Amatuer Radio Club - The Amateur Radio Club combines the knowledge of electronics with the hobby of Amateur Radio. Radio amateur operates throughout the world participates in different ways. Some build or experiment, some fly radio-controlled planes or balloons, some exchange TV or digital data, some participate in contests, some, just chat. The QCC Amateur Radio Club is a fairly small club that is driven by its member’s current interests. For further information concerning the Amateur Radio Club you can contact Prof. Peter Stark in the ECET Department, Room T-20; 718-281-5255; e-mail email@example.com
Architecture Club – The Architecture club meets every Wed in MC 146. It shows videos on architectural topics and designs and hosts guest speakers from industry. The club also takes field trips to Manhattan and other sites in the Tri-state area, We have about 25 events per semester. The faculty advisor is Professor Craig Weber who is located in room T-9.
IEEE Club - The IEEE Club is for QCC students who enjoy getting involved in projects, activities and student government. The club members will have the opportunity to work on Electronic/Computer based projects of their choice. They will be involved in bringing special speakers to the College and going on filed trips. Members also could join QCC student government. To join the club, please contact Prof. Hamid Namdar at his office in the Technology Building, Room T-20, 718 – 281 - 5250; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
ET Programming Club - Meets Wednesday during Clubs 1-3PM in room T-24.
Mechanical Engineering Technology Club - To support and encourage students interested in careers in mechanical engineering, discuss latest mechanical engineering technology and participate in student competitions. For additional information please contact Dr. Kee Park (email@example.com) in room T-17.
Robotics Club - Robots will inevitably play a vital role in human life. The members of the robotics club work diligently to pool their ideas and opinions towards the study and construction of robots. While we are very fascinated with discussions, projects and events, we, the members, still recognize other clubs on Campus. We have co-sponsored several events and socialized during club meetings.
The Club plans to pursue the objective of designing and producing a multifunction robot. We have and ordered a number of different robotic kits for our club members to learn from and assemble for this objective.
It is our desire to compete with other Colleges in Robotics Fairs. Since the Technology Faculty has embraced us with support and absolute confidence, the Robotics Club does predict many fruitful days ahead at Queensborough Community College. The Club would also like to thank the Student Government for its support. For further information concerning the Robotics Club you can contact Prof. John Buoncora in the ECET Department, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Tau Alpha Pi National Honor Society - Tau Alpha Pi or ASEE, Inc., is organized exclusively for charitable, scientific and education purposes, more specifically to provide recognition for high standard of scholarship among students in engineering technology programs to promote and encourage scholastic achievement by offering membership to outstanding students; and to engender certain desirable qualities of personality, intellect and character among its members. The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) is the Membership Society for engineering and engineering technology education. Students provide free tutoring in subject related to Technology.
To be eligible for regular membership, applicants must:
(1) Be enrolled in an Associate degree program.
(2) Have accumulated 15 credits toward that degree.
(3) Have a grade-point average of at least 3.5.
(4) Be of good character and possess recognized qualities of citizenship.
*Provisional membership may be granted to first-semester freshmen who present evidence of academic excellence from high school.
Contact Assistant Professor Danny Mangra at DMagra@qcc.cuny.edu