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Student Clubs

The Department of Systems Engineering encourages cadet participation in professional clubs.
 
The ASEM Student Section promote the development and practice of the engineering management profession through meetings, professional contacts, reports, papers, discussions and publications. Additionally, students may be eligible for participation in Epsilon Mu Eta -Alpha Chi Chapter Honor Society which recognizes Engineering Management students who have demonstrated superior academic achievement and who have displayed exceptional character during their time as students. To join ASEM or learn more, contact the OIC, MAJ Jed Richards.
 
Engineers Without Borders helps create a more stable and prosperous world by addressing people's basic human needs by providing necessities such as clean water, power, sanitation and education. It is the catalyst for a new movement to educate the next generation of socially conscious engineers deeply aware of the needs of the rest of the world. Our chapter has teamed up with UCONN and traveled to Nicaragua to set fences and survey roads, contact the OIC, LTC Jim Schreiner.
 
The Society of Women Engineers SWE seeks to academically and professionally support both female and male engineering students by promoting and inspiring younger generations about the fields of engineering, math, and science. It assists members about career choices in engineering, promotes community between professionals and students, encourages the notion of diversity in engineering, and advocates for the needs of women engineers at West Point. For more information, contact the SWE OICs or visit West Point's SWE webpage.
 
The Systems Engineering Club is a Department club that facilitates discussion and action in the professional field of Systems Engineering. Club activities include guest speakers, site visits and attending conferences. For more information, contact the OIC, MAJ Ben Morales.
 
 
Department of Systems Engineering
Mahan Hall
West Point, NY 10996
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