Join our NEW ASME Mentee Track!
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Hispanic Heritage Month
Recognizing the importance of uplifting Hispanic engineer voices and stories.
Discover How Beer Is Brewed in Pressure Vessels
The “brew house” utilizes a three-vessel system and pressure-rated tanks where Master Brewer Leo has created over 100 beers.
Advanced Manufacturing Workforce Development
ASME President Dr. Thomas R. Kurfess and ASME Board of Governors Member Dr. Kathryn Jablokow will explore the future of manufacturing workforce development at IMECE 2023 in New Orleans.
SLW: Coming to a City Near You
Starting this month, ASME will hold eight Student Leader Weekends.
CEO Corner Updates
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