TCNJ’s multi-faceted engineering students are active in a wide range of activities—from professional associations to the arts. TCNJ has over one hundred active organizations on campus. We encourage our students to follow their passions and get involved.
ASCE – American Society of Civil Engineers
Faculty Advisor: Professor Andrew Bechtel
Working to inform students about the Civil Engineering profession, develop leadership and career skills, and promote the ideals of the ASCE—the nation’s oldest professional engineering society.
ASEM – American Society for Engineering Management
Faculty Advisor: Professor Ching-Tai Shih
Helping to build professional engineering management knowledge and skills, and keep up to date on the latest engineering management trends and best practices.
ASME – American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Faculty Advisor: Professor Bijan Sepahpour
Aiming to share, educate, and celebrate mechanical engineering with the TCNJ community through hosting tours, workshops, technical seminars, professional dinners and more.
BMES – Biomedical Engineering Society
Faculty Advisor: Professor Constance Hall
Promoting and sharing knowledge of the profession of biomedical engineering through study, research, and discussion of the field.
Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honor Society
Faculty Advisor: Professor Vedrana Krstic
Dedicated to the purpose of maintaining and promoting the status of civil engineering as an ideal profession.
IEEE- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Faculty Advisor: Professor Orlando Hernandez
Introducing students to the various fields within the electrical and computer engineering disciplines, as well as providing social and networking opportunities among students and experts in the field.
IEEE- Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) Honor Society
Faculty Advisor: Professor Al Katz
Promoting excellence in the profession and in education through an emphasis on scholarship, character, and attitude.
NSBE – National Society of Black Engineers
Faculty Advisor: Professor Ambrose Adegbege
Furthering our mission to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the environment.
SAE – Society of Automotive Engineers
Faculty Advisor: Professor Shou-Rei Chang
Collaborating to stay up to date on the latest field advances, plus create, design, compete and succeed in automotive engineering competitions.
SES – STEM Educators Society
Faculty Advisor: Professor Steve O’Brien
Actively promoting the learning and exploration of the Math/Science/Technology and Technological Education world through competitions, workshops, and trips.
SHPE – Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Martha Stella
Raising awareness, providing access, and preparing Hispanic students and professionals to become leaders in the STEM field.
SWE – Society of Women Engineers
Faculty Advisor: Professor Jennifer Wang
Encouraging women to achieve their full potential as engineers—expanding the image of the engineering profession and demonstrating the value of diversity.
Tau Beta Pi: The Engineering Honor Society
Faculty Advisor: Professor Manish Paliwal
Establishing a tradition of greatness in the School of Engineering by excelling academically, while demonstrating qualities of leadership and service.
TCNJ Humanitarian Engineering
Faculty Advisor: Professor Michael Horst
Promoting international awareness and responsibility through the completion of engineering projects designed to improve standards of living in developing communities worldwide.
TCNJ Robotics Club (RoC)
Faculty Advisor: Professor Seung-yun Kim
Exposing individuals to the interesting field of robotics by teaching members how to program and construct robots.
TCNJ Women Engineers in Computer & Electrical Engineering (WE-CEE)
Faculty Advisor: Professor Mahrukh Khan
Providing a welcoming environment for women in computer and electrical engineering with professional development activities, alumni connections, technical seminars, and bonding opportunities.
» Visit the TCNJ Women Engineers in Computer & Electrical Engineering Website