SDSU - ASME Student Section Website
The ASME at SDSU provides mechanical engineering students on opportunity to enhance their education by expanding their knowledge of the engineering world beyond the textbook and laboratory. We do this by keeping students informed of new developments and current events during our weekly meetings and publications. We also have guest speakers from local and national companies visit with us during these meetings and present current projects or provide some counseling to students in various areas such as job searching, resumes, and career planning. Tours of local industries are also arranged to see the theory learned in class used in the real world. National events such as design and paper competitions, the Human Powered Vehicle, Formula Racer, and the Solar Car races are sponsored and strongly supported by our organization. We also promote fellowship and interaction with other student sections and professional societies by hosting a number of social events during the school year. Our meetings are held every Tuesday at 11:00am in Room E-328 in the Engineering building at SDSU.
University of California at San Diego
UCSD-ASME Student Section
ASME UCSD is committed to developing its members into the next generation of engineering leaders. Each academic quarter consists of events that promote soft and hard skills. Tours of industry and professional workshops further the students understanding of what the future holds after graduation. Students pursuing graduate study will have access to presentations on graduate admissions as well as advice from a graduate student panel. Outreach events with secondary schools provide students with the opportunity to reach out to the community and inspire the next wave of engineers. Finally, social events present our members the chance to relax and network in a casual environment with their peers and industry professionals. Today’s engineering is not a solo effort. Working in teams is essential to accomplish a project. We have three competition teams that develop this skill: Human Powered Submarine, Robotix, and Human Powered Vehicle. If you are interested in joining a team or participating in an event, please come to our general body meetings every other Monday (odd weeks of the quarter) at in EBU2 Room 479.
2011-12 UCSD ASME Student Section Chair Kevin Liao
UCSD ASME Faculty Advisor Prof. Vlado Lubarda