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The Student Advisory Committee is responsible for representing the interests of students who attend TURBO EXPO and serves as a liaison to the IGTI. The Committee will engage students by creating student-oriented programming at TURBO EXPO, such as tutorial sessions and activities that facilitate student interaction and networking with IGTI professionals. The Secretary is responsible for drafting all formal correspondence for the Student Advisory Committee. He or she will take notes at all meetings and is responsible for distributing the minutes after each meeting. Coordinate monthly SAC meetings. Keep track of action items. Highly involved in the SAC decision-making process. To apply for Secretary of the Student Advisory Committee (SAC), please submit a resume or CV with application via e-mail to the SAC at firstname.lastname@example.org by May 20, 2020. You will be notified of the status of your application by June 3, 2020. An election with the full Student Advisory Committee will be held at the Annual Meeting at Turbo Expo (6:00-7:30 pm on Thursday, June 25, 2020. Submit your application today!
Call for Student Advisory Committee Vice-ChairSubmit Application by May 20, 2020
The ASME IGTI Student Advisory Committee is responsible for representing the interests of students who attend TURBO EXPO and serves as a liaison to the IGTI. The Committee will engage students by creating student-oriented programming at TURBO EXPO, such as tutorial sessions and activities that facilitate student interaction and networking with IGTI professionals. The Vice Chair supports the Chair’s activities and represents the Student Advisory Committee if the Chair is unavailable to do so. He or she is responsible for supervising subcommittees, if any are present. Recruit and lead the student liaisons to cover 20+ technical committee. Highly involved in the SAC decision-making process. The Vice Chair succeeds to become Chair the following year. The Chair will lead the Annual Meeting at Turbo Expo as well as all executive committee meetings. He or she will represent and provide an update on the Committee at the ASME Board meeting at Turbo Expo. The Chair can create subcommittees to accomplish tasks he or she deems appropriate. To apply for Vice Chair of the Student Advisory Committee (SAC), please submit a resume or CV with the application via e-mail to the SAC at email@example.com by May 20, 2020. You will be notified of the status of your application by June 3, 2020. An election with the full Student Advisory Committee will be held at the Annual Meeting at Turbo Expo (6:00-7:30 pm on Thursday, June 25, 2020). Submit your application today!
Want to engineer a better world? Here is your chance!
Innovate for Impact: Siemens Design ChallengeDriving solutions for zero hunger & clean water
Reimagine the Future of Water & Food
Help humanity prepare, adapt and respond to the most pressing challenges in food and water. Develop new ideas and innovative hardware that hit globally aligned targets to achieve SDG2 and SDG6 by 2030.
Left to right: Nathan Johnson, Arizona State University, Dr. Amos Winter, Dr. Nordica MacCarty, Dr. Bryony DuPont
Value Proposition for Real World ImpactDr. Amos Winter of MIT discusses the challenge of creating high-value technologies (at a fraction of the price) that provide positive social impact all over the world. Dr. Winter asserts engineers must read the unique socioeconomic landscape of target markets and end users throughout every step of the design process. watch video
Harnessing the Power of OceanDr. Bryony DuPont of Oregon State University discusses offshore renewable energy systems and how the engineering community can work together to optimize wave energy conversion to meet the growing demand for electricity. watch video
Ethnography in Engineering DesignDr. Nordica MacCarty of Oregon State University discusses how engineers and anthropologists are exploring new methods in clean energy and water system design. watch video
Andrew Entwistle, Engineering Analyst at McCormick Stevenson talks about how to identify and act in order to succeed in your career. IDENTIFY opportunities to improve skill-set and fill needs in your company; ACT to develop skills to prepare for a new position; and rely on the experience you have and apply. watch video ...
ASME member Dylon Rockwell is an airframe design and integration engineer at the Boeing Company in Ridley, Pa., where he serves as a principal investigator for manufacturing technologies. After joining Boeing in 2011, Dylon was assigned to the V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft program. The V-22 combines the vertical performance of a helicopter with the speed and range of a fixed-wing aircraft, is used primarily in cargo and crew delivery. After receiving training in variation analysis software, Dylon went on to perform analysis for Boeing’s Crew Space Transportation (CST-100) Starliner, Space Launch System and Sikorsky Boeing SB>1 Defiant programs to quantify and mitigate assembly risk. A member of ASME since 2013, Dylon is a new member of the Society’s Y14.46 Committee Support Group. He received a bachelor’s degree in aeronautics and astronautics engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2011, and a master’s degree in systems engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology in 2015.
Read Dylon's interview and get his insights into being an early career engineer.
FutureME has a catalog of over 50 videos geared specifically for early career engineers. Take advantage of the wealth of knowledge available to you that cover topics like career development, engineering career paths, advanced manufacturing, and much more. Visit the FutureME video series page to learn more and watch now!