Student Organizations

Society of American Military Engineers/ American Society of Civil Engineers at Marshall University
Advisor: Gregory Michaelson
SAME-ASCE is a professional organization that provides a forum for educational, professional, personal, and leadership development, serves as a professional networking tool and a social utility for all members and enhances the experience of all engineers.
For more information visit the SAME-ASCE HerdLink web page

Biomedical Engineering Society at Marshall University
Advisor: Nasim Nosoudi
BMES is the professional society for students, faculty, researcher and industry working in the broad area of biomedical engineering.
For more information visit the BMES HerdLink web page

Geeks and Gadgets
Advisor: Husnu Narman
Geeks and Gadgets is a strong advocate of free and open source software for all, online privacy, and helping people learn how technology works and how to better use it to aid in everyday life.
For more information visit the Geeks and Gadgets HerdLink web page

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Marshall University Student Chapter (IEEE)
Advisor: Tarek Masaud
This organization will enhance the knowledge of the theory and practice of all aspects of electrical engineering, computer science, or the related arts and sciences, as well as the furtherance of the professional development of the students.
For more information visit the MU IEEE HerdLink web page

Marshall University Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
Advisor: Ross Salary
College of Engineering and Computer Sciences Society of Automotive Engineers organization is open to all majors who want to join. Meetings and projects will revolve around vehicles, automotive industry, and the SAE project at that time.
For more information visit the MU SAE HerdLink web page

Women In Technology (WIT)
Advisor: Wook-Sung Yoo
As female students in Computer Science, we understand the unique challenges you face. No matter what technology-related field you’re in, our organization offers a lot of support and resources to help you succeed.
For more information visit the Women In Technology HerdLink web page