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  • Deadline Extended to 12/15/2015 for Special Issue on Sustainable Manufacturing

    We are pleased to inform that the deadline for the Special Issue on Sustainable Manufacturing of ASME JMSE has been extended to December 15th, 2015. The CFP with the updated deadline can be found in the attachment. 

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  • ASME ANNOUNCES SECOND ADVANCED MANUFACTURING FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY AT AMERICA MAKES!

    ASME is pleased to announce its second Advanced Manufacturing Fellowship opportunity at America Makes, located in Youngstown, Ohio. America Makes was created in August 2012 to help the United States grow capabilities and strength in Additive Manufacturing by facilitating collaboration among leaders from business, academia, non-profit organizations and government agencies and focusing on areas that include design, materials, technology, and workforce development.

    The ASME Fellow will provide leadership and support in one of the key pillars of America Makes- Workforce and Educational Outreach. Specifically, the fellow will:

    • Help to strategize, prioritize and coordinate the development education/ training programs and resources to accelerate Additive Manufacturing implementation.
    • Serve as a liaison with internal and external partners, including policymakers, to help America Makes enhance its network of education and workforce development solution providers.
    • Provide scientific, technical, curricular and intellectual leadership, and analytical support contributing to the advancement of the Institute's goals, particularly as they apply to workforce development and educational outreach.
    • Organize and curate education resources and update online interface that is used by members and attracts new members to America Makes.

    ASME will provide a stipend of $60,000 for this one year Fellowship, which will start in mid- to late 2016. No additional funding will be provided by ASME. All Fellowship Applicants must be a U.S. citizen and an ASME member at the time of application. The application deadline is January 31, 2016.

    For additional information, including the online application, visit 

    http://ppec.asme.org/washington-insider/new-asme-advanced-manufacturing-fellowship-america-makes/

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  • MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE NEXT ASME GOVERNMENT RELATIONS WEBINAR: "ASME FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FELLOWSHIPS: TECHNOLOGY INTERSECTING POLICY AND POLITICS"

    ASME Members and non-members are invited to join ASME Government Relations for a webinar scheduled for Thursday, December 3rd from12:00pm-1:00pm (EST) highlighting a current and a former ASME Congressional Fellow, both of whom will be providing their personal perspectives on the accomplishments and challenges associated with the Fellowship. Guest speakers will include:

    • Kalan Guiley, Chair of the Committee on Government Relations, will host the webinar and provide general information about the Fellowship program and current opportunities. Guiley has been a member of the ASME Committee on Government Relations since 2007, and has served as VP/Chair since 2013.  He works for The Boeing Company as the Manager of Continued Airworthiness for Twin-Aisle Airplanes.
    • Dr. Briana Tomboulian, ASME's 2015 Congressional Engineering Fellow, has been serving in the office of the Honorable Edward Markey (D-MA), U.S. Senate since January 2015, where she has been working on energy, environment and manufacturing issues. Dr. Tomboulian came to ASME's Fellowship program from a NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship program, where she spent time at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center and Glenn Research Center developing critical components for deep-space power systems. She received her Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering (ME) from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and her B.S. in Engineering Science from Smith College.
    • Stephen Lehrman served as ASME's 2006 Congressional Engineering Fellow for the Honorable Mark Pryor (D-Ark), U.S. Senate. After his fellowship ended in 2006, Mr. Lehrman was offered - and accepted - a position as Legislative Assistant for Sen. Pryor. He was ultimately promoted to Senior Legislative Assistant for the economy, tax, budget, banking, housing, small business, energy, environment, and science and technology policy issues. Prior to working on Capitol Hill, he founded an intellectual property consulting and marketing firm, LabraTek Consulting, and worked for RTI International, Fuentek LLC, Corporate Consulting and Development Company, and Stone & Websthttp://ppec.asme.org/er Engineering. A registered professional engineer, Mr. Lehrman received his M.S. in ME from Northeastern University, and his B.S. in ME from Brown University. Mr. Lehrman is currently working as an independent contractor for the National Nanotechnology Coordination Office.

    Register today for the webinar at: https://engage.vevent.com/rt/asme~asme_congressional_fellowships

    Additional information about the webinar and the Fellowship announcements below is available on the ASME Public Policy Education Center at http://ppec.asme.org/ Please share this link with interested colleagues.

     

    ASME Government Relations
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    Washington, DC 20036
    Website: http://www.asme.org/about-asme/advocacy-government-relations

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  • Deadline Extended to 11/30/2015 for Special Issue on Innovations in Materials Forming Processes


    We are pleased to inform that the deadline for the Special Issue on Innovations in Materials Forming Processes of ASME JMSE has been extended to November 30th, 2015. The original Call for Papers can be found in the attachment and also here: https://community.asme.org/manufacturing_engineering_division/b/weblog/archive/2015/07/29/call-for-papers-for-a-special-issue-on-innovations-in-materials-forming-processes.aspx

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