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Celebrating Diverse Holidays
As we continue to support diversity, equity, and inclusion, it is important to highlight the wide range of holidays observed throughout the year.
ASME Author Wins NASA Ames Honor Award
Dr. Evan Kawamura receives 2023 Ames Honor Award of ‘Best First Paper’, published in ASME's Journal of Autonomous Vehicles and Systems.
Exciting Opportunity with the ASME Board of Governors!
We are pleased to announce an open position on the ASME Board of Governors.
SLW: Coming to a City Near You
Starting this month, ASME will hold eight Student Leader Weekends.
New Unconventional Engineering Episode
Tom Costabile’s podcast featuring interesting and unique stories
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