Engineering Student Societies | A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland

Pre-Professional Student Organizations

Black Engineers Society
0112 Glenn L. Martin Hall
Phone: 301-405-3877
 
The Black Engineers Society is an organization geared toward the professional development, academic success, and overall support for minority STEM majors here at the University of Maryland, College Park. Although our roots are in engineering, we welcome all STEM majors. Our organization is a chapter within the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE). Our organization prides itself in providing unparralleled opportunities to succeed by working closely with the Center of Minorities and Engineering (CMSE).
 

Society for Hispanic Professional Engineers
0142 Glenn L. Martin Hall
Phone: 301-405-6641

The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) at UMD seeks to empower the Hispanic community of College Park to attain careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and excel as technical and professional leaders.
 
LSAMP STEM Program
1131 Glenn L. Martin Hall
Phone: 301-405-8106
 

The UMD LSAMP STEM Program offers a variety of opportunities to support the retention and graduation of undergraduate students in STEM disciplines. An emphasis is placed on achieving academic excellence, gaining research experiences, participating in scientific and technical conferences, and preparing competitive graduate school applications.

 

For more information and a full list of student societies, please visit All Engineering Societies & Clubs.

 

 

Need Funding for a Student Program?

In order to further support our student organizations, the Center will be providing funding for organization events and programs. Funding will be provided based on the merit of the request and availability of funds.  Please complete the Funding Request FORM for Student Programs.


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