To bring distinction to individuals who have achieved academic excellence in the field
of Industrial Engineering. To promote scholarly activities related to Industrial Engineering
education. To foster an atmosphere for social interaction between students and faculty.
The American Indian Science and Engineering Society's goal is to recruit and retain
Native Americans and Alaskan Natives in the fields of engineering, science, and other
related technology based disciplines.
The American Society of Safety Engineers celebrated its 100th Anniversary in 2011.
Founded in 1911 as the United Association of Casualty Inspectors, the Society was
formed in the wake of tragic events.
APICS, the premier professional association for supply chain and operations management
is an international organization of students and professionals that focuses on enhancing
knowledge & competency in the field of operations management.
The purpose of the organization shall be to educate elementary children about aspects
of architecture and art. Further, the organization will strengthen camaraderie between
students of the OSU School of Architecture, and develop leadership.
To promote the professional development of its membership by its programs and by its
relations with other student chapters, specifically the Graduate and Professional
Student Government Association (GPSGA).
Cowboy Motorsports is a design competition geared towards providing undergraduate
students with experience designing and building a quarter scale vehicle, as well as
providing mathematical justification for the design decisions made.
Cowboy Waterworks promotes public awareness and education of the issues of water quality
and water power; to develop leadership among its members through participation in
the branch activities; to compete in ASABE environmental design competition.
Engineers Without Borders (EWB) at OSU is a student organization whose goal is to
improve the quality and length of life for others around the world. EWB is a non-profit
student chapter of EWB International focused on using students' skills to serve.
A nationally recognized honor society for Electrical and Computer Engineering. The
Omega chapter at OSU strives to promote scholarship, community, and service within
the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
The Fire Protection Society provides students with opportunities in public service,
academic and professional development and social interaction with other students in
the Fire Protection and Safety Program.
We are the student chapter of INFORMS, the Institute For Operations Research and Management
Science. OR/MS is an interdisciplinary branch of math, engineering and science that
applies analytical methods to make better decisions.
The Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers is the professional society dedicated
to serving the professional needs of industrial engineers. Student officers lead the
OSU IISE chapter, advised by a faculty member from the School of Industrial Engineering.
The purpose of this organization shall be to promote the growth of robotics within
OSU, allowing for students with similar interest to come together and expand on robotics
at OSU for generations to come. The organization will work together on the annual
Mercury Robotics Challenge.
To assist black engineering, technology and architecture students in their college
career and prepare them. The mission is to increase the number of culturally responsible
Black engineers who excel academically and succeed professionally.
The main objective of the Automation Society is to spread awareness and promote automation
and control systems as a discipline at OSU. We aim at providing professional understanding
to coursework, thereby forming a bridge between academics and industry.
Our mission is to provide collegiate students with a challenging project which involves
planning and manufacturing tasks found during the process of introducing a new product
to the consumer-industrial market.
OKState Racing is an automotive design team that designs, manufactures, and tests
a Formula One-style race car each year to compete in international competitions hosted
by SAE International. Members gain valuable experience in fabrication, design, teamwork,
and project management.
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 development, SASE also encourages members to contribute to
the enhancement of the communities in which they live. SASE’s mission is to prepare
Asian heritage scientists and engineers for success in the global business world,
celebrate diversity on campuses and in the workplace, and provide opportunities for
members to make contributions to their local communities.
Our purpose is to stimulate and develop minority student interests in the fields of
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics; while also creating and sponsoring
events that help students focus on academics, service, and community outreach.
The oldest engineering honor society that crosses all disciplines. Dedicated to honoring
the best engineers, TBP also focuses on fostering culture within engineering colleges,
forging relationships between engineers.
A National professional co-ed engineering fraternity. The purpose of this fraternity
shall be to develop and to maintain a high standard of professional interest among
its members, and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship.