Come to the the last ASME monthly meeting of 2016 for pizza, pop, and a great speaker, Ben Brooks!
Ben Brooks is the VP of Research and Development at Wasatch Microfluidics and a Research Assistant Professor at NDSU. He will be talking about Microfluidics for the Delivery of Pharmaceutical Drugs.
We will also have a new impromptu design challenge (with prizes!) and information on the ASME Design Challenge.
WHEN: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17TH, 6:30 PM
WHERE: A GLENN HILL CENTER (STEM BUILDING) ROOM 122
ASME will be having a meeting Thursday, October 13th at 6:30pm in the Construction Management Engineering auditorium! Alumni from Appareo Systems will be presenting. Also this year’s Student Professional Design Conference (SPDC) will be discussed. The executive board is looking for a treasurer so make sure to show up if you are interested. There will also be an impromptu design challenge. Free pizza and pop will be provided as always! All majors are welcome. See you there!
ASME will have its first meeting of the 2016-2017 school year Thursday, September 22nd at 6:30pm in the Construction Management Engineering auditorium! Come and see what this year has in store. The new officers will be introduced and a treasurer slot is open for election. There will also be an impromptu engineering competition. Free pizza and pop will be provided! All majors are welcome. See you there!
Our April meeting will be taking place April 7th 6:30 PM in the CME auditorium.This meeting will include “rat trap races” in which contestants build a car powered by a rat trap. Cash prizes will be awarded! All Majors welcome. Free pizza.
Rat traps are $5 and must be purchased through ASME. Please contact Dominic Jones (email@example.com) or Ryan Wangsnes (firstname.lastname@example.org) for purchasing and further questions.
Congrats to all the teams that took place in our impromptu design competition!
Contestants were instructed to build a glider using a minimum of seven different items selected from a hodgepodge of craft goodies in the ASME locker. Gliders were dropped from the second floor of the STEM building, and judged solely on hang time. Team “Thundarcats” gave an awe-inspiring performance placing second with a hang time of 3.58 seconds. The Thundarcat’s effort was not enough to defeat Team “one” which managed to stay aloft for a remarkable 4.83 seconds.
Happy 2016 and welcome back to NDSU for the spring semester! Our January meeting will be taking place the 28th at 6:30 PM in CME auditorium. A representative from Integrity Windows and Doors will be our guest speaker disguising their company and possible employment opportunities! As always all majors are welcome and free pizza for all!
Come join us in the Construction Management Auditorium November 19th at 6:30 PM. We will have a guest speaker Matthew Braun from a local business Fargo Automation present on his industry experience. All majors are welcome, and there will be free pizza!
Our October meeting will be Thursday, October 22nd at 6:30 PM in CME Auditorium.
This will be joint meeting with AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics). There will be a guest speaker, NDSU’s very own Dr. Jordi Estevadeordal. He will be speaking on his industry experience and his research here at NDSU. There will also be a Halloween themed impromptu design competition following the presentation!
As always free food and drinks will be provided!
ASME will have the first 2015-2016 meeting on Thursday, September 17th at 6:30 PM in CME Auditorium. Come find out what ASME is all about and what the plans are for this year. We will be providing free food.
We want to see new, current, and previous members there! Don’t forget to sign up on Blackboard.