Student chapters are important to SAMPE because they support the Society’s educational mission and serve as training groups for the next generation of SAMPE members.
Students and faculty members are encouraged to create student chapters according to the following charter establishment requirements:
- A Student Chapter located within North America can be chartered by the North America Board.
- Four students and a faculty advisor or professional are required to form a Student Chapter but the students need not be at the same school.
- It is also required that a Professional Chapter must agree to sponsor the Student Chapter. The Professional Chapter initiates the request for the Student Chapter to be chartered. That request is submitted to the Secretary and then presented to the Board of Directors.
We want to help. The Student Chapter Development Committee is dedicated to helping student chapters succeed by providing information and resources. Contact Dr. Elizabeth Cates, the committee chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Schools With Active SAMPE Chapters on Campus
Schools With Inactive SAMPE Chapters on Campus
Consider reactivating one of these SAMPE chapters at your school!
CA Poly / Pomona
North Dakota State
Phil College of Textile
University of TN / Knoxville
San Diego State University
University of Hawaii
University of Illinois
University of MA/ Lowell
University of MD / Baltimore
University of Nevada / Las Vegas
University of New Mexico
University TX / Arlington
University of WI / Milwaukee
VA Polytech Institute
If you don't see your school listed, and would like to participate in these fine programs by starting a SAMPE student chapter at your school, also contact email@example.com. Those of you that are high school students, remember SAMPE - the Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering early in your freshman year. Also remember that no engineer or scientist can exist without materials and processes. By the way, starting an engineering society or being an officer of the same enhances your resume. Company managers are always looking for the self-starter. An active engineering society member is just that!
If you wish to contact us, make sure you include your school's name, the year you hope to graduate, and the degree that you are seeking.