Contacts: Email Group • Jae Sung Park (Advisor) • Karen Stelling (Advisor)
Organization: UNL Student Chapter
Contact: Email ASME
As members of this professional society, students are given the opportunity to stay informed regarding recent developments in the field of mechanical engineering through publications, field trips and meetings. Fellowship is also enhanced through interaction with other student sections as well as professional sectors of the society.
Husker Motorsports challenges students to design and build a formula-style racing car from the ground up. Our car will compete with more than 250 universities internationally. Our goal is to build a race car that will be competitive with veteran universities.
Contact: Sangjin Ryu
Baja SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) consists of three regional competitions that simulate real-world engineering design projects and their related challenges. Engineering students are tasked to design and build an off-road vehicle that will survive the severe punishment of rough terrain and sometimes even water.
Pi Tau Sigma
Presently, there are 129 active chapters of this honorary fraternity at universities in almost every state of the United States. The UNL Chapter is also a member of the Association of College Honor Societies. Some of the objectives of this fraternity are to foster high ideals in the engineering profession, to stimulate and support departmental activities, to promote professional welfare and to develop leadership and citizenship.
Contact: Club Email
We are inclusive to all engineering disciplines, including but not limited to agricultural, biological system, computer, electrical, and mechanical engineering as well as computer science. It requires people from different fields and expertise to build a fully functional robot. All experience levels are welcome!