Clubs and Organizations in Engineering and Computer Science

YCP Engineering and Computer Science Student Clubs
 

The Collegiate Engineering Society (CES) at York College of Pennsylvania is a student club designed to unite the many disciplines of engineering offered at York College as well as to create a social atmosphere which students can enjoy. We strive to connect students with faculty and upperclassmen to ensure that the students are receiving the best education possible at the college without overloading students.

  • Officers:
    • Nicholas Shaffer (nshaffe2@ycp.edu) - President
    • Thomas Wells (twells3@ycp.edu) - Vice President
    • Jon Plystak (jplystak@ycp.edu) - Treasurer
    • Zachary Hoerr (zhoerr@ycp.edu) - Secretary
    • Kyle McCafferty (kmccaff1@ycp.edu) - Parliamentarian
       
  • Faculty Advisors:
    • Emine Celik, Ph.D.
    • Stephen Kuchnicki, Ph.D.

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Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Student Chapter is aimed at providing students with opportunities in Computer Science outside of the classroom. Members are given the chance to attend ACM sponsored conferences for activities such as programming competitions, networking, and sharing research. Meetings are held so members can decide on future events and casually socialize with others about the computing profession. The York College ACM student chapter is not limited to any subset of majors and is open to any student with an interest in computers.

  • Officers:
    • Christopher Campagnola (ccampagn@ycp.edu) - President
    • Paul Vo (pvo@ycp.edu) - Vice President
    • Anna Schmedding (aschmedd@ycp.edu) - Treasurer
    • Ryan Hammett (rhammett@ycp.edu) - Secretary
       
  • Faculty Advisor:
    • David Hovemeyer, Ph.D.
       

Professional Organizations
 

ASEE American Society for Engineering Education is a non-profit organization which brings together engineering educators from all of the engineering and engineering technology fields to collaborate on solutions to promote excellence in instruction, research, public service, and practice.

ASHRAE  (founded in 1894) is a building technology society with more than 50,000 members worldwide. The Society and its members focus on building systems, energy efficiency, indoor air quality and sustainability within the industry. Through research, standards writing, publishing and continuing education, ASHRAE shapes tomorrow's built environment today.

ASME  American Society of Mechanical Engineers promotes the art, science & practice of multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences around the globe.

ESOY (established in 1910) The Engineering Society of York was originally created to exchange thoughts and ideas on technical articles but quickly grew into an organization which promotes the engineering industry, while also providing support to York County students who wish to pursue a career in engineering.

SAE International is a global association of more than 128,000 engineers and related technical experts in the aerospace, automotive and commercial-vehicle industries. SAE International's core competencies are life-long learning and voluntary consensus standards development. SAE International's charitable arm is the SAE Foundation, which supports many programs, including A World In Motion® and the Collegiate Design Series.

SAME The Society of American Military Engineers unites architecture, engineering, construction, facility management and environmental entities and individuals in the public and private sectors to support the Department of Defense. Headquartered in Alexandria, Va., SAME provides its more than 27,000 members extensive opportunities for training, education and professional development through a robust offering of conferences, workshops, networking events and publications. The local Chesapeake Post meets monthly and is committed to providing mentoring and networking opportunities to STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) students.

SME The Society of Manufacturing Engineers is a non-profit organization founded in 1932, and was originally known as The society of Tool Engineers. The purpose is to inspire, prepare and support out stakeholders in the advancement of manufacturing, and to keep manufacturing strong by attracting future generations. The SME offers educational opportunities at all levels and a range of focus areas, certification in several manufacturing-related specalities, and networking and fellowship at the local chapter's plant tours and technical meetings.