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As a companion book to the permanent exhibit of the same name at ASME’s new headquarters, Engineering the Everyday and the Extraordinary celebrates engineering achievements and their impact on everyday life. The exhibit is made up of 80 rotatable triangular modules, each one telling an engineering story with a brief overview, a strong central image and a patent drawing or illustration, covering nine major domains of engineering. Checkout the sample pages
ISHOW: A global competition for hardware led social innovation -The ASME “Innovation Showcase” is now accepting applications – the competition is open to any individual or organization that is taking a “hardware led social innovation” to market. Applicants must have a prototype and have conducted some initial user outreach/ testing. Winners will receive a share of $500K in prizes and access to a design & engineering review delivered by industry experts. Applications are open globally and in-person showcase events will take place in India (April), USA (May) and Kenya (June).
The Outstanding Student Section Advisor Award recognizes the leadership and service qualities of an ASME Student Section Advisor who has completed at least 3 academic years as a Student Section Advisor prior to nomination for the award. A nomination for this award is expected to substantiate the leadership and service qualities of the nominee by reference to accomplishments in at least the following areas:
A silver medal, $1500 cash award, a certificate and travel expense supplement will be provided to attend the award presentation at IMECE. In addition to the award recipient, up to nine nominees can receive a plaque, certificate and $500 honorarium.
Charles T. Main Student Leadership Award will be given to undergraduate ASME student members whose leadership and service qualities have contributed, for a period of more than one year, to the programs and operations of a Student Section of the Society, to his/her department activities and other related activities.
The nomination for this award would be expected to substantiate the leadership and service qualities of the nominee by reference to the nominee’s Student Section offices, organizational assignments, creative programs and activities, and community service. First place is bestowed upon a student who best meets the award criteria, while second place is awarded to the student who is next best in meeting these criteria. Up to 8 honorable mentions will be presented to qualified candidates.
First place consists of a gold medal, a certificate, a $3000 honorarium. Second place consists of a silver medal, a certificate, a $2000 honorarium and each recipient will receive a travel expense contribution to attend the award presentation in accordance with Society Policy P-4.5. In addition, up to eight $500 honorable mentions awards will be provided to qualified candidates.
The nominations forms can be found at
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Emerging markets are thought to be the engines of global economic development for the next 20 years. Given the rapid rate at which these economies are projected to grow and the compelling social/ economic/environmental challenges they face, research in engineering design is in high demand, providing a basis for new technologies and solutions to meet the needs of consumers throughout the entire economic pyramid.
This forum highlights cutting-edge engineering research and design initiatives for emerging markets and the critical role advanced manufacturing plays in bringing these technologies to market. Speakers discuss the creation, modeling and validation of design for developing countries that help ensure access to energy, clean water, effective sanitation and healthcare.
Brecca Gaffney (2014-16)Ph.D. CandidateUniversity of DenverMechanical Engineeringbrecca.email@example.com
Janet Y. Tsai (2014-15)Ph.D. CandidateUniversity of Colorado at BoulderMechanical Engineering firstname.lastname@example.org
Isaac Leventon (2014-15)Ph.D. CandidateUniversity of Maryland – College ParkFire Protection Engineeringisaac.email@example.com
Lily Li (2014-16)Ph.D. CandidateUniversity of California, Santa BarbaraMechanical Engineeringlilyjuanlily@gmail.com
The Henry Hess Award is given for best original technical paper presented to or published by the Society during the two calendar years prior to the year of award by a Student Member or Member who was not yet 35 years of age at the time the paper was submitted to the Society.
Joint authorship is permissible provided all authors meet the requirements. The paper shall be specifically recommended for the award by a review committee or qualified individual.
Form of Award: $2,500, Certificate and Travel supplement to attend the Award presentation
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The Arthur L. Williston Medal is presented for the best paper submitted in the annual competition on a subject chosen to challenge the engineering abilities of engineering students in conformance with the annual contest guidelines. This years' selected topic is on "The Role of Robotics in Future Manned Missions to Mars."
A contestant must be an ASME Student Member or Member who received a baccalaureate degree not more than two years before the deadline date for submission of papers. In 1987, the award was expanded to recognize second and third place papers. Arthur L. Williston, ASME Member, established the medal in 1954.
Form of Award:
Papers must be submitted by February 15, 2015
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Participating in the program is easy with our Web-based platform, made available through a partnership with WisdomShare™.Our targeted matching system will pair you based on your personal preferences with a Mentor who can provide anything from general advice to a fresh point-of-view. Someone who can help identify the right training or niche in mechanical engineering, or even assist with finding a non-traditional career path.
The valuable insight you can gain by participating in the ASME Mentoring program can have a positive impact on your career and your life for years to come!
If you are ready for a most rewarding experience, please go to: go.asme.org/mentoring to become an ASME Mentor or Mentee.
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