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Each year ASME Student Sections host a Student Professional Development Conference (SPDC) within every district. IPTI, located in Texas is part of District E. For students looking to get further involved with ASME, check out this great opportunity to meet & compete with other engineering students!For information on upcoming SPDC dates & locations click here. Purpose:
Who Should Attend:
Other Activities you might find at a SPDC include:
ASME Competitions at the Student Professional Development Conference (SPDC)
Old Guard Oral Presentation CompetitionLimit 2 Entries per Student Section*General Rules and Prize Information | Sample Score Sheet *Note: Some SPDCs may allow only 1 entry per student section. Be sure to check limitations on the venue web site.
Old Guard Technical Poster CompetitionLimit 2 Entries per Student SectionGeneral Rules and Prize Information | Sample Score Sheet
Technical Web Page CompetitionNo Limit on Number of Entries per Student SectionGeneral Rules and Prize Information | Sample Score Sheet
Student Design CompetitionNo Limit on Number of Entries per Student Section****Note: A student may be a member of only ONE team.General Rules, Problem Statement & Prize Information
Student Design ExpositionOpportunity to present design project-can be work in progress. No Limit on Number of Entries per Student Section. Open to ASME members and non-members.Not held every year at all SPDCs.General Rules and Information
Information regarding these contests and other SPDC activities will be posted on the individual conference web sites as information becomes available.All contestants must be dues paid ASME undergraduate student members prior to submittal of entry form. Registering to attend a SPDC does not enter you into the competition, you must also submit the proper entry form by the deadline specified.
"ASME is a real promoter of the Arts, Science, and Technology."
Ali Baghchehsara II, ASME Student Member since 2011
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