Student Organizations and Teams
Students apply their knowledge and skills through student organizations and creative inquiry teams. The real-world experience students receive gives them the leadership, teamwork and technical skills that are sought after by employers. There are several organizations that are directly related to the mechanical and nuclear engineering department.
The K-State student chapter of AIAA. "Shaping the Future of Aerospace." Organizing regular seminars, aircraft competitions and getting students involved in international academic conferences to present their research and inventions.
The K-State student chapter of ASME. ASME is a not-for-profit membership organization that enables collaboration, knowledge sharing, career enrichment, and skills development across all engineering disciplines, toward a goal of helping the global engineering community develop solutions to benefit lives and livelihoods.
WoMNE is a social club that promotes the retention of females in Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering and provides students an opportunity to support and network with each other.
Wildcat Rocketry is a high-power rocketry team dedicated to advancing students' skills through the design and construction of complex mechanical and electrical components.
Wildcat Wind Power is a competition design team that competes bi-annually at the Collegiate Wind Competition hosted by the United States Department of Energy. This competition coincides with the American Wind Energy Association's annual conference.
MNE Student Advisory Board (SAB)
The MNE SAB is a group of diverse and highly motivated student engineers that serve as the bridge between the students and the departmental faculty. The MNE SAB represents the student body for major departmental decisions, promotes social events within the MNE, and encourages the MNE Department's betterment through improvements in the faculty, social experiences, and facilities.
If interested, contact: Rebecca Semple