Council of Engineering Student Organizations' Presidents and Faculty Advisors
Co-curricular life and leadership development is handled by The Office of Student Development for the Grove School of Engineering in collaboration with the college's Office of Student Life and Leadership Development. The Council of Engineering Student Organizations' Presidents and Faculty Advisors meets monthly during the academic semester to discuss issues that are pertinent to student life, academic community, school spirit, leadership and student activities, community service, and co-curricular programming.
The Council of Engineering Student Organizations' Presidents and Faculty Advisors is comprised of presidents and faculty advisors of over thirty five (35) engineering student associations, organizations, clubs and honor societies. It is chaired by Rawlins Beharry (the Director of the Office of Student Development), and engineering students who hold college student government leadership positions and department representative positions for their academic departments also serve as members of this body.
* American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)
* American Nuclear Society (ANS)
* Arab Engineering Club
* Art of Science and Engineering Club
* Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)
* CCNY Aerospace Club
* Chi Epsilon
* CUNY Chapter of ASEE
* Deep Foundations Institute Student Club
* Engineering World Health
* Entrepreneurship Club
* Eta Kappa Nu (HKN)
* Genomics and Bioinformatics Club
* Genes and Proteins of Human Beings Club
* Graduate Chapter of IEEE
* National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE)
* NOAA-CREST Club
* Omega Chi Epsilon
* PI Tau Sigma
* Robotics Club
* Rocket Propulsion Club
* Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
* Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
* Steel Bridge Club
* Students for Alternative Sources of Energy
* Sustainable Energy Club
For more information on engineering student organizations, please contact the Office of Student Development (ST 2M7).
ENGINEERING TOWN HALL MEETINGS
OSD also organizes the Grove School of Engineering Town Hall Meetings which provide a forum for the entire student body in the Grove School of Engineering to meet with the administrators of the Grove School of Engineering where they are encourage to ask questions pertinent to the school as it affects their studies, their education and their careers, and these concerns, suggestions, comments and issues are addressed by the GSoE administration. Besides OSD forums to address student concerns, GSoE Departments host engineering mixers and conducts surveys as part of their accreditation process that all facilitates student empowerment.
Dean Joseph Barba (Dean, Grove School of Engineering) addresses the student body in the Grove School of Engineering at the Fall 2012 Engineering Town Hall Meeting.
Seated on stage (left to right) are Dr. Laurent Mars (Assistant Dean, Office of Undergraduate Affairs), Dr. Ardie Walser (Associate Dean, Office of Graduate Studies)
and Rawlins Beharry (Director, Office of Student Development), who comprise the GSoE administration at this forum for Grove's students.