Student organizations are a great way to get involved at UF. Below are a list of student organizations that are relevant to Industrial Engineering:
The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, founded in 1957, is the world’s largest scientific association of human factors/ergonomics professionals. HFES serves the needs of members and the public by promoting and advancing the discovery and exchange of knowledge concerning the characteristics of human beings that are applicable to the design of systems, products, tools, and environments of all kinds.
IISE is the professional society for Industrial Engineers where students can learn about potential careers and prepare accordingly. Activities include presentations from industry leaders, resume/career development workshops and plant tours, as well as social events such as happy hours. Check the announcements/calendar for information on upcoming events.
INFORMS activities center around research, including presentations by researchers from University of Florida and other visiting scholars. Check the announcements/calendar for information on upcoming events.
SHS aims to promote the use and awareness of systems engineering, analysis, and process improvement in the healthcare field by providing appropriate education and career opportunities to University of Florida students.
Increasing social connectivity within the department, facilitating research collaboration between disparate labs, aiding in the onboarding process for new students, contributing academic support for existing students, assisting in professional development for departing students, collaborating with department faculty and the EGSC to improve recruitment results and providing a chain of elevation for student concerns both within our department and college.
SSE aims to help the next generation of students who are passionate about the professional sales industry, gain valuable interpersonal and professional skills that will greatly benefit them in their careers. Our organization has a broad reach with members from the Business College as well as the College of Engineering.