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News & Updates

  • Student Night - October 24, 2018

    Thirty-five students participated at this year’s ASME-Milwaukee Student Night.  Four student sections participated in the event.  They were: Marquette, MSOE, UWM and Madison.  Each section updated the professional members on their past year’s activities. 

    After the student presentations, one of the professional members gave a presentation of his own. Douglas Kiesling, Chief Engineer at GE Power in Waukesha, gave a presentation on New Product Design Process and Review.  This overview presentation was to help soon-to-be graduates on employer’s expectations of new product development and its related review process.  It was an interactive presentation in which various members gave their perspective on the topic as well.

  • Continuing Education Seminar - November 3, 2018

    The ASME Milwaukee Section will be holding an educational program on Saturday, November 3, 2018, at MSOE in the Grohmann Tower 4th Floor Conference Room.

    This is a half-day program put on by the ASME-MIlwaukee Section for the benefit of ASME Members and their guests as well as any Professional Engineer.

    • Session 1 Insights from the History of Milwaukee’s Industrial Innovation by Tom Fehring, ASME History and Heritage Chair
    • Session 2 Removal of Methylmercury from Fish for Safer Consumption by Dr. John Ejnik, UW-Whitewater Dept of Chemistry
    • Session 3 The role of Accreditation in Engineering Education Programs and the Profession by Dr. John Riesel, UWM Dept of Mechanical Engineering
    • Session 4 Advances in Lubricant Technology for IC Engine and Hydraulic Fluid Power Applications by Paul Michael

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  • Student Night - October 24th, 2018

    On Wednesday, October 24, 2018, we will hold our annual Student Night event at the Marquette Engineering Hall.

    We have invited our local student chapters (MSOE, UWM, Marquette, UW-Madison and Michigan Tech) to come in and present their current ASME projects. 

    In addition, Douglas Kiesling will give an Overview of the New Product Development Process for Industrial/Commercial Products. 


    For Info & To Register>