ASHRAE explores the engineering industry of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration. It strives to support sustainability and connect members with professionals in this area.
Construction Club is a platform for making lasting industry connections, eating good food, and landing the best internships the industry has to offer. The Construction Club fosters contacts between UW-Madison engineering students and the design and construction industry
Enlight programs and maintains the Máquina fountain on the UW-Madison campus. We also work on other hardware and software projects to expand and apply our knowledge. We welcome engineers of any skill level to help contribute!
Material Ethics Club is focused on ethical considerations that engineers should be cognizant of in the field of materials science and engineering, in order to improve the lives of our communities.
The Badger Amateur Radio Society (W9YT) has been on campus since 1930 and has strived to be at the forefront of radio technology. The club has helped countless members obtain a license and improve their amateur radio skills.
EBE provides engineering students the opportunity to apply the skills they have learned in their broad range of classes to work together in diverse teams and design, prototype, and market unique inventions/innovations.
EEC provides a platform for students interested in the field of Environmental Engineering to learn more about careers, network with professionals, and get to know each other through on and off campus events.
The Badger Rail Road Society attempts to learn and advocate for the building of high-speed intercity transportation by focusing on not only the engineering, but also on the business, economic and societal benefits of high-speed inter-city transportation.
ESW completes projects centered around sustainability to gain experience working with a team, researching, designing, and using engineering skills to help build a sustainable world for current and future generations.
Insight Wisconsin attempts to showcase the innovative potential of undergraduates, proving the necessity of interdisciplinary, project-based learning in our education system, while bringing together students from all colleges to foster meaningful collaboration and unity.
The Wisconsin Engineer was first published in June of 1896. It was one of the original five magazines to join Engineering College Magazines Associated (ECMA). The Wisconsin Engineer is published four times a year by and for the students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.