The Virginia Tech Chapter of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers provides opportunities to participate in local, regional, and national professional development and networking events. All BSE undergraduates are strongly encouraged to join ASABE and participate in ASABE activities.
President: Henry Presman
Vice President: Lindsy Stamenkovich
Treasurer: Julia Post
Secretary: Rachel Porter
Advisor: Jonathan Czuba
For graduate student organizations, visit our graduate student life page.
Other Professional Organizations
The mission of AWRAatVT is to support local, regional, and national waterways through education, service, management, and research.
The Student Branch of the Virginia Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society engages in a variety of service and social activities throughout the year, including Save Our Streams Biomonitoring at local streams, educational workshops, stream clean-ups, hiking, and other conservation activities. SWCS is an international, nonprofit organization that advocates the protection, enhancement, and wise use of soil, water, and related natural resources.
The Food Science Club at Virginia Tech is a non-profit student organization dedicated to promoting food science and technology through education and service.
The Society of Women Engineers at Virginia Tech seeks to support and encourage women in all engineering fields.
NSBE’s mission it to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community
SHPE seeks to help its Hispanic engineering members grow not only academically but also professionally by offering community involvement, workshops and conferences each year with job and networking opportunities.
Internationally Focused Organizations
EWB is a student chapter of the national organization Engineers Without Borders. Our mission is to partner with disadvantaged areas to improve their quality of life through the implementation of environmentally, equitably, and economically sustainable engineering projects, while developing internationally responsible engineers and engineering students through education, encouragement, and experience.
IAESTE (pronounced “eye-ess-tay”), or the International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experiences, is a global organization promoting intercultural exchange between students in STEM fields across the globe.
Engineers in Action (formerly known as Bridges to Prosperity) at Virginia Tech is a student led service organization that seeks to empower developing communities through the design and construction of footbridges thereby advancing community public works, economic prosperity, and community access to schools, medicine, jobs, and markets.
Engineers for a Sustainable World (ESW) is an international nonprofit network of students & professionals united by their shared passion for technical sustainability. We believe that young engineers & scientists are critical to solving the biggest sustainability challenges of today and tomorrow.
EWH is a dynamic global organization serving engineering students, healthcare professionals, communities around the world and, most importantly, patients in need.
Medical Related Organizations
MAPS is an organization dedicated to assisting students who are striving for a health related career in medicine, nursing, PA, dentistry, veterinary, and much more!