125th Anniversary, ASME! Events
for 2005 were launched around the world starting with Founder's
Day and EWeek
celebrations. Enjoy the heritage of mechanical engineering
and become part of the future through activities planned all
new? "Profound Influences in Our Lives" introduces
five special landmarks for
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Senate and House Pass Resolution on ASME's 125th Anniversary!
The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have passed, by unanimous
consent, S.Con.Res.13, a concurrent resolution "congratulating
ASME on their 125th anniversary, celebrating the achievements of ASME
members, and expressing the gratitude of the American people for ASME's
here to read entire resolution.
Book series features events in mechanical engineering and
ASME during the past 125 years artist Ron Spellman's look into
the life of Bonnie Dunbar, an astronaut with a doctorate in mechanical/biomedical
engineering, in "No Limit!"
articles in ME
Magazine highlight the growth of the profession in light
of technological advancements through twelve decades. July's focus
is the military industry after World War II: "Plowshares
to Swords and Back."
Ingels is "Ahead of Her Time" in this month's
comic on her contributions to air conditioning.
Kaiser comic (about the building of US Liberty ships), and
the celebration of Linotype printing
at the International Printing Museum Mechanics Hall, Carson,
Calif., in the third of five special landmarks for 2005 of profound
and Dealing" article in Mechanical Engineering
Morgan comic (mine safety), and the celebration of Heritage
Day, including the performance of the Romanian Orchestra
of Engineers at Stevens Institute!