What is the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)?
ASME is an international professional organization that is designed for engineers. ASME has been broadened to not only mechanical engineers but all aspects of engineering internationally. The student section here at Colorado State University offers many benefits to students: We bring speakers to the college, we have competitive regional and national design competitions, and we offer a quiet studying location in the ASME Lounge. We also participate in fundraising activities such as the Coffee Cart, sell engineering T-shirts, and thermodynamic lab manuals. One of the greatest things that ASME student section offers is the opportunity to get involved with extracurricular activities where we can broaden ourselves as individuals. Along the way we meet professors, leaders in the business, and friends that will help us become professionals.
Where Can You Find Us?
The ASME lounge is located in ENGR A5 at the foot of ENGR 100. (The west-most part of the basement)
CSU’s ASME chapter brings mechanical engineering students together in a professional community to promote engineering discipline and ensure success through extracurricular activities. We provide students with exposure to professionalism through fun activities, industry tours, and PLI sessions. The key word here is fun! Professionalism is often put into a very rigorous setting whereas here we can embrace a less formal environment. Engineering is fun and that’s why we all do it!
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