Since its founding in 1880 the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) strives to be the premier worldwide organization for promoting the art, science, and practice of mechanical engineering. Today ASME is comprised of over 125,000 members from around the globe, making up over 400 sections and student sections including Iowa State University’s. The society serves engineering professionals, students, and educators alike.
The Iowa State University section of ASME is completely student run. It provides student members with the opportunities to grow beyond the classroom. The section has many activities throughout the academic year that are geared towards extended learning. These include industry sponsored meetings, professional discussions, and design competitions.
Company representatives frequently participate in our regularly scheduled events to meet ASME members, and learn more about member’s participation in design competitions, student professional development conferences and community outreach.
This organization has no affiliations.
Constitution / Tier
||It is not required, but we encourage our members to register with ASME International at:
||Elections are held at the End of each spring semester
||Every week in Black Engineering, room 1028 from 6pm-7pm
Description of Regular Meetings/Activities
|Typical group meetings include a presenter from a company of interest, these companies speak on a range of topics including details about their company, engineering skills, and career development. Often times these companies push to network with young engineers after meetings.
Cabinet meetings are typically held before general meetings from 5pm-6pm. These are open to members interested in becoming more involved with the club.
Description of Special Events
|Depending on Event, email officer's for clarification