Student Organizations (Clubs)
LAU students can participate in clubs that hold student-led activities around the year. Here you will find a list of all active clubs and how to form new ones. As an LAU student, you can participate in any number of clubs — as many as your interests.
Of even more relevance to you: Engineering students have formed the following clubs that are affiliated with professional organizations.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Club:
Promotes IEEE membership and activities on campus
Participates in regional activities of the club, and keeps members updated with the new technologies and scientific discoveries related to this major.
Holds conferences to enrich members’ knowledge about new technologies and innovations.
Unites ELE & COE students in one club to keep up with recent club activities and held activities.
The Artificial Intelligence Club:
Brings together students interested in AI, CS, and related fields from computer science and engineering to social sciences (e.g. psychology) and neural sciences (e.g. biology).
Members contemplate and debate current and future developments in this inter-disciplinary field, considered one of the newest and most attractive fields of scientific study in the early 21st century.
Engineers Without Borders
The Engineers Without Borders Club:
Seeks to engage engineering students from different backgrounds in helping the disadvantaged communities of Lebanon and beyond.
Provides a unique professional and social experience to the members through the implementation of sustainable, environmentally friendly, and economical engineering projects.
The Institute of Industrial Engineers Club:
Plans, organizes and provides learning activities by communicating with industries for the members of our student chapter.
President: Thea Saad
Vice President: Hiba Rahme
Secretary: Serge Haddad
Treasurer: Jean Bou Habib
This club is inactive. Would you like to reactivate it? Get in touch with the Student Life Office.
The Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers Club:
Plans and provides learning activities by communicating with industries for members of our student chapter.
Organizes professional field trips, seminars and student development weekends.
The American Society for Civil Engineers Club:
Stays on top of issues facing civil engineers and the civil engineering profession by organizing trips to real-life projects and holding seminars focused on future opportunities for civil engineers in Lebanon, the Gulf and worldwide.
Activities include technical and field trips, seminars, competitions, an academic assistance career center given approval from the department chair, promoting collaboration by linking up students with alumni and international portal.
President: Mery Derjani
Vice President: Hisham Kraitem
Secretary: Makram Fares
Treasurer: Elias Salameh
The Petroleum Engineering Club engages LAU petroleum engineering students in major activities of relevance to their major.
President: Jana Shreiteh
Vice President: Catherine El Riachi
Secretary: Omar Bekdache
Treasurer: Karim Salaheddine
The Robotics Club:
Serves as an educational and fun workshop for LAU undergraduate and graduate students who wish to pursue their interest in robotics.
Creates a strong robotics community by bringing students, faculty and departments from the School of Engineering together promoting the study and practice of robotics.
Holds annual competitions that allow members to develop a variety of skills in engaging team based engineering competitions.
Organizes field trips to companies to show how robots are helping humans, and lectures about robots, and workshops and training on how to build robots.
President: Ziad Kassab
Vice President: Joe Issa
Secretary: Khaled Jalloul
Treasurer: Jinan Ali
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers Club:
Provides an opportunity for students to promote their leadership skills and soft skills, fellowship, technical skills, interaction with other student sections, interaction with the faculty members as well as providing students’ academic assistance in collaboration with department dean &/or chair.
Conferences, seminars, workshops, competitions, dinners with faculty, field trips in and out of campus (technical or professional purposes and to increase interaction with faculty). P.S: the activities might be in or out of campus but only for LAU mechanical engineering students.
President: Mark El Agha
Vice President: Lynn El Khoury
Secretary: Josee Rizkallah
Treasurer: Carole Mansour
The Association of Energy Engineers Club:
Raises awareness among the members of LAU students about energy conservation and environment protection.
Conducts energy conservation and energy efficiency projects.
President: Karim Ghamrawi
Vice President: Mohammad Saifan
Secretary: Mariella Mansour
Treasurer: Bahaa Hajir
Students interested in Logistics Automation activities being developed in the BMW Group.
The Logistics Automation Club:
- Focuses on housing students planning to do their BMW internships in Germany, and helps members share opportunities and experiences and maintain strong connections throughout their carriers.
- Helps promote joint LAU-BMW activities, such as the VIRA (Vision Intelligence and Robotics Applications) workshops.
President: Michael Al Assaad
Vice President: Anthony Semaan
Secretary: Maria Hanna
Treasurer: Paul El Kouba
The Developer Student club:
- Creates Impact by bridging the gap between coding theory and practice.
- Exposes students to new developer technologies through hands-on workshops and informational talks.
- Enhances a collaborative environment by building solutions for local community and business problems.
- Hands-on workshops teaching programming languages, technologies, and solving coding challenges.
President: Reem Shehayib
Vice President: Jad Balout
Secretary: Nour Mikhael
Treasurer: Anas Honeini