The first ASEE Student Chapter was founded in 1993 at Purdue University under the leadership of Dr. Jim Jones. Since its inception, many universities have followed with recent booms marked by the formation of the Student Division in 2007. Student chapters are now guided and supported by the division. The executive council works with graduate and undergraduate students to help start new chapters, support current chapters, and revive those chapters that have gone dormant. The united goal between the Student Division and its ASEE Student Chapters is to recognize institutions seriously involved in engineering education and to provided students with an avenue into the engineering education community.
For more information on the Student Division, please visit our website
Each chapter works toward the goals listed below through a variety of activities that include, but are not limited to newsletters, seminars, workshops, and conferences.
For more information on individual chapter activities, please visit the chapter websites linked below.
Please send your Student Chapter news to firstname.lastname@example.org