Society for Underwater Technology TAMU Student Chapter
We are a multidisciplinary student organization that works towards building a bridge between students and industry experts in the field of underwater technology. We provide educational and professional opportunities for our members.
If you are interested in joining us or would like additional information, please subscribe to our listserve or contact us at email@example.com.
Members are highly encouraged to come to our weekly board meetings. Email us for more information!
We are currently seeking additional board members and have opportunities for volunteers! Check out our Membership tab for more information on the open positions.
SUT-Houston and SUT-TAMU provide yearly scholarship opportunities for students. Below is a video interview with 3 of the 5 Texas A&M Students who were awarded scholarships in the 2015-2016 academic year. Congratulations winners!
Video: Interviews with Natalie Zielinski (winner SUT-Houston Scholarship), Miguel Gutierrez (winner SUT-Houston Scholarship), and Lindsay Martin (SUT-TAMU Student Paper Contest).
ROV Competition Saturday, 24 March 2018
Join a team of underwater technicians and pilot a working remotely-operated vehicle (ROV). Teams will compete for prizes, interact with professionals and industry members, gain experience working as a team to complete tasks, and more! The ROV competition is an all-day event, and requires registration. Spots are limited.
All members are welcome to attend the weekly board members. This is great way to get more involved and will give you opportunities to work directly with the Professional Society in Houston, the local community, and academic and student leaders at Texas A&M University.
Email us for details: firstname.lastname@example.org
SUT-TAMU School Touring Program
Interested in visiting local schools for STEM outreach? Come join SUT-TAMU's schools touring program where you have the opportunity to give short presentations to young students regarding underwater technologies and your interests!
We currently have open volunteer positions for trips in the Fall and Spring semesters.