Our engineering clubs and organizations give you the chance to connect with people who have common interests and goals. The friendships you develop now could help determine your career path.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Mason Chapter
Members can participate in an ASME-sponsored engineering festival (E-Fest), which offers a series of competitions designed to expand knowledge, stimulate innovation, and build résumés. Competitions include the human-powered vehicle challenge, student design competition, innovative additive manufacturing 3D challenge, and oral and technical poster competition.
Some members of Mason’s chapter of ASME visit local high school to talk with students about the mechanical engineering degree at Mason and mentor prospective engineers. Follow Mason’s chapter of ASME activities on Twitter and Facebook.
Contact chapter president Farbod Moghaddam.
Faculty advisor: Colin Reagle.
Aerospace Engineering Club (Aero Club)
The Aerospace Engineering Club at Mason is testing the limits of student-made, high-power rocketry in international competitions. The club brings fun and fulfilling aerospace resources to students by flying them for free in a Cessna three-seater for flight experience and manufacturing high-power rockets.
Contact Michael Massa.
Mason Racing assists university vehicle design competition teams. The group offers technical workshops, speakers from the racing community, inter-team social gatherings, and various other opportunities to help the engineers focus on engineering.
Contact Stefan Schweers.
Mason Formula One
Members design and fabricate a vehicle, which gives them the chance to do an industry-level engineering project. They have the opportunity to compete with other students around the world in one of the Formula SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) International Collegiate Design Series competitions.
Contact Edgar Flores.
Our SciTech Robotics team captured third place in the VEX Robotics World Championship in Louisville, Kentucky, in the spring of 2018. It was the second-consecutive year that Mason Engineering students placed third at the event. The group is sponsored by the Mechanical Engineering Department.
Contact William Denham.
Faculty advisor: Daigo Shishika.