Affiliated Northeastern Clubs

Club Abbr.Group NameContact EmailDescription Outreach Involved In
AIAAAerospace NU
[email protected]Northeastern University’s AIAA Student Chapter was founded in the fall of 2012 by two students with a passion for aeronautics and astronautics. Their ultimate goal was to learn more about the fields by supplementing their classroom education with hands-on projects. Since its inception, the club has grown in numbers and aspirations. Club members gain practical experience as they work together to design and build projects such as near-space weather balloons and high power rockets.Beyond hosting its own events and rocket launches, AIAA assists us during STEM Field Trips, the BPS Science Fair, and additional programs.
AICHEAIChE (Chemical Engineers)
[email protected]Represents all chemical engineers at Northeastern University, forming relationships between students, professors as well as Co-Op providers. Programs include Chemical Engineering Car team which competes in a national competition to build and construct a chemically powered vehicle.Planning to host a "What is STEM?" introductory event for high school students
ASCEASCE (Civil Engineers)
[email protected]Our mission is to help our constituents develop interpersonal relationships and professionalism through various extracurricular activities and community service projects within the field of civil engineering.Currently support the Future City program for middle school students (mentoring and volunteering for competition), and Back Seats to Bicycles to help teach elementary students about biking and safety.
ASMEAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers
[email protected]seeks to promote and explore opportunities in engineering. NU-ASME offers students, faculty, alumni, and community members the ability to interact, network with engineering professionals, and provide civil service to the greater Boston area. ASME supports the Solar Boat program, teaching elementary students about buoyancy and other sailing lessons, in addition to having students visit the NU campus and build scale boat models. Summer 2014 ASME will participate in a Diversity Action Grant to bring elementary students to campus.
BioChemBiochemistry Club
[email protected]The Biochemistry Club is an official Undergraduate Student Chapter of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB). Any biochemistry major at NU is automatically considered a Biochemistry Club member. Students can also opt-in to membership in the ASBMB Chapter, which provides additional professional development benefits.
BMESBiomedical Engineering Society
[email protected]We're a recently-founded organization on campus dedicated to provide opportunities for students interested in biomedical engineering. Read our news@Northeastern article to find out how we got started!Participate in the Science Club for Girls "Show me the Science" . We hosted two activities: building candy DNA and observing how gelatin and cellulose capsules dissolve in different solutions with varying pH. The group would like to become more engaged by volunteering in schools and at after-school programs. We would also like to be more involved in events held by STEM by volunteering at science fairs and other events on campus.
BESSBESS (Black Engineering Student Society)
[email protected]National Society of Black Engineers is dedicated to the recognition of under-represented minorities in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math fields, helping them prepare for their future careers. Although our focus is the success of under-represented minorities, we welcome all races and nationalities.
CHEGSCChemical Engineering Graduate Student Council
[email protected]The Chemical Engineering Graduate Student Council (ChemE GSC) is a committee of your peers designed to enhance the overall experience for chemical engineering graduate students at Northeastern University by promoting both on and off campus student activities and communication throughout the entire department.
EnableEnabling Engineering
[email protected]Our mission is to use engineering technologies to: build low-cost devices that improve the lives of the elderly and individuals with physical or cognitive disabilities; help family members and nursing care professionals care for people with special needs; empower affected individuals by giving them greater independence, reducing medical errors, and increasing social connectedness, at minimal cost.Multiple projects have been conducted through the South Shore Educational Collaborative, which provides support to students with a wide range of medical challenges, to improve the teachers ability to interact with students in the classroom. We would love to be able to get students involved in using STEM skills to help people in need as frequently as possible in addition to helping disabled students live easier lives.
EWBEngineering Without Borders

[email protected]EWB USA-NEU aids communities in developing countries by using engineering solutions to address basic human needs, such as the need for potable water – all the while supplying our student members with educational, transformative experiences.

[email protected]FirstByte is a student-led group providing local Boston teachers with the resources and support to teach computer science and engineering in their classrooms.

