CEC Organizations

Check out organizations that aren't associated with just one department, but the whole College of Engineering & Computing!

Engineering & Computing Student Council

ECSC logoAs a group, our goal is to promote communication amongst the engineering community by encouraging unity, professionalism, and collaboration. When necessary projects and events with engineering groups will be coordinated. Advisor: Clark Kelly (kellyca@MiamiOH.edu)

Engineers Without Borders

EWB logo

Engineers without Borders is a non-profit organization that collaborates with developing communities to design and implement sustainable engineering that address basic needs. Advisor: Dr. Cathy Almquist (almquic@MiamiOH.edu)

Lockheed Martin Leadership Institute

Working together with seasoned leaders from business and government, we engage engineering and computer science students in a unique and transformative learning experience that embraces interpersonal and communication skills, teamwork, self-knowledge, innovation, change management, emotional intelligence, cultural diversity and business acumen. Advisor: Louise Mormon (mormanlm@MiamiOH.edu)

National Society of Black Engineers

NSBE logoNSBE's mission is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers and scientists who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community. Advisor: Dr. Brian Kirkmeyer (kirkmebp@MiamiOH.edu)

Society of Women Engineers

SWE logoAspire. Advance. Achieve. Advisor: Dr. Anna Dollar (dollara@MiamiOH.edu)

Tau Beta Pi

Tau Beta Pi logoTau Beta Pi is an engineering honor society for select students ranking in the top 1/8 of juniors and 1/5 of seniors in accredited majors. Advisor: Dr. Doug Coffin (coffindw@MiamiOH.edu)

Theta Tau

Theta tau logoTheta Tau is a chapter of the nation's largest professional engineering fraternity. The organization is centered around its three pillars of brotherhood, professional development and service. Typical events during a semester will include an industry visit, networking opportunities near career fair, service with Habitat for Humanity, and social events. Please contact thetatau@MiamiOH.edu with any questions.


Our goal is to organize and run events for kids in the Oxford area that promote teamwork and problem solving through the use of computer programming. No computer science knowledge is needed; we are open to all majors. Advisor: Norm Krumpe (krumpenj@MiamiOH.edu)