Major-Specific Student Organizations
Biomedical Engineering Society
Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) is for students interested in biomedical engineering and its concentration areas such as biomechanics and medical imaging. The Club meets bi-weekly. Field trips and other on and off campus events are planned. The club has participated in the annual BMES Conference and provided tutoring and help to disabled students as a service to fellow CECS students. New members are welcome anytime.
Biomedical Research and Technology Association (BMRTA) bridges the gap between scientific disciplines by reviewing current science and biomedical engineering advances. We introduce students to faculty, staff, industry and government officials via seminars, meet and greets and industrial tours.
Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers
Knowledge is power in industrial engineering. Building the knowledge that will sustain you throughout your career begins with IIE. IIENet.org is an invaluable resource to all IE members for news, research information, and networking. It gives users access to the Resource Library, Career Center, IE Terminology Database, Societies & Divisions, and Discussion Center. IIE Conferences and Seminars keep you current of the latest trends and technologies. Learn more about the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers .
Society of Women Engineers
Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is the driving force that establishes engineering as a highly desirable career aspiration for women. The WSU branch of SWE aims to expand the image of the engineering profession while demonstrating the value of diversity. SWE is active in supporting the WSU Trebuchet Competition, Girl Scout Day, and also runs High School Women in Engineering Day. SWE holds regular meeting to which all members of the College are invited.