Student Engineering Organizations at UAF

  • AADE American Association of Drilling Engineers
  • AEG Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists
  • AGC Associated General Contractors of Alaska
  • AIAA American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
  • AISES American Indian Science & Engineering Society
  • ANSEP Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program
  • ASCE American Society of Civil Engineers
  • ASME American Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • IEEE Institute of Electronic & Electrical Engineers
  • MCAA  Mechanical Contractors Association of America
  • SME Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration
  • SPE Society of Petroleum Engineers
  • SWE Society of Women Engineers
  • Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society
  • Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honor Society

Student Competitions & Activities

Ice Arch

The annual tradition of building an ice arch dates back to the late 1960′s. Each year since then the engineering students mainly civil Engineers have built an arch, each year picking a new method and new design. 

Steelbridge

Every year, the American Society of Engineers and the American Institute of Steel Construction holds the student steel bridge competition. The University of Alaska Fairbanks has traditionally been a strong competitor. Go to the Steelbridge Homepage »

Silver Fox Mine

The Silver Fox Mine (SFM) provides a significant and unique arctic engineering experience for our students. Students activities include
mine management and operation (mucking, drilling blast holes, roof bolting, ventilation etc) and engineering design. Go to SFM Page »

Space Grant

The Alaska Space Grant Program (ASGP) is a consortium of public and private universities and non-profit organizations that sponsors a broad range of programs to enhance teaching, research, and educational outreach within aerospace and earth science, and other NASA related STEM disciplines throughout Alaska. Go to the Alaska Space Grant Homepage »

Micro Mouse

The MicroMouse competition is a design contest that brings together mechanical design, electrical design, controls, and programming with the purpose of building a maze solving robot.