The George Mason University Student AEE Chapter is a student organized and led organization closely associated with both the National AEE and the NCC Chapter. The following is an overview of the organization:
The purposes of this Association shall be:
The University of Maryland Student AEE Chapter is a student organized and led organization closely associated with both the National AEE and the NCC Chapter. The following is an overview of the organization:
To promote the scientific and educational interest of those engaged in the energy industry.
To foster cooperative action in advancing by all lawful means the common purposes of its members, and promote activities designed to enable the industry to be conducted with the greatest economy and efficiency.
To afford due consideration to and expression of opinion upon questions affecting the industry and to hold meetings for the presentation and discussion of technical papers.
To cooperate with other industries and organizations.
To conduct or engage in all lawful activities in furtherance of the foregoing purposes or incidental thereto.
To affiliate with and promote the objectives of the Association of Energy Engineers.
Students can register at a discounted rate of $15.
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On The University of Maryland Student AEE Chapter, please contact:
University of Maryland AEE Student Chapter
Jared McGrath, EIT, EMIT, LEED AP O+M
Facilities Planning and Engineering, Eastern Research Group, Inc. (ERG)
2300 Wilson Blvd, Suite 350
Arlington, Virginia 22201
The goals of this organization are:
To encourage and strengthen interest in studies and/or careers in the field of energy engineering.
To promote innovation and application of energy engineering principles, methods, and knowledge.
To educate the university population on the interdisciplinary nature of energy engineering and how the study of such a field may supplement related fields and/or careers.
To provide recognition and/or scholarship reward for scholastic achievement within the field of energy engineering.
To provide a bridge between students and professionals within the field of energy engineering.
To broaden students access and exposure to career-building, mentoring, and professional energy engineering resources.