Annual Utah Section ASME Student-in-Industry Day 2013
We had a very successful event with 66 students job shadowing at 22 engineering companies. Participants enjoyed many great experiences and made valuable connections.
· Number of participating students: USU-22, SLCC-19, U of U-15, and BYU-10.
· Participating Companies: ATK Propulsion Systems, PacifiCorp Energy, Autoliv, Chromalox, Browning, Questar Gas, FLSmidth Products Groups, Cate Industrial, The Boeing Company, CAMPBELL SCIENTIFIC, INC., Collision Safety Engineering, IM Flash Technologies, Williams Northwest Pipeline, Heath Engineering Co., VMT Technologies, LLC, Merit Medical Systems, Inc., INFINIA, Juniper Systems, Inc., Wescor Inc., Mixtec North America, Wencor, US Synthetic, WesTech and Energy Solutions.
The evening banquet was also a success with 62 attendees. The banquet included an oral presentation competition.
· Braden Hancock (BYU) won the first place $250 prize.
· Anthony Chyr (U of U) and Ryan Hoskin (USU) were the runners-up and each won $125.
Crimson View Room, U of U Braden Hancock and Sean Tolman
Thank you to all who participated. Generous contribution of company time and resources made this event possible again this year. Our annual Student-in-Industry day is unique to ASME Utah. It makes us stand out from other ASME sections and you make it happen. This is what we do as engineers. We make things happen.
Until next year, very best regards,
ASME Utah Section Executive Committee
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Here’s a link to the YouTube video of her presentation.
MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE for 2013
Chair Sean Tolman firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice Chair Dan Donahoe email@example.com
Secretary Richard Jessee firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer Jason Eastman email@example.com
E.C. Peter Strazdins firstname.lastname@example.org
E.C. Ken Monson email@example.com
E.C. John Richardson firstname.lastname@example.org
E.C. Rex Burgon email@example.com
E.C. Peter Malen PMalen@WNLaw.com
Minutes from our Executive Committee meetings:
Utah Engineers Council (UEC)
The UEC is an umbrella organization of 15 different local chapters and sections of engineering societies.
The members of the council are the local sections and chapters. The Utah Section of ASME is a member of the UEC. The purpose of the UEC is to advance the art and science of engineering and to provide a forum for communication between the varying engineering societies.
You can find out more by visiting http://www.utahengineerscouncil.org/
You can also keep tabs on events occurring in the engineering community by visiting
Updated 27 March 2013