Teachers will be able to share and download curriculum from, loan out technology kits, and talk to FirstByte volunteers for guidance on how to set up the curriculum for their individual students, school, and classroom.
[email protected] We are a student-run Sherman Center program that develops tech-minded Northeastern students through our product development studio and educational programming.
GWiSEGWISE (Graduate Women in Science and Engineering)
[email protected]GWISE is a group of graduate students and postdocs designed to assist in the professional and personal advancement of women in science and engineering at Northeastern University. GWISE strives to provide women with the support and resources necessary to be successful, as well as to create a sense of community. Active in hosting lab visits and tours, leading activities for students, and more.
HAHusky Ambassadors[email protected]Husky Ambassadors are a distinguished group of undergraduate student leaders dedicated to providing campus visitors a glimpse into the power of a Northeastern education. We do this through a number of means including, but not limited to, leading campus tours, staffing NU Preview Day and Welcome Day events, serving as lunch hosts and panelists, and consistently acting as a positive reflection of the University. Additionally, there are many paid opportunities within Undergraduate Admissions that Husky Ambassadors are prime candidates for.
IEEEIEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)

[email protected]As a student branch of the IEEE (Region 1), IEEE at Northeastern University is the third largest student branch in the Boston Area. With an active membership of over 90 students and several IEEE technical societies, IEEE at Northeastern University strives to "promote the engineering process of creating, developing, integrating, sharing, and applying knowledge about electro and information technologies and sciences for the benefit of humanity and the profession". We at IEEE at Northeastern Univeristy believe this can be accomplished by enabling students with access to both the latest technological tools, as well as access to industry leaders who have been and/or are the vanguard of their engineering fields.Assistance on field trips, BPS Science Fair activity expo
IGHInnovators for Global Health at Northeastern UniversityExpos
IISEInstitute of Industrial and Systems Engineers

[email protected]We optimize our members' college experience by fostering an environment that promotes professional and academic development while collaborating with peers and networking with industry leaders.
LASOLatin American Student Organization
[email protected]Since its inception, LASO's goals have been to promote a positive image of Latin American culture, to inspire, develop, and promote leadership within the membership, to improve the college experience for Northeastern University's Latin American students and the overall student body, and to contribute to the progress of the Latin American population beyond Northeastern University through various outreach programs.
[email protected]We are Northeastern Program for Teaching by Undergraduates, NEPTUN for short. NEPTUN is an on campus club and organization that works to bring high school students to Northeastern's Boston campus to take classes designed and taught by college students. NEPTUN’s (Northeastern Program for Teaching by Undergraduates) Splash event is a bi-yearly event in which Northeastern undergraduates teach free classes to high school students. “The point of the program isn’t necessarily to gain hard skills or learn a subject in depth. We want students to be excited about exploration, creativity, and everything that makes studying worth it."
NeuronsNeurons (Neuroscience)
[email protected]NEURONS, the official club of the Behavioral Neuroscience major. NEURONS conducts community service and outreach efforts. Members have held information sessions about neurological health to college students, organized a brain donation drive, and recruited volunteers to lead brain activities for underserved students.
NEWEANew England Water and Environmental Association
[email protected]The Northeastern chapter of the New England Water Environment Association strives to connect students to professionals in the water environment field. If you are interested in water quality, this may be the club for you!NEWEA supports K-12 outreach efforts by offering training and implementation of water quality testing, K-12 field trips, and more!
NuRhoPsiNu Rho Psi NHS in Neuroscience
[email protected]The purpose of Nu Rho Psi is to: (1) encourage professional interest and excellence in scholarship, particularly in neuroscience; (2) award recognition to students who have achieved such excellence in scholarship; (3) advance the discipline of neuroscience; (4) encourage intellectual and social interaction between students, faculty, and professionals in neuroscience and related fields; (5) promote career development in neuroscience and related fields; (6) increase public awareness of neuroscience and its benefits for the individual and society; and (7) encourage service to the community.
[email protected]The Nutrons consists primarily of students coming from high school FIRST teams. Nutrons have traveled all over Boston and beyond to preach the word of FIRST. Presentations to Boys & Girls clubs around the Boston area, and plan to host 20 girls from the Cambridge Outreach for Minority Girls at the Boston Regional this year.
SCFGScience Club for Girls
[email protected]Original college chapter of Science Club for Girls, formed in September of 2010 by Northeastern University Students Anna Craver and Kristin Salomon. Mission: to provide opportunities for women studying STEM to give back to the younger generation and share their love of STEM as well as to connect with peers and professional women in the sciences.SCFG brings elementary aged students to campus for approximately 8 Saturdays every semester and performs hands-on science experiments with them in order to spark an interest in the STEM fields. We also bring high school aged girls to campus as junior mentors to help with the mentoring of the K-6th girls and to familiarize them with a college environment. Seeking to establish the "Steministas" program for middle school girls in 2014-2015.
SASESociety of Asian Scientists and Engineers
[email protected]The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers is a national non-profit organization that provides resources for professionals of Asian heritage to succeed in the global industry. The organization also serves as a platform for celebrating cultural diversity on campuses and workplaces, and as a community for members to network and connect with each other. SASE Memebership is open to all men and women professionals of all ethnic backgrounds.SASE supports K-12 Field Trip and other on-campus events
SWSGStrong Women, Strong Girls
[email protected]Strong Women, Strong Girls supports positive mentoring relationships between college women and pre-adolescent girls in underserved local communities to help raise ambition and combat the dangers of low self-esteem.
SWESWE (Society of Women Engineers)
[email protected]SWE was established to have fun and promote women in engineering! To inform young women, their parents, counselors, and the public in general of the qualifications and achievements of women engineers and the opportunities open to them; To assist women engineers in readying themselves for a return to active work after temporary retirement; To serve as a center of information on women in engineering; To encourage women engineers to attain high levels of educational and professional achievement. Annual "Cool Women, Hot Careers" which is an engineering day for female high school students. We are also going to be helping out ASME with an event they are putting on this year which is an engineering day for 7-9th graders. Interested in supporting more K-12 outreach volunteer opportunities.
TERRATerra Society
[email protected]TERRA is a club that appreciates all that the earth has to offer, but also understands how the Earth functions and thrives. Associated with the Earth and Environmental Science Department, students gather together to promote and discuss environmental topics as well as plan activities including field trips, invited speakers and local events.
Wireless Club
[email protected]The Northeastern Wireless club is a team of individuals geared toward helping students learn more about electronics and pursue their interests in amateur radio. We help students learn more about electronics through actual circuit design and debugging. Students from all disciplines can meet to work on projects and learn electronics through hands-on application. The club features a members exclusive lab space and a full amateur radio station. The Wireless Club exists to foster a spirit of technological exploration with a primary emphasis on electronics and computer technology. Lab space and equipment allows students to tinker, experiment, build, and learn on their own in an unstructured way.
WiTNortheastern Women in Technology
[email protected]A special interest group that supports women who study or are interested in Computer and Information Science at Northeastern University

