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ASME News is a resource for those who want to learn about the Society and the many interesting activities the organization and its members are involved in each year. ASME News contains news about Society-related events and programs, as well as special features and the Newsmakers section.

More Than 100 Students Receive ASME Scholarships for 2019-2020

This year alone, more than $365,000 in scholarships were awarded to 101 ASME student members to help ensure that they successfully earn their engineering degrees.

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Medical 3D Printing Innovators Sought as Speakers for AM Medical Event
ASME is looking for innovators from the manufacturing and bioengineering industries who would like the opportunity to be a presenter at one of the sessions next May during AM Medical: Additive Manufacturing & 3D Innovations — a new industry-focused event powered by ASME to inspire collaboration between manufacturing, medical device and bioengineering professionals.
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Study Suggests Automated Faucets Could Influence Human Behavior While Conserving Water
Could the development of a smart water faucet that is able to adapt to human usage patterns result in a significant reduction in household water usage and teach people how to use water more carefully? A recently presented technical paper, written by a research team from Stanford University and supervised by ASME member Erin F. MacDonald, suggests that it could.
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Vote Now: Submit Your 2019 ASME Society Officer Election Ballot
Recently, ASME members should have received an email that includes information on how to log into the ballot page, hosted on ASME.org, and vote for the Society’s new president and members of the Board of Governors. ASME members who do not have an email address, as well as members whose emails get bounced back, will be sent a hard copy ballot along with online voting instructions.
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Special Journal Issue to Highlight Analysis and Design of Sociotechnical Systems
The ASME Journal of Mechanical Design is currently seeking manuscripts for a special issue dedicated to the subject of analysis and design of sociotechnical systems. The deadline for authors to submit a paper for the special issue, which will be published in November 2020, is Feb. 1, 2020.
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