The Human Factors & Ergonomics Society's URL is http://hfes.org/ - a core page to have handy.
For an international flavor of Ergonomics, try The International Ergonomics Association at http://www.iea.cc/
San Jose State University's (SJSU) Human Factors & Ergonomics Program was established a few years ago. For more information about it visit http://www.engr.sjsu.edu/hfe/
Also try the HCI Index of Research Groups and Companies located at http://degraaff.org/hci/groups.html
See the Board of Certification in Professional Ergonomics (BCPE) at http://www.bcpe.org/. BCPE is a good thing to be aware of - the whole idea of "Certification" is fairly controversial, but happening none the less.
My M.S. advisor from San Jose State University, Tony Andre, has a new site called ErgoWorld at http://www.interface-analysis.com/ergoworld/. He has a continuing interest in HF, aviation, Graduate Students, and research and is always willing to talk about grad programs. He is known as one who knows a lot about HF/Erg. programs, current research, the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society, and company efforts.
The comp.human-factors Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) URL has info mostly for newbies at: http://edgarmatias.com/faq/
Here is a sampling of ergonomics and programs which I put together one afternoon for a webpage class project. It is located at http://sites.google.com/site/ergonomicintro/faqs/more-resources (circa 1996)