Putting the student experience in the hands of our students

Engineering Master’s Programs Student Clubs (EMPSC) serve an important role in the engineering master’s student experience. These social and activity clubs complement a student’s academic endeavors by fostering friendship, engagement, and networking across our various engineering master’s programs and departments.

Each EMPSC has its own leadership team that is empowered to plan that club’s events and activities. From concept to planning, logistics and budgeting, promotion and execution. Our student leaders gain valuable management skills while our community gains the opportunity to build valuable memories

Current Engineering Master's Programs Student Clubs

Badminton Club offers a weekly opportunity for students to play badminton and network with others.  Whether you are new to the sport or highly skilled, everyone is welcome. All equipment is provided.

Blockchain Club is a club for blockchain, crypto, and decentralized technology enthusiasts who want to use machine learning and AI to enhance the internet experience in Web 3.0.

Dance Club unites the members of the engineering community through different types of dance from a wide range of cultures and backgrounds.

Diversity and Culture Club seeks to connect students, faculty, and staff from all different backgrounds and engineering concentrations with exciting social events celebrating various cultures.  The club also seeks to foster awareness of diversity in STEM  through education and empowerment.

Media Club engages our students interested in expressing themselves through photography and cinematography. Participants can attend photo editing workshops, learn techniques, and collaborate with others on fun photography projects. No experience or special equipment needed. They love to remind you that the “best” camera is the one you have with you.


David Lee
Student Engagement Coordinator

Bridget Kerwin
Director, Student Engagement and Support