Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association at UCLA
KSEA, short for Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association, was established in 1971 as a non-profit professional organization. It has now grown to over 4500 registered active undergraduate, graduate, professional, and industry members with 70 local chapters and 14 technical groups across the United States. BruinKSEA, short for KSEA at UCLA, was established in 2009 as part of the Southern-California YG (Young Generation) chapter. It has now grown to over 180 registered members. We welcome undergraduates, graduates, and researchers of UCLA within the scientific and engineering fields. KSEA provides valuable opportunities to network with other KSEA YG Chapters within Southern California (Harvey Mudd College, USC, CalTech, UCSD, UCI, and CSULB); develop leadership through activities and volunteering as a representative of BruinKSEA; participate in national conferences such as YGTLC, UKC or regional conferences such as SWRC (click on Conferences for more details); and life time experiences and memorable relationships within UCLA.
Signatories: Allie Yoon, Eunice Lee, and Jooyoung Song
Advisor: Kristopher Kaupalolo
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