Undergraduate students at Cornell's school of Electrical and Computer Engineering have the opportunity to participate in student organizations many of which are professionally oriented and/or service oriented.
Cornell Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) Student Chapter - Student chapter of the national electrical and computer engineering honor society. The Cornell HKN Chapter provides an extremely popular tutoring service for our Sophomore Core and Junior Foundation courses.
Cornell Electron Devices Society is a forum for Cornell Graduate students and researchers working in Electronic devices and related areas for interaction. View our calendar of upcoming schedule events here.
The areas of research include micro, nano-scale electronic devices, nanophotonics, Quantum and ultra short pulse optics and Micro Electromechanical Systems.
The society meets every week to listen to one of the colleagues explain his/her research and exchange ideas.
Additionally, Cornell has active student chapters of the following national organizations:
Cornell Society of Women Engineers (SWE) - The Cornell student section of the Society of Women Engineers was charted on November 9, 1972. Since then, we have grown to be one of the largest student organizations on campus. Membership for SWE is open to undergraduate and graduate students (both male and female) in engineering, physics, chemistry, and computer science.
Tau Beta Pi - Engineering Honor Society, Cornell University - Tau Beta Pi is a leading honor society founded to recognize engineering students of superior scholarship and outstanding character, as well as engineers of eminent achievement. In addition, we encourage engineering students to seek a well-rounded education including the liberal arts, and stress the importance of professional ethics.
American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) - The American Indian Science & Engineering Society (A.I.S.E.S.) is a national, nonprofit organization which nurtures the building of community by bridging science and technology with traditional Native values. Through its educational programs, A.I.S.E.S. provides opportunities for American Indians and Native Alaskans to pursue studies in science, engineering, and technology arenas and seeks to increase the number of Native scientists and engineers by providing scholarships, mentors and leadership training to its collegiate chapter members.
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) - The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) with more than 24,000 members, is one of the largest student-managed organization in the country. NSBE is comprised of more than 270 chapters on college and university campuses, 75 Alumni Extension chapters nationwide and 75 Pre-College chapters. These chapters are geographically divided into six regions.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) - The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the participation of Hispanics professionals and college students in the fields of engineering, science and math. National in scope, the organization is composed of 50 professional chapters with about 2000 members and 200 student chapters with a membership of more than 10,000 college students. Professional and Student chapters are located throughout the United States.