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Mechanical Engineering

Student Organizations Overview

 

Autonomous Robotics Club

Autonomous Robotics Club inspires college students to learn more about robotics through hands on experience and then use that knowledge to inspire the community.

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SWE

Society of Women Engineers is an organization that stimulates women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers.

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Formula SAE

Tennessee Tech Motorsports is a Formula SAE (FSAE) team. FSAE is a student design competition in which students design, build, and race an open-wheeled prototype racecar.

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Baja SAE Team

BAJA SAE is a design competition that challenges students to work as a team in the designing, building, testing and racing of an off-road vehicle that is capable of negotiating rough terrain.

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ASME

American Society of Mechanical Engineers unites by social and technical means the students of the Department of Mechanical engineering and to further the interests of Mechanical Engineering in general.

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ASHRAE

The Tennessee Tech ASHRAE Chapter is part of a global society advancing human well-being through sustainable technology for the build environment.

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Pi Tau Sigma

Pi Tau Sigma fosters the high ideals of mechanical engineering through service, leadership and integrity.

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Mechanical Engineering students are offered opportunities to join several societies and organizations. For information about any group you may want to join, please contact an officer listed:

American Society for Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)

The Tennessee Tech ASHRAE Chapter is part of a global society advancing human well-being through sustainable technology for the build environment.

President: Harrison Farr
Vice President: Avery Stokes
Program Coordinator: Justin Douglass

Email ttuashrae@gmail.com for more information.

Faculty Advisor:  Dr. Glenn Cunningham

ASHRAE Facebook


American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

American Society of Mechanical Engineers unites by social and technical means the students of the Department of Mechanical engineering and to further the interests of Mechanical Engineering in general.

President: Leanne Turpin
Vice President: Megan Wesemann
EJC Rep: Gabe Laboy
Secretary: Madelyn Hise
Treasurer: Ryan Kinnaley

Email asmettu@gmail.com for more information.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Stephen Canfield

ASME Website


Autonomous Robotics Club (ARC)

Autonomous Robotics Club inspires college students to learn more about robotics through hands on experience and then use that knowledge to inspire the community.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Stephen Canfield

ARC meets on Tuesdays at 7:00pm in the iMakerSpace located on the third floor of the Volpe Library.

Email TNTechARC@gmail.com for more information.

ARC Facebook


Baja SAE Team

BAJA SAE is a design competition that challenges students to work as a team in the designing, building, testing and racing of an off-road vehicle that is capable of negotiating rough terrain.

Co-Captain: Jeff Webster
Co-Captain: Weston Johnson
Secretary: Brandon Patel
Lead Fabricator: Luke Morgan
Lead Machinist: Jack Sims

General Meetings are on Wednesdays in Brown Hall 236 at 5:30 pm.

Email ttubajasae@gmail.com for more information.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Dale Wilson

Baja SAE Website


Pi Tau Sigma, International Mechanical Engineering Honor Society

Pi Tau Sigma fosters the high ideals of mechanical engineering through service, leadership and integrity.

President: Madison Dittner
Vice President: Mason Marks
Treasurer: Roya Eatebarian
Secretary: JoDee Schenk
Service Chair: Nick G. Russell
Social Chair: Ryan Nash
Web Master: Nick A. Russell
Alumni Relations: Wesley Gothard

Email pts@students.tntech.edu for more information

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Chris Wilson

Pi Tau Sigma Website


Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

Society of Women Engineers is an organization that stimulates women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers.

President: Alexis Harvey
Vice President: Megan Young
Advisor: Kristine Craven

Email swe@students.tntech.edu for more information

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kristine Craven

SWE Website


Mechanical Engineering Graduate Student Organization (MEGSO)

MEGSO provides an opportunity for graduate students in the Department of Mechanical Engineering a chance to fellowship, network, pursue opportunities to collaborate with their peers, allow an avenue to provide constructive feedback, enhance education through speakers and learning opportunities, and to encourage undergraduate students to pursue graduate school at Tennessee Tech.

President Chaitanya Sai Kodali
Vice President Md Rumman Ahsan
Secretary Mushrif A Choudhury
Treasurer Saanyol Ityokumbul Igbax

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