[email protected]STEMout is a Northeastern University student organization formed in 2016 in collaboration with Northeastern’s Center for STEM Education. STEMout’s mission is to unite and aid students who want to design or volunteer for outreach efforts in the Boston community, and to serve as a resource for student organizations and faculty members hoping to participate in or develop their own STEM outreach efforts. We look to bring the enthusiasm and expertise of those involved in STEM pursuits at Northeastern to students in our surrounding communities.

[email protected]oSTEM is an organization that fosters leadership for LGBTQIA+ communities within STEM fields.
PiTauSigmaPi Tau Sigma

[email protected]Pi Tau Sigma is the National Honorary Mechanical Engineering Society (est. 1915) and is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies. The Tau Kappa chapter helps to uphold the high scholastic reputation of Northeastern University by recognizing outstanding students.
NUSAACSNortheastern Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society

[email protected]We are an award winning student chapter of the American Chemical Society located at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. We are dedicated to providing opportunities for our members to learn more about the diversity of chemistry while maintaining a sense of family in our chapter. From weekly meetings featuring an impressive speaker series to a mentor-mentee matching program for our incoming freshmen members, all chemistry students have something to gain from this organization.
NUCLEUSNortheastern University Community Liaisons for Education Using STEM

[email protected]We are a group of Northeastern graduate students from a broad range of disciplines who share a passion for science communication and educational engagement. We know that memorable, positive experiences with a subject is one of the best ways to support a students’ interests. Knowing the value of forming personal connections and enriching educational experiences, we were inspired to form an organization that would create these opportunities.
Chi Epsilon (XE)NU Chi Epsilon (Civil Engineering Honor Society

[email protected]Dedicated to the purpose of maintaining and promoting the status of civil engineering as an ideal profession, Chi-Epsilon was organized to recognize the characteristics of the individual civil engineer deemed to be fundamental to the successful pursuit of an engineering career, and to aid in the development of those characteristics in the civil engineering student.