Student Groups: Undergraduate
ASME Student Chapter
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) functions as a student technical and professional society. Students elect their own officers and conduct a variety of programs of academic, professional and social interest to them. Visit the ASME website!
Formula SAE Car
Students design, fabricate, and compete with small formula-style race cars. The vehicles are judged in three different categories: static inspection and engineering design, solo performance trials, and high-performance track endurance. Visit the website!
Penn Electric Racing Team
Penn Electric Racing has roots in the American Solar Car Challenge, and now focuses on battery-powered vehicles. The club's purpose is to build efficient electric vehicles, promoting the mantra that clean energy and high performance are not mutually exclusive when it comes to cars. Students take vehicle projects from conception to the pavement, with opportunities in design, simulation, fabrication, testing, and organized competition. Visit the website!
Pi Tau Sigma
Pi Tau Sigma is a Mechanical Engineering Honor Society, instituted in order to establish a closer bond of fellowship among its members which will result in mutual benefit to those in the profession of mechanical engineering. Pi Tau Sigma's core values are: Integrity, Service, and Leadership. Visit the website!