cubas
  • President is Garrett Brogdon
  • Does not have yearly dues
  • Website

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

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.

  • Meets bi-weekly on Tuesday at at 6:30 PM in Engineering 2112
  • Faculty Advisor is Dr. Vlcek
  • Does not have yearly dues
  • Website

Aurora Game Development Club

To serve any and all students in gaining experience in the game development industry.

  • Meets every Monday at 7:30 PM in Information Technology 1304
  • Faculty Advisor is Dr. Harris
  • President is Tyler Hodzen
  • Yearly Dues are $50
  • Website

Construction Management Association of America (CMAA)

Provides opportunities for Construction Management students to enhance their professional knowledge and networks through guest speakers, forums, and conferences.

  • Meets bi-weekly on Monday at 4:45 PM in ENGR 1130
  • Faculty Advisor is Dr. Maghiar
  • President is Jessica Roper
  • Yearly dues are $25
  • Website

Construction Management Guild

The Guild brings in companies to speak with students about construction projects and career opportunities for the students,

  • Meets biweekly on Tuesday at 4:30 PM in Carruth 1104
  • Faculty Advisors are Dr. Clint Martin and Dr. Peter Rogers
  • President is Mason Selby
  • Yearly dues are $10

Developer Student Club

Enabling Students Developers to Build Real Solutions for Real Problems

  • Meets
  • Faculty Advisor is
  • President is Keagan Galbraith
  • There are no yearly dues
  • Website

Eagle Motorsports (Society of Automotive Engineers)

Georgia Southern’s racing team that participates in an international competition that involves designing, building, testing, and racing a Formula style race car and off road-Baja vehicles

  • Meets Wednesday & Thursday from 5:00-10:00 PM in Carruth 1015
  • Faculty Advisors is Mr. Spencer Harp and Mr. Chris Gerdmann
  • Captain for Baja SAE is Jordan Denney
  • Captain for Formula SAE is Rahul Raghu
  • Yearly dues are $30
  • Website

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)

IEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of industry.

  • Meets biweekly on Monday at 6:00 PM in IT 1004 or 1005
  • Faculty Advisor is Dr. Masoud Davari
  • President is Kosi Odikpo
  • Yearly dues are $3

Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)

ITE is for students interested in entering the transportation field. Mission is to aid fellow students in learning more about the profession and finding jobs or internships.

  • Meets bi-weekly on Monday at 6:00 PM in ENGR 1131
  • Faculty Advisor is Dr. Purcell
  • There are no yearly dues

National Society of Women in Construction

  • Meeting time and location is TBA
  • Faculty Mentor is Dr. Manoosingh

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

To increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.

  • Meets bi-weekly on Wednesday at 6:00 PM in IT 3202
  • Faculty Advisor is Mr. Collins
  • President is Delon Anderson-Cooksey
  • Yearly dues are $20
  • Twitter: @gsunsbe

Optical Society of America

  • Meeting time and location is TBA
  • Faculty Mentor is Dr. Haddad
  • Yearly dues are TBA

Pi Tau Sigma, Mechanical Engineering Honor Society, Membership is by invitation only.

  • Meets bi-weekly on Wednesday at 6:30 PM in Engineering 2112
  • Faculty Advisor is Dr. Calamas
  • Yearly dues are TBA

Robotics Club

Offers space for engineering and science students to learn, design, program, and fabricate robots.

  • Meets bi-weekly on Monday at 6:00 PM in IT 1005
  • Faculty Advisors are Dr. Alba-Flores and Dr. Rios Gutierrez
  • President is Robert Rose
  • There are no yearly dues
  • Website

Sigma Lamda Chi

International Honor Society for Construction Management

  • Meets biweekly on Monday at 5:30 PM in the Carruth Conference Room
  • Faculty Advisor is Dr. Manoosingh and Dr. John Dryden
  • There are no yearly dues

Society of American Military Engineers (SAME)

Enables the networking of students and professionals from various fields of engineering, architecture, and construction to develop students’ professional connections and introduce them to job opportunities.  All Majors are welcome and there are no dues.

  • Meets Monthly with free pizza and a guest speaker
  • Faculty Advisor is Kathy Shepherd
  • President is Daniel Buckel
  • There are no yearly dues
  • Website

Society of Manufacturing Engineers

The world’s’ leading professional society advancing manufacturing knowledge and influencing more than half a million manufacturing practitioners annually Student chapter activities include industry tours, professional speakers, resume workshops and networking.

  • Meets bi-weekly on Thursday at 6:00 PM in IT 3206
  • Faculty Advisor is Mr. Drew Snelling
  • President is Alicia McCray
  • Yearly Dues are $20

Society of Women Engineers

Gives women engineers a unique voice.

  • Meets bi-weekly on Tuesday at 6:00 PM in IT 2203
  • Faculty Advisor is Dr. Alba-Flores
  • President is Caitlyn Stephens
  • There are no yearly dues

Women in Technology (WIT)

Aims to advance women in technology-from the classroom to the boardroom. WIT meets its vision through a variety of leadership development, technology education, networking and mentoring opportunities for women at all levels of their careers.

  • Meeting time and location is TBA
  • Faculty Advisors are Dr. Rasnick and Ms. Hawkins
  • President is Shelby Cuaron
  • Yearly Dues are TBA

Last updated: 3/7/2020

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