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On Wednesday, February 10, 2016, twenty-nine members/students from the ASME Milwaukee Section gathered at the Todd Wehr Conference Center on the MSOE campus. Participating universities at “Students Night” included UW-Madison, Marquette and the Milwaukee School of Engineering. Members were updated on recent activities and competitions the schools are currently engaged in. The Hyper-Loop competition was particularly interesting--UW-Madison placed 3rd out of 88 schools competing nationally. They are currently building a prototype “Pod” for high speed transportation. An Interesting topic from Marquette included a man-made cellular type membrane which would eliminate the need for testing on lab rats. MSOE is currently working on a competition machine to compact and propel a sheet of paper. Each of the three teams gave a brisk and professional presentation keeping audience members interested and involved. Discussion followed with students also responding to questions regarding recruitment of new ASME student chapter members. To further support these student chapters, a funding proposal for next year by the Milwaukee Section was discussed. All present were treated to a sandwich buffet. Thanks to all who attended and provided support to our students.