The mission of NU ASCE is to help their constituents develop interpersonal relationships and professionalism through various extracurricular activities and community service projects within the field of civil engineering.
The BESS mission is to form a network for and solidarity among student engineers, building a support system for engineers to ensure that they would stay in the field.
Each year close to 200 American Society of Civil Engineers Student Chapters build canoes made entirely of concrete.
Since our establishment in 2004, EWB-USA NEU has designed and constructed water projects in eight communities in Honduras, Uganda, and Panama, affecting over 2,000 individuals.
Generate is Northeastern University’s student-led product development studio. We contribute to the growth of start-ups at Northeastern University by educating engineers, designers, and entrepreneurs about product development and the integration of business and engineering.
GWISE is a group of graduate students and postdocs designed to assist in the professional and personal advancement of women in science and engineering at Northeastern University.
Innovators for Global Health is dedicated to improving global health through biomedical engineering. Through IGH, students develop the skills and knowledge to tackle technical and design challenges in global health.
The New England Water Environment Association is a dynamic organization of over 2100 highly qualified and motivated Water and Wastewater Professionals from throughout New England, who volunteer their time, energy and expertise in order to preserve, protect and manage one of our most precious resources here in New England, our water environment.
NGSEA: Northeastern Graduate Structural Engineering Association, ASCE Structural Engineering Institute NU Student Chapter
NGSEA is a group for graduate students of all majors who are interested in structural engineering.
The purpose of NU American Society for Engineering Management is to provide education and mentorship in the area of Engineering Management to the Northeastern University community.
The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE) was founded in November 2007 to help Asian heritage scientific and engineering professionals achieve their full potential.
Northeastern University Association of Gaming Enthusiasts (NUAGE) is Northeastern’s official tabletop gaming club.
The Northeastern University Institute of Transportation Engineers Chapter primary mission is to enrich the depth and breadth of knowledge of the Transportation Engineering students at Northeastern University in the areas of transportation systems engineering and research through interaction with the larger engineering community.
The goal of Makers Club is to enable all creatives to make – whatever that means for them.
NUSBO is affiliated with the Massachusetts Chapter of USGBC and is the official Northeastern University ASHRAE Student Branch.
oSTEM is an organization that fosters leadership for LGBTQIA+ communities within STEM fields.
Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) is a 501(c)3 non-profit that empowers young people to participate and make an impact in space exploration.
The purpose of our group is to serve as an organizational vehicle for educational and social events for environmental graduate students including student presentations, seminar guest presentations, outings/field trips, and networking with other universities.
NUASCE’s Steel Bridge team designs, builds, and tests a scale-model bridge made entirely out of steel.
STEMout is a club for students who want to design or volunteer for outreach efforts in the Boston community. STEMout is a recognized Northeastern University student organization formed in 2016 with the help of the Center for STEM Education.
SWE was established to have fun and promote women in engineering!
The intention of the organization is to recognize both academic achievement and exemplary character in engineering students. Candidates must demonstrate exemplary character through a form of charitable service.
Dedicated to the purpose of maintaining and promoting the status of civil engineering as an ideal profession, Chi-Epsilon was organized to recognize the characteristics of the individual civil engineer deemed to be fundamental to the successful pursuit of an engineering career, and to aid in the development of those characteristics in the civil engineering student.