ASME Seeks New Faces of Mechanical Engineering

Be the New Face of Mechanical Engineering—

Both Engineering Professionals and Students receive recognition as part of the annual celebratory E-Week. (February 22-28, 2015).

Tell ASME your story! The New Faces of Engineering program strives to promote the accomplishments of young engineers by highlighting their engineering contributions and the resulting impact on society.


How Do You Become ASME's New Face of Engineering?

New Faces of Engineering Program Now Accepting Nominations from College Students
New Faces of Engineering – College Edition recognizes the best and brightest whose academic successes and experiences in the engineering field have positioned them to make an impact.

Each year, a new class of College Edition winners are selected. Winners receive a scholarship of $1000, and are recognized on the DiscoverE website and College Edition's Facebook page with a photo, brief statement of their accomplishments, and are featured in an ad in their college newspaper. We will also recognize our winner and top candidates in our various publications. Nomination forms must be submitted online by Thursday, Nov 13.

To learn more about the program and apply, visit the New Faces page.


For Professionals
You should be a member of ASME, 30 years of age or younger as of December 31, 2014, and have a degree in engineering from an ABET accredited U.S. college or university, or from an equivalent international educational institution.

Nominate yourself, or a worthy colleague today!

Thank you for your interest. All eligible applications have been submitted.



For Students - Deadline Extension! This Week Only!
The application for the College Edition is now available.

Please visit the New Faces of Engineering College Edition page for information on applying.

The selected winner will be awarded a $1000 scholarship.

The ASME deadline for applying is Thursday, November 13, 2014.



About the Engineers Week
The National Engineers Week Foundation is a formal coalition of more than 100 professional societies, major corporations and government agencies dedicated to ensuring adiverse and well-educated engineering workforce. Visit www.eweek.org for more information.