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The Old Guard is made up ASME dues exempt members, those who have reached the age of 65 and have retired. They continue to contribute to the Society and their contributions are used to support the “Old Guard” Prizes and similar Society activities related to Student and Early Career members.
The Prizes are awarded annually for the best four contenders at the Old Guard Oral Presentation Competition during the ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition (IMECE). These competitors are Student Members who won first prize at the District level competitions held at ASME Student Professional Development Conferences. The District-level first prizes also include partial travel support to participate in the IMECE.
The Prizes was established in 1956 to recognize the overall winner, in 1981 it was expanded to include second- and third-place winners, and in 1992 a fourth-place winner was added.
Form Of Award: $5000, Prepaid Membership for life, and Plaque
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