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PARTY LIKE AN ENGINEER at E-Fest West

PARTY LIKE AN ENGINEER at E-Fest West

This series of global events for students combines entertainment and social activities with robotics, advanced manufacturing and design challenges. REMINDER: HPVC Vehicle Registration Deadline: Jan. 13, 2017.

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Mars on Their Minds

Mars on Their Minds

The Mars Society’s “University Rover Challenge” leads educational institutions from around the world to build Mars rovers for high-level competition.

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Key Points Delivered at the FutureME Mini-Talks @IMECE 2016

Key Points Delivered at the FutureME Mini-Talks @IMECE 2016

Here is a quick run-down of the key points made during four inspirational Mini-Talks given at the recent IMECE. Experienced engineers shared their perspective on topics pertaining to Career Essentials for Lasting Impression.

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Career & Education

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  • Career Center

    CAREER CENTER: How Do Employers Judge Attitude?

    Job seekers often hear how important a positive attitude is for a successful job search. However, simply acting "cheerful" is not enough. There are several subtle, and not so subtle, ways that employers get a sense of whether you have a positive attitude or not.

    January 03, 2017

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  • Article

    John Celli: Witness to Engineering History

    John Celli’s career has spanned five decades and has encompassed events from the 1969 Moon landing to the recent development of 3D printed satellites. Here, the 2016 Silicon Valley Engineering Council Hall of Fame inductee describes where the field is headed next.

    December 12, 2016

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  • Courses

    Need PDHs?

    Get your Professional Development Hours by taking ASME’s Online Assessment Based Courses. Select from nearly 80 topical, short-length eLearning programs covering a wide range of technical and general-interest subjects for engineers at all career levels.

    December 12, 2016

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  • Award

    Charles T. Main Student Leadership Award – Nominations due March 1

    This award will be given to undergraduate ASME Student Members whose leadership and service qualities have contributed, for more than one year, to the programs and operations of a Student Section of the Society, to his/her department activities and related activities.

    December 19, 2016

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  • K–12 Challenge

    Future Engineers New Challenge—Mars Medical

    K–12 students in the US are challenged to create a digital 3D model of an object that could be used by an astronaut to maintain physical health on a 3-year mission to Mars.

    November 07, 2016

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  • Award

    Papers being accepted for 2017 Williston Award: Topic “Autonomous Systems: Friend or Foe?”

    ASME’s Williston Medal is presented annually to the student engineer or recent graduate who authors the best paper in the area of civic service.

    November 14, 2016

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  • Article

    Where the Robot Meets the Road

    The Georgia Tech Research Institute has been working on a system that just might give roads a healthier future.

    November 29, 2016

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  • Course

    ASME Standards & Certification

    The course provides an introduction to ASME, its Standards and Certification process. Topics include why we have standards, the process for creating them, who maintains them and how ASME certifies organizations in the application of these Standards.

    November 14, 2016

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  • FutureME

    Key Points Delivered at the FutureME Mini-Talks at IDETC/CIE 2016

    Recapping the FutureME Mini-Talks at IDETC/CIE focused on Networking for Success

    November 29, 2016

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  • Article

    Spreading Out Against Brain Tumors

    A team at the University of Texas has developed a new delivery device and method that could change the way brain tumors are treated.

    August 22, 2016

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  • Article

    A New Way to Clean the Air

    Instead of a filter, a new air-purifying technology helps allergy sufferers by blowing air over a photoactivatable catalyst to create highly reactive chemicals that destroy VOCs, pollen, and other allergens.

    August 15, 2016

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  • Career Center

    Career Center: How To Supercharge Your Resume

    To be successful your resume must focus on a specific target job. That general resume, like one size fits all clothing, usually fits no one. When you build a resume focused on your customers’ needs, it will be pulled from the resume databases with greater regularity.

    November 14, 2016

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  • MasterClasses

    Pressure Technology and Standards MasterClass Series

    Presented by ASME code authorities and industry experts, this program comprises multiple courses covering current technologies, codes and standards, as well as key issues relevant to today’s market.

    November 07, 2016

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  • Workshop

    IMECE Workshop to Offer Tips on the Engineering Job Hunt

    The ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE) next month will feature a special workshop for engineers seeking pointers on using online job search tools to identify potential employment opportunities and mastering the job interview.

