The ASEE Student Division was created at the 2007 Annual Conference and Exposition in response to the need for ASEE student members to have a voice and home within the national organization.

The objectives of the Student Division include:

[1] Fostering programs for ASEE student members at regional and national ASEE meetings.

[2] Promoting the development at ASEE Student Chapters at local campuses.

[3] Participating in local K-12 science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education activities.

[4] Promoting graduate school opportunities for undergraduate ASEE student members.

[5] Promoting scholarships, fellowships, and post-doctoral opportunities for ASEE student members.

[6] Providing opportunities for students to gain insight into academic careers and teaching practices.

[7] Developing ties between ASEE Student Division members and ASEE Corporate members.

[8] Developing international opportunities for ASEE Student Division members.

[9] Developing the next generation of ASEE leaders.

[10] Building a Community of Student Members.

About ASEE

Founded in 1893, the American Society for Engineering Education is a nonprofit organization of individuals and institutions committed to furthering education in engineering and engineering technology.