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Technology & Society
Management & Professional Practice
Greetings ASME Technology and Society Division (T&S) members!The Technology and Society Division, like all other ASME technical divisions, must self-generate income to fund activities. ASME does not provide funding from membership dues. You may choose to make a voluntary tax-deductible contribution at the time of your annual member renewal by electing to donate to “Technical Division”. Since the Technology & Society Division is your primary Division your donation will be deposited into our account. On either the standard or the on-line form you will note an opportunity to provide this donation (in addition to opportunities to support your local Section and/or donate to the ASME Foundation, which arealso encouraged!).On behalf of the Technology & Society Division, the Division Executive Committee asks that each Division member consider making a minimum ten dollar ($10) contribution, as part of your annual membership renewal, to “Technical Division”. This modest contribution on your part will provide the Division with much-needed operating funds to pursue sponsorship of sessions at ASME conferences, publication of a T&S Division Journal/Newsletter and other expenses.Thank you for your support!
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