    October 31, 2016

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  • Career Center

    Career Center: A Softball Coach’s Lesson on Managing

    Getting buy-in from your teammates at the office may not be as easy as it is with 12-year-olds on a softball field, but it’s still a great way to confirm who will be there at your side when the going gets tough.

    October 17, 2016

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  • Article

    Precise Prosthetics for Elite Athletes

    Athletes who wear prosthetic limbs can have a hard time fitting limbs that perform the precision movements required for their sport. Researchers who study how cyclists and runners move say they have the answer.

    October 17, 2016

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  • Global Impact

    E4C: Introduction to Engineering for Global Development

    This self-paced course prepares technically trained people to design and deploy impact-driven solutions for underserved communities around the world. Completing the course qualifies practicing engineers for one Continuing Education Unit (CEU).

    October 03, 2016

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  • Article

    Sniffing Out Danger

    Researchers at Washington University can convert locusts into “biorobotic chemical sensing machines” and steer them toward particular locations by remote control.

    October 03, 2016

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  • Fellowship

    Apply for a 2017-2018 ASME Congressional Fellowship

    Applications are now being accepted for the 2017-2018 ASME Congressional Fellowship through the ASME Federal Government Fellowship Program.

    December 12, 2016

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  • Training

    Pipeline Training Week—Oct.31–Nov.4, 2016, Houston

    Come to Houston this fall and learn directly from pipeline experts and ASME Code leaders as they discuss best practice standards and practical approaches to address real-world design and safety issues. 

    July 18, 2016

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  • ME Today

    ME Today: 2016 Williston Award Paper: Fuel Choice Regulation

    In her Williston award-winning paper, Leong Ka Long Karen looks at the way to narrow the gap between current IMO Marine Standard and 2025 Greenhouse Gas Emission Target.

    September 06, 2016

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  • Article

    Science Gels with Healthcare

    A team at MIT has developed a hydrogel that can sense when medication is needed and deliver it quickly.

    August 08, 2016

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  • Book

    Designs and Prototypes of Mobile Robots

    For several decades, mobile robots have been integral to the development of new robotic systems for new applications, even in non-technical areas. Readers will gain knowledge they can use for engineering developments of mobile robots, in both old and new applications.

    September 06, 2016

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  • Article

    Honing Additive Manufacturing Skills

    A new additive manufacturing center at Arizona State teams industry with student- and faculty-led research to pioneer 3D printing techniques and troubleshoot printing issues.

    September 06, 2016

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  • Career Center

    Career Center: 5 Tips That Will Drain the Stress From Your Next Big Interview

    There's nothing like an attack of nerves to ruin a job interview. Even if you're confident that you're the best fit for the position, once your nerves hit, your chances of landing the job can crumble.

    September 16, 2016

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  • Training

    Get Your Free ASME Training eCatalog for Autumn 2016

    ASME’s new Autumn ’16 eCatalogs — featuring the training courses for engineers and technical professionals the Society will present in North America and Europe this fall — are now available free online.

    September 06, 2016

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  • Article

    The Self-Driving Automaton

    How do you program a robot to get around on its own? Researchers at Stanford have created their Jackrabbot, a mini-fridge sized unit equipped with all the unspoken and unconscious rules of the sidewalk.

    August 15, 2016

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  • WISE

    ASME Student Members Complete WISE Policy Summer Internships in Washington, D.C.

    ASME student members Brenna Doherty and Emily Sheffield recently served as ASME’s 2016 Washington Internships for Students of Engineering (WISE) interns. During this nine-week summer program, students learn about the interaction of technology and public policy.

    August 29, 2016

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  • Career Center

    Career Center: Building Relationships With Recruiters

    When engaging recruiters in your job search, realize there are many nuances to a successful relationship. It is advantageous to know the Good, Better, and Best ways to engage a recruiter and maintain the connection long term.

    September 06, 2016

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  • Grant Program

    Diversity Action Grant (DAG)—Apply by Nov 1

    This Program is open to any ASME Student Section interested in promoting diversity and inclusion within its own section, ASME membership, or the overall engineering community. Awards range from $500 to $3,000 per Student Section.

