American Society of Mechanical Engineers, IPFW Chapter

What is ASME ?

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), is a student chapter founded for mechanical engineering majors.
We are a networking opportunity for students to meet with other students, faculty, and industrypersonnel.
We help to provide insight to how problems are solved in real life engineering applications.We help to expand students’ understanding of Engineering
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Why joining ASME

Leadership activitiesResearch opportunitiesNational competitionsDevelopment events
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Wanting to join already ?

Please click on the link below to send us your email and resume so we can consider you to be the next member.


Manufacturing: The Future
Spring 2018

ASME Meeting & Election
Guest Speaker: Co-op Office
Spring 2018

ASME Event - New Programs
Guest Speakers: Dr. Younis, Dr. Mueller, Dr. Hosni, Dr. Kang
Fall 2017

ASME Meeting
Guest Speaker: Aaron Wagoner
Fall 2017

Indiana Automotive Council
Case Competition 2017
First Place
Fall 2017

ABET Accreditation Event
Fall 2017

CME (Civil and Mechanical Engineering) Forum
Speaker: Dr. younis
Fall 2017

"Is Solar Electric for you?" Event Speaker: Dr. Mueller
Fall 2017

ASCE & ASME Kickoff Meeting Fall 2017

Industry Advisory Board
Spring 2017

Annual Conference
Spring 2016

Annual Conference

Reverse Career Fair
Fall 2016

ASME Member Meeting
Fall 2016

Purpose of the ASME

Promote the art, science and practice of mechanical andmultidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences to diverse communities throughout the world
Encourage original researchFoster engineering educationAdvance the standards of engineeringPromote the exchange of information among engineersand others
Broaden the usefulness of the engineering profession in cooperation with other engineering and technical societies Promote a high level of ethical practice.