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Professional & Honor Societies

HKN - Eta Kappa Nu Honor Society
Bringing together students in Electrical and Computer Engineering who have shown excellence in scholarship, personal character, useful voluntary services, and distinguished accomplishments and assisting them throughout their lives in becoming better professionals as well as better citizens.

IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
IEEE is the world's largest technical society, bringing members access to the industry's most essential technical information, networking opportunities, career development tools, and many other exclusive benefits.  Since 1884, IEEE has been there to serve its members. It's the IEEE mission: advance global prosperity by fostering technological innovation, enable members' careers, and promote community worldwide.

ASEE - American Society for Engineering Education
The American Society for Engineering Education is a nonprofit member association, founded in 1893, dedicated to promoting and improving engineering and technology education.ASEE is more than 12,000 deans, professors, instructors, students and industry representatives.

ACM - Association for Computing Machinery
ACM, founded in 1947, is an international scientific and educational organization dedicated to advancing the art, science, engineering, and application of information technology, serving both professional and public interests by fostering the open interchange of information and by promoting the highest professional and ethical standards.

NSBE - National Society of Black Engineers
NSBE's mission is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.

NSPE - National Society of Professional Engineers
The National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) is the only engineering society that represents individual engineering professionals and licensed engineers (PEs) across all disciplines. Founded in 1934, NSPE strengthens the engineering profession by promoting engineering licensure and ethics, enhancing the engineer image, advocating and protecting PEs' legal rights at the national and state levels, publishing news of the profession, providing continuing education opportunities, and much more. NSPE serves some 60,000 members and the public through 53 state and territorial societies and more than 500 chapters.

Sigma Xi - Scientific Research Society
Founded in 1886, Sigma Xi is the international honor society of research scientists and engineers, with a distinguished history of service to science and society. This non-profit society includes approximately 70,000 scientists and engineers, in more than 100 countries, who were elected to membership because of their research achievements or potential. Nearly 200 members have received the Nobel Prize. Sigma Xi chapters, more than 500 in all, can be found at colleges and universities, government laboratories and industry research centers throughout North America and around the world. In addition to publishing award-winning American Scientist magazine, Sigma Xi awards hundreds of grants annually to promising student researchers and sponsors a variety of programs that support research ethics, science and engineering education, the public understanding of science, international research networking and the overall health of the research enterprise.

SWE - Society of Women Engineers
The Society of Women Engineers stimulates women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expands the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrates the value of diversity.

Tau Beta Pi - Engineering Honor Society
The Tau Beta Pi Association, was founded at Lehigh University in 1885 by Edward Higginson Williams, Jr., to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as students in engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in engineering colleges.

Missouri S&T Radio Club
The Missouri S&T Amateur Radio Club is open to all amateurs, including students, faculty, and staff of Missouri S&T, as well as community members.The club was formed by students of the Missouri School of Mines and Metalurgy in 1931, and is still actively serving the community to this day.

 

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