Alpha Pi Mu recognizes students that show exceptional academic interests, abilities and leadership in the field of industrial engineering. It provides networking opportunities with Industry professionals and peers with similar interests, objectives, and abilities. Alpha Pi Mu also provides professional development through seminars, conferences, and outings.
|Faculty Advisors: Dr. Bob White||Student President: Elias Javier Martinez|
The leading U.S. based metal casting society that assists member companies (metal casting facilities, die casters and industry suppliers) and individuals to effectively manage all production operations, profitably market their products and services and to equitably manage their employees.
The American Foundry Society also promotes the interests of the metal casting industry before the legislative and executive branches of the federal government. With the direction of its volunteer committee structure, the professional staff of the American Foundry Society provides support in the areas of technology, management and education to further activities that will enhance the economic progress of the metal casting industry.
|Faculty Advisor: Dr. Sam Ramrattan||Student President: Andrew Omen|
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The mission of the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) is to provide engineering management solutions to leadership and management challenges in order to create and lead great technical organizations.
Engineering management is the art and science of planning, organizing, allocating resources, and directing and controlling activities which have a technological component.
It integrates technical engineering and project systems management skills to prepare students to lead people, projects and teams.
|Faculty Advisors: Dr. Larry Mallak and Dr. David Lyth||Student President: Michael Biro|
|Phone: 269-276-3369||Phone: (708) 305-3995|
The purpose of Epsilon Mu Eta is to recognize students from Engineering Management bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral program who have demonstrated superior academic achievement and who have displayed exemplar character during their time as a student in said programs.
|Faculty Advisosr: Dr. David Lyth and Dr. Larry Mallak||Student President: Grant Miller|
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The Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) aims to enhance the skills and effectiveness of the industrial engineering profession and those individuals involved with improving quality and productivity.
It provides networking opportunities with Industry professionals and peers with similar interests, objectives, and abilities. IEE also provides professional development through seminars, conferences, and outings.
|Faculty Advisor: Dr. Steven Butt||Student President: Christopher Reed|
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If you are a student interested in a career in manufacturing, joining SME should be first on your "to-do" list. We are a one-stop shop for busy students, offering everything from hard-to-find technical information on state-of-the-art manufacturing processes and applications to providing you unparalleled networking opportunities to help you land that first job on your career path.
|Faculty Advisor: Dr. Betsy Aller||Student President: Ryan Kamm|
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The WMU Student Chapter the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) was established in 1984. Every day, the SPE helps people and companies in the plastics industry to succeed by spreading knowledge, strengthening skills and promoting plastics. Today, the industry is more interdependent than ever, and professional networks have taken on global dimensions.
Participation in SPE is a key success factor for those students who want to pursue a career in the plastics industry. WMU Student Chapter focuses on both social and professional activities such as plant tours, trips to national and regional meetings and participation in events with the other RSO’s in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
|Faculty Advisor: Dr. Paul Engelmann||Student President: Andrew Tucker|
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Tau Alpha Pi recognizes high standards of scholarship among students in engineering technology programs. It rewards selected scholars for past achievements and accomplishments, while encouraging a lifetime of commitment to learning and scholarship.
Freshman and sophomore students need to have a 3.5 GPA or better and junior and senior students need to have a 3.25 GPA or better.
Members are truly interested in furthering and improving the academic life for all engineering technology students and in promoting the engineering and engineering technology departments at their own institutions.
|Faculty Advisor: Alamgir Choudhury||Student President: Michael Biro|
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|Phone: 269-276-3357||Phone: 708-305-3995