    September 16, 2016

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  • Competitions

    ASME International Undergraduate Research and Design Expo, NSF Student Competitions Abstracts due Sept 12.

    Students are invited to present posters of their research and design projects in two competitions—the NSF Student Competition and the ASME International Undergraduate Research and Design Expo. Poster sessions will be held at IMECE 2016, Phoenix, AZ in November.

    August 22, 2016

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  • Article

    Robots Reach for Goals

    Caltech’s engineering design laboratory class recently won a robotic soccer tournament, and learned a lot about teamwork along the way.

    August 01, 2016

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  • ME Today

    ME Today: A New Type of Engineer is Emerging – Meet the Digital Engineer

    According to educators, MEs in high demand today will be required to function comfortably in the virtual world and be able to design products and systems from real-time image-based representations.

    August 22, 2016

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  • FutureME

    Become a Mini-Talks Presenter

    Become a Mini-Talk presenter at the 2016 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, Nov. 14, Phoenix, Ariz. Share your career development and engineering expertise with students and early career engineers.

    July 25, 2016

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  • Poll

    Help Decide on a Topic for the Next Arthur L. Williston Award

    The Arthur L. Williston Medal is presented for the best paper submitted in the annual competition on a subject chosen to challenge the engineering abilities of engineering students in conformance with the annual contest guidelines.

    July 25, 2016

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  • Career Center

    Career Center: What to Expect from Summer Job Growth

    Employment figures reported for April 2016 remained positive, but shy of the lofty gains made in recent months. How might this impact your hunt heading into summer, as the job market heats up commensurate with the temperature?

    July 18, 2016

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  • Article

    Giving a Robot a Hand

    A new robot developed at Purdue University promises to let the user have more input into design and parts, while allowing for hand-controlled movement.

    July 05, 2016

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  • Video

    Me Today: Follow Your Passion

    Walmy Cuello Jimenez, PE, Sr. Technical Professional at Halliburton grew up in a small town in Colombia, where roughly 25 people graduated from high school per year and only 30% went on to college. Walmy had to embrace many challenges to get to where he is today.

    August 08, 2016

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  • Article

    3 Books All Mechanical Engineers Must Read

    Here are three titles recommended for every mechanical engineer’s bookshelf—books that convey key lessons and principles.

    June 27, 2016

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  • Training

    Live from New York Training Events!

    Learn from the pros who write the codes -- with Pressure Vessels, Piping and Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing training events presented by ASME Training & Development, the leader in workforce learning solutions for engineers and technical professionals.

    July 11, 2016

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  • Mentoring

    Introducing the NEW and IMPROVED ASME Mentoring Program

    Whether you want to gain insight and advice from an experienced engineering professional or you are a more experienced engineer seeking an opportunity to give back, the ASME Mentoring Program might be for you.

    September 06, 2016

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  • Award

    Nominate someone for the Ben Sparks Medal - Deadline-Sept. 1

    The Ben C. Sparks Medal, recognizes eminent service to mechanical engineering or engineering technology education through outstanding contributions that bring innovative experiences to undergraduate students.

    July 11, 2016

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  • Journal

    Journal of Biomechanical Engineering: Annual Education Issue

    This inaugural Annual Education Issue of the Journal of Biomechanical Engineering has been created to highlight innovative teaching practices in bioengineering and to help foster excellence in biomechanics education.

    June 27, 2016

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  • Article

    Accessible Robotics Swarm

    The Georgia Tech Robotarium offers researchers and students anywhere in the world access to a swarm of 20 robots. Its founder sees the Robotarium as a way to democratize access to robotics research.

    July 11, 2016

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  • Foundation

    August 1 Deadline Approaching - Future Engineers: The Think Outside the Box Challenge

    To celebrate the launches of BEAM, the first expandable habitat to the International Space Station and AMF, the first commercial 3D printer in space, we challenge K-12 students to think outside the box with 3D printing.

    May 02, 2016

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  • Career Center

    Career Center: Employees: How to Push Back Without Putting Yourself at Risk

    In some organizations, management expects employees to simply follow orders, making it uncomfortable, and sometimes costly, to disagree. However, complying with requests you don't agree with can result in a number of consequences.

    June 27, 2016

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