Engineering Ambassadors

Ambassadors promote the College of Engineering, provide a voice for COE students, and educate prospective students on the different engineering disciplines. Engineering Ambassadors are involved in activities such as Engineer-A-Thon, MSU Friday, and Career Fairs. 

Faculty Advisor: Christine Foreman

Engineers Without Borders (EWB)

Engineers Without Borders at Montana State University-Bozeman is a student run chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA (EWB-USA) which works to empower communities through clean water and sanitation projects. EWB-USA is a national non-profit humanitarian organization of engineers and engineering students whose members work on sustainable engineering projects in developing communities.

Faculty Advisor: Chris Allen 

Engineers Without Borders

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COE Graduate Ambassadors

Faculty Advisors: Sarah Codd and Anne Camper

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

The Society of Women Engineers motivates women to achieve their full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expands the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life and demonstrates the value of diversity.

Faculty Advisor: Stephanie Wettstein

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Tau Beta Pi

Tau Beta Pi is the oldest national engineering honor society in the country, and one of the most recognized national societies. It honors engineering students who have shown a history of academic achievement as well as a commitment to personal and professional integrity. Members experience a wide array of activities and opportunities throughout the year. TBP stresses scholarship, personal character, and service to the profession, community, and college. Every semester, we invite the top fifth of seniors and the top eighth of juniors from all engineering majors to join.

Faculty Advisors: Abigail Richards, Hongwei Gao, Jennifer Brown, and Sarah Codd

Women in Engineering Advisory Board (WIE Board)

The Women in Engineering (WIE) Student Advisory Board provides a voice for female students and helps guide recruitment and retention efforts. They also play a key role in organizing events, such as the annual Women in Engineering Dinner, that celebrate the supportive atmosphere in the college, promote engineering and computer science, and provide networking opportunities.

Faculty Advisors: Christine Foreman and Jennifer Clark 

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Association for Computing Machinery 

The mission of ACM is to prepare undergraduates in the Gianforte School of Computing to prepare for the job world. We strive to increase the number of tools you have so you feel more comfortable completing tasks and become a more competent developer.

Faculty Advisor: John Paxton 

American Institute of Chemical Engineers

The AIChE Student Chapter works to provide an environment for members to network with students and professionals in Chemical Engineering and related fields. Members will develop professionally by attending networking socials, professional development workshops, and participating in outreach events throughout the year.

Faculty Advisor: Ross Carlson

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American Society for Engineering Management

The purpose of The American Society for Engineering Management is to expose students to the field of engineering management and prepare them for future careers in management. ASEM encourages collaboration between current professional leaders, other campus clubs, and other ASEM chapters to increase managerial tactics, and technical skills.

Faculty Advisor: William Schell 

American Society of Civil Engineers

The mission of our organization is to inspire and encourage young civil engineers and prepare them for the future. We strive to mentor younger students in their academic careers and help them to learn outside the classroom. While providing a fun and interesting atmosphere that enables us to involve our community and school in a positive manner.

Faculty Advisor: Michael Berry 

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American Society of Mechanical Engineers/Mechanical Engineering Technology

From college students and early-career engineers to project managers, corporate executives, researchers and academic leaders, ASME's members are as diverse as the engineering community itself. ASME serves this wide-ranging technical community through quality programs in continuing education, training and professional development, codes and standards, research, conferences and publications, government relations and other forms of outreach.

Faculty Advisor: Erick Johnson

Electrochemical Society

The general mission of an ECS student chapter is to, “Provide students the opportunity to foster a greater understanding as well as promote electrochemical and solid-state science and technology among its peers, to further enhance their professional development and to enrich their academic experience.”

Faculty Advisor: Ryan Anderson

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To encourage Montana State University students to increase their knowledge and technical skills in the field of robotics. Through interdisciplinary engineering projects, challenging automation problems, and student lead learning, the RoboCats prepare students for future careers in robotics.

Faculty Advisor: Hunter Lloyd 

Society for Biological Engineering MSU Chapter

The Society for Biological Engineering seeks to create a community of biological engineering students and those of similar majors to help find dynamic careers in the biological fields as well as participate in outreach to increase interest in STEM fields.

Faculty Advisor: Stephanie McCalla

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Chi Epsilon

Chi Epsilon's mission is to maintain and promote the status of civil engineering as an ideal profession. Chi-Epsilon was organized to recognize the characteristics of the individual civil engineer deemed to be fundamental to the successful pursuit of an engineering career, and to aid in the development of those characteristics in the civil engineering student.

Faculty Advisor: Steve Perkins

American Indian Science and Engineering Society

The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is a national organization that is dedicated to increasing minorities such as Native Americans, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and other indigenous peoples of North America in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) majors and careers. The specific mission of the MSU chapter of AISES is to increase and support the Native American population attending MSU in STEM majors. One of our priorities is to have a support system for those Native students that are attending MSU because many struggle with their difficult majors. 

Faculty Advisor: Julian Collins

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Pi Tau Sigma

Recognizes the achievements of mechanical engineering students while promoting campus and community involvement in relation to engineering education.

Faculty Advisor: Erick Johnson


The MakerCAT club mission is to provide students with a place and time to work on personal projects and club projects. We wish to inspire other people on campus to make stuff and teach them how to use the tools necessary to complete projects.

Faculty Advisor: Amanda Rutherford 

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Association for Women in Computing

The purpose of the Association for Women in Computing is to support current female students in computer science by connecting them to peers, internships, and professional growth opportunities while working to increase the diversity of computer science at MSU and make the field more welcoming to everyone. In the process, we aim to grow and ensure the health of the computer science community of Bozeman and Montana. All students interested in computing and computing diversity are welcome, not just women.

Faculty Advisor: Brittany Terese Fasy