While at Speed School, we encourage students to take advantage of all of the opportunities available on the University of Louisville campus. And there are a lot!
American Institution of Chemical Engineers
Chemical Engineering majors can take advantage of the many amazing opportunities this organization holds and will find it to be a useful resource for the rest of their careers.
|Student Leader||Cassi Smith||Email Cassi Smith|
|Faculty Advisor||Jim Watters||Email Jim Watters|
American Society of Civil Engineers / Society of American Military Engineers
Our Mission: To enhance our members collegiate experience and professional knowledge by providing technical presentations, academic field trips, community service events, networking events, social activities, and scholarship opportunities.
|Student Leader||Ben Emery||Email ASCE Student Chapter|
|Faculty Advisor||Mark French||Email Mark French|
American Society of Engineers of Indian Origin (ASEI)
This organization provides young engineers of Indian origin with networking events, internship and research opportunities, and meeting colleagues at elite conventions.
|Student Leader||Karthik Malyala||Email ASEI|
|Faculty Advisor||Kunal Kate||Email Kunal Kate|
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
The purpose of this organization is to promote networking of our members with industry professionals, expand and disseminate industry knowledge, and host speakers and tours.
|Student Leader||Rachel Gambrell||Email Rachel Gambrell|
|Faculty Advisor||Rasipuram “RC” Srinivasan||Email Rasipuram “RC” Srinivasan|
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
The Speed ACM is the student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery at the University of Louisville. We are dedicated to anything and everything computing and to providing our members the resources and support that they need to succeed!
|Faculty Advisor||Adrian Lauf||Email Adrian Lauf|
Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)
The purpose of this organization is to promote the profession of biomedical engineering, discuss its research, and disseminate knowledge.
|Student Leader||Zachary Raich||Email BMES Student Chapter|
|Faculty Advisor||Jill Steinbach Rankins||Email Jill Steinbach Rankins|
Engineers Without Borders (EWB)
This engineering organization welcomes all majors and partners with communities in developing or third-world countries on projects to help them meet their basic needs.
|Student Leader||Lauren Reinersman||Email EWB Student Chapter|
|Faculty Advisor||Young Kim||Email Young Kim|
Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
IEEE and its members inspire a global community to innovate for a better tomorrow through highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities.
|Student Leader||Brandon Young||Email IEEE Student Chapter|
|Faculty Advisor||Andre Faul||Email Andre Faul|
Institute of Industrial & Systems Engineers (IISE)
The UofL chapter of this nonprofit association is dedicated to improving the application, education, training, research, and development of industrial engineering.
|Student Leader||Alex Bruns||Email Alex Bruns|
|Faculty Advisor||Erin Gerber||Email Erin Gerber|
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
The mission of NSBE is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.
|Student Leaders||Tianna Webb||Email Tianna Webb|
|Faculty/Staff Advisor||Jon Hughes||Email Jon Hughes|
Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
SAE International is a global association of more than 128,000 engineers and related technical experts in the aerospace, automotive and commercial-vehicle industries. Our core competencies are life-long learning and voluntary consensus standards development.
|Student Leader||Tyler Huesman|
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
The local chapter of SHPE strives to be a support system for Hispanic and Latinx students in the STEM fields.
|Student Leader||Laura Acevedo||Email SHPE Student Chapter|
|Faculty/Staff Advisor||Mary Andrade||Email Mary Andrade|
Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
This national organization includes non-engineering and male members but is dedicated to nurturing and supporting female engineers and engineering students. Outreach is focused on girls and young women in K–12 programs.
|Student Leader||Emily Legg||Email SWE Student Chapter|
|Faculty Advisor||Elizabeth Gentry||Email Elizabeth Gentry|
This student organization provides a safe space for LGBT+ and allied engineering students and promotes awareness of and advocates LGBT+ issues in the engineering community.
|Student Leader||Isabel Long||Email Speed Spectrum Student Chapter|
|Faculty/Staff Advisor||Natalie Oliner||Email Natalie Oliner|
The Speed School student ambassador program provides current students an opportunity to become involved in engineering student recruitment and retention efforts, while providing them networking and professional development skills.
|Faculty/Staff Advisor||Brendan Stivers||Email Brendan Stivers|
Phi Sigma Rho
Phi Sigma Rho is a social sorority for women in engineering and engineering technology.
|Student Leader||Grace Beebe||Email Phi Sigma Rho Student Chapter|
|Faculty/Staff Advisor||Jen Zoller||Email Jen Zoller|
Triangle is a social fraternity of Engineers, Architects and Scientists.
|President||Sean Dobson||Email Triangle President|
|Faculty Advisor||Jim Lewis||Email Jim Lewis|
Alpha Pi Mu (Industrial)
|FacultyAdvisor||Jason Saleem||Email Jason Saleem|
Chi Epsilon (Civil)
|FacultyAdvisor||Mark French||Email Mark French|
|President||Matthew Arnold||Email Matthew Arnold|
Eta Kappa Nu (Electrical)
Pi Tau Sigma (Mechanical)
|FacultyAdvisor||Roger Bradshaw||Email Roger Bradshaw|
Tau Beta Pi (Engineering)
|FacultyAdvisor||Larry Tyler||Email Larry Tyler|
Upsilon Pi Epsilon (Computing)
|FacultyAdvisor||Eric Rouchka||Email Eric Rouchka|
If joining a competitive, engineering-related team is more your style, we’ve got those too.
Find your niche and multiple ways to get involved outside the classroom and throughout campus. ENGAGE now to find your path.