MESS is dedicated to promoting student understanding of materials through alternative learning opportunities; including professional awareness, educational speakers, and projects aimed at learning and applying materials science and engineering concepts.
President (2012-2013): Ann Peters email@example.com
At Cal Poly's ASM chapter, the top students in the department with at least junior standing are invited to join the society. To become members, students must fulfill community service and Outreach requirements. The Outreach program is dedicated to encouraging children and teens, particularly from under-served communities, to pursue a career in materials science and engineering. Each year, Alpha Sigma Mu puts on the Annual Cal Poly Materials Engineering Banquet.
President (2012-2013): Jeff Goldstein firstname.lastname@example.org
MST represents a collection of dedicated students and faculty at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo who have identified a need for a multidisciplinary technical collaboration to explore the design and fabrication of micro/nano-scale devices. MST oversees the Cal Poly Microfabrication Laboratory which is a fully functioning teaching and research facility that supports a variety of graduate and undergraduate projects.
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NACE is the world's largest organization dedicated to the study of corrosion. At Cal Poly, we hope to educate students about corrosion and raise interest about the field. We hope to have a corrosion project for those interested in corrosion coming soon!
President (2012-2013): Thien Vu-Nguyen firstname.lastname@example.org