American Society of Mechanical Engineers
The student section of the A.S.M.E. at the University of Texas at Arlington is dedicated to the purpose of introducing A.S.M.E. International to the student body of UT Arlington. In addition, this student organization strives to support and strengthen the intellectual and social ties that bind our members. Guests and Visitors are always welcome.
ASME is a great place to meet new people, socialize, and receive help. In room 201 Woolf Hall, we have a friendly environment where members or non-members can relax in.
- Comfy couches
- A study area with numerous tables and chairs
- Computers for doing schoolwork
- Abundant homework help
Aside from having a nice office, we participate in competitions and conferences throughout the school year. It is a great way to meet students from other schools, and you get to visit new places. In addition to conferences and competitions, we also put together a special event each year, the ASME Networking Banquet. This event was designed to aid students in finding a job in the engineering industry, and helps companies find those students. This is a great opportunity for students that are graduating, or have already graduated, and students seeking internships.
Come by room 201 Woolf Hall to fill out a membership application.
**FRESHMEN... membership is free for your first year**
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)
AIAA is the world's largest technical society dedicated to the global aerospace profession. Any student interested in joining the UTA AIAA Student Chapter should download, print and complete the Student Membership Form, contact a current UTA AIAA officer at firstname.lastname@example.org, and prepare an annual $10 student membership fee. All members should look over the Constitution and Bylaws prior to entry into the Organization.
Aero Mavericks (AeroMavs)
AeroMavs consists of 20+ primarily mechanical and aerospace undergraduate students. As a team, they compete in two annual “Design, Build, Test, Fly” style events, including SAE Aero Design and IREC. In addition to competitions, they participate in various K-12 outreach events, including Engineering Saturday, where they are one of the most popular events. The AeroMavs also engage in various professional networking events and has formed close relationships with local SAE and SFTE sections.
For more information, visit the AeroMavs website: http://www.uta.edu/studentorgs/aeromavs/index.html
UTA Racing Team
UTA Racing is composed entirely of students from The University of Texas at Arlington and competes yearly in the Formula SAE competitions organized by the Society of Automotive Engineers. Every year the team designs, builds, and competes with a new car.
For more information, visit the UTA Racing Team
website: Formula SAE Racing
CA / GTA Application
Classroom Assistant (CA) applications are available twice a year for Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering undergraduate or graduate students. Applications are available March 1-31 for the fall term and October 1-31 for the spring term. Applications are not accepted prior to or after the due date.
A CA is a part-time hourly position, requiring submission of time sheets and does not qualify non-resident students for Texas resident tuition rates.
Graduate Teaching Assistants
CA / GTA Application
Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) applications are available twice a year for Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering graduate students. Applications are available March 1-31 for the fall term and October 1-31 for the spring term. Applications are not accepted prior to or after the due date.
A GTA position provides competitive stipends. GTAs may also be entitled to Texas resident tuition rates; for details, see http://grad.pci.uta.edu/about/catalog/current/general/regulations/#resrates.
GTAs may also be eligible for a STEM fellowship, which covers all but the statutory tuition, international student fee and student insurance; for details, see http://www.uta.edu/research/administration/departments/gcs/find-funding/stem-tuition.php.