To explore all of the student groups on campus, visit the Involvement section of the university website.
IEEE Student Group
A non-profit organization, IEEE (pronounced Eye-triple-E) is the world’s leading professional association for the advancement of technology. Benefits include:
You can join IEEE online. Watch for our new Buff Connect website coming soon.
Women in ECEE
Women in ECEE promotes diversity in the Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering at CU Boulder. The goals of the group are:
- To create a community atmosphere among ECEE students
- To provide students with role models
- To facilitate interaction between graduate and undergraduate students
- To promote professional and technical development of the students
Women in ECEE's principal activities include social events where students of all genders can gather and have fun in a low-key environment (e.g. coffee hours); hosting speakers and panels to discuss professional development, work/life balance and career choices; and laboratory tours.
Join our email list to receive notices, updates and opportunities.
Optical Society of America
The Optical Society of America (OSA) is a professional organization founded in 1916 for researchers, scientists and engineers who study light and how to control it. The student chapter here at CU is a mix of undergraduate and graduate students who want to learn more about light or who are already studying it. Anyone is welcome to join!
They have three categories of activities:
CU Energy Club
The CU Energy Club is a multidisciplinary group focused on both education and outreach in the energy sector. Our primary goals are to expand on what CU students learn in the classroom and help them make connections in the energy industry. We appeal to both graduate and undergraduate students, drawing primarily from students of engineering, environmental science, business and anyone interested in energy.
At the club's monthly meetings, guest speakers present their work or research. We hold biweekly Energy Talks throughout the year. These talks are primarily student-led presentations on current energy events or topics of interest. Check out our events at the CU Energy Club website.
We hope to see you at our events!
Electrical Engineering Graduate Student Association (EGSA)
To create and maintain an ECEE graduate student community in the department; to provide a voice for ECEE graduate students in departmental affairs. Group leadership and event attendance is open to all graduate students, PhD and MS in any degree program at any level.
Current ECEE graduate students can connect with one of their EGSA officers to discuss the department and program.