ASABE Student Chapter
The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE), Minnesota Student Branch provides a microcosm in which engineering and scientific-minded people can socialize with others who share a similar interest in the area of environmental and ecological engineering. For more information, contact ASABE faculty advisor, Chuck Clanton.
Food and Bioproducts Engineering Organization: TAPPI Student Chapter
TAPPI (Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry) fosters interaction between bioproducts engineering students, builds relationships with industry connections, and offers an opportunity to participate in national events, student newsletters, and other outreach activities. The Food and Bioproducts Engineering Organization is the student chapter of TAPPI and PIMA. For more information, contact TAPPI faculty advisor Ulrike Tschirner.
Sustainable Systems Management Club
The Sustainable Systems Management (SSM) Club works to increase students' knowledge on sustainability, sharpen their business acumen, and expand their network. The club holds a high importance on sustainable business practices that will ultimately help evolve the current way business is conducted. For more information, check out the SSM Club Facebook, e-mail the club at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact the faculty advisors Omar Espinoza and Cindy McComas.
Institute of Food Technologists
Since 1939, IFT has been advancing the science of food and its application across the global food system by creating a dynamic forum where individuals from more than 90 countries can collaborate, learn, and grow, transforming scientific knowledge into innovative solutions for the benefit of people around the world. For more information about joining the Minnesota section of IFT, check out the group's website.
The Residential Building Science and Technology (RBST) Club has rallied around the design and development of the Race to Zero - DOE Challenge Home Student Design Competition. For more information, contact RSBT Club faculty advisor, Pat Huelman.
Formed in 2012, the UMN Mycology Club is a platform for learning, teaching and celebrating fungal biology. Our aim is to unify the diversity of fungal knowledge around the campus and community through educational lectures, hands-on workshops, outreach and forays. For more information, check out the Mycology Club website.