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  Student Membership Application  

Student Membership Application

 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS

 

Instructions: Complete all applicable fields and mail with payment to: ASME, 22 Law Drive, P.O. Box 2900, Fairfield, NJ 07007-2900, or fax to: 1-973-882-1717. Applications without payment will not be processed (excludes freshman first year free applicants). For assistance completing this application, please call 1-973-882-1167 or 1-800-THE-ASME, or email questions to customercare@asme.org.

 
 

You can also join online at: www.asme.org/membership

 

Membership Dues Choose one:

 

Regular Student Membership - $25 USD You will receive all member benefits including subscriptions to Mechanical Engineering magazine and ASME News

 

Freshman First Year Student Membership - FREE

 

Limited membership option available to students during their freshman first year in college only. Includes all membership benefits with the exception of Mechanical Engineering magazine and ASME News.

 

Please note: ASME student sections may charge an additional fee. Check with your faculty advisor for more information.

Last Name/Family Name

 

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F

 

First Name/Given Name

Initial

Gender

Birthdate MM / DD / YYYY (application must include exact birthdate with year to be processed)

 

Current Street Address On Campus Off Campus

(Attach separate sheet if you need more room for your address)

City

State/Province Country

 

Zip/Postal Code

Telephone Number (including area code)

 

Permanent Street Address (where you can be reached for the next 5 years)

 

City

State/Province Country

Zip/Postal Code

Telephone Number (including area code)

 

Send mail to: Current Address Permanent Address

 

E-Mail Address

I am a: 1st yr/Freshman 2nd yr/Sophomore 3rd yr/Junior 4th yr/Senior Graduate

I am currently seeking the following degree: (check one)

 

BA BE BS MA ME MS PhD ScD Other (Describe)

 

Name of University

Campus

Scheduled date of Graduation

/

(application must include approximate date of graduation to be processed)

 

MM

YY

Affinity Groups • Choose up to three:

  MM YY Affinity Groups • Choose up to three: 1. Entrepreneur’s Network 2. International Outreach

1. Entrepreneur’s Network

2. International Outreach

3. Women in Engineering

4. Early Career (Connect)

5. ECLIPSE (Interns)

6. Grad Students

7. Engineers Without Borders EWB - (USA)

8. Student Liaisons

9. Latino America Operacion y Mantenimiento

de Calderas (Boiler Group)

10. PreCollege Education

Technical Divisions • Choose one:

PreCollege Education Technical Divisions • Choose one: 27 Advanced Energy Systems 01 Aerospace 02

27

Advanced Energy Systems

01

Aerospace

02

Applied Mechanics

09

Bioengineering

31

Computers & Information in Engineering

14

Design Engineering

25

Dynamic Systems and Control

34

Electronic and Photonic Packaging

23

Environmental Engineering

36

Fluid Power Systems and Technologies

08

Fluids Engineering

11

Heat Transfer

38

Information Storage and Processing Systems

05

Internal Combustion Engine

22

International Gas Turbine Institute

03

Management

13

Manufacturing Engineering

10

Materials

29

Materials & Energy Recovery

04

Materials Handling Engineering

39

Microelectromechanical Systems

41

Nanotechnology Institute

33

NDE Engineering

32

Noise Control and Acoustics

17

Nuclear Engineering

35

Ocean, Offshore & Arctic Engineering

16

Petroleum

40

Pipeline Systems

21

Plant Engineering and Maintenance

19

Power

28

Pressure Vessels and Piping

12

Process Industries

18

Rail Transportation

07

Safety Engineering and Risk Analysis

30

Solar Energy

24

Technology and Society

15

Tribology

$

Please enter the dues amount you checked in the Member Dues section above. Residents of certain countries may be eligible for additional discounts. Please see reverse side for country listing. Membership dues include all applicable sales and use tax.

Credit Card Number

Exp. Date (MM/YY)

Cardholder Name

Cardholder Signature

Security Code (CSC/CVV2)

and use tax. Credit Card Number Exp. Date (MM/YY) Cardholder Name Cardholder Signature Security Code (CSC/CVV2)
and use tax. Credit Card Number Exp. Date (MM/YY) Cardholder Name Cardholder Signature Security Code (CSC/CVV2)
and use tax. Credit Card Number Exp. Date (MM/YY) Cardholder Name Cardholder Signature Security Code (CSC/CVV2)
CODE OF ETHICS OF ENGINEERS FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES & CANONS

CODE OF ETHICS OF ENGINEERS

FUNDAMENTAL

PRINCIPLES

&

CANONS

ASME COMMITTEE ON ETHICAL STANDARDS AND REVIEW

THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES

Engineers uphold and advance the integrity, honor and dignity of the engineering profession by:

I. using their knowledge and skill for the enhancement of human welfare;

II. being honest and impartial, and serving with fidelity the public, their employers and clients; and

III. striving to increase the competence and prestige of the engineering profession.

THE FUNDAMENTAL CANONS

1. Engineers shall hold paramount the safety, health and welfare of the public in the performance of their professional duties.

2. Engineers shall perform services only in the areas of their competence.

3. Engineers shall continue their professional development throughout their careers and shall provide opportunities for the professional and ethical development of those engineers under their supervision.

4. Engineers shall act in professional matters for each employer or client as faithful agents or trustees, and shall avoid conflicts of interest or the appearance of conflicts of interest.

5. Engineers shall build their professional reputation on the merit of their services and shall not compete unfairly with others.

6. Engineers shall associate only with reputable persons or organizations.

7. Engineers shall issue public statements only in an objective and truthful manner.

8. Engineers shall consider environmental impact in the performance of their professional duties.

9. Engineers shall not seek ethical sanction against another engineer unless there is good reason to do so under the relevant codes, policies and procedures governing that engineer’s ethical conduct.

10. Engineers who are members of the Society shall endeavor to abide by the Constitution, By-Laws and Policies of the Society, and they shall disclose knowledge of any matter involving another member’s alleged violation of this Code of Ethics or the Society’s Conflicts of Interest Policy in a prompt, complete and truthful manner to the chair of the Committee on Ethical Standards and Review.

COUNTRIES ELIGIBLE FOR 50% DUES DISCOUNT

COUNTRIES ELIGIBLE FOR 25% DUES DISCOUNT

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MALI

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MONGOLIA

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MOZAMBIQUE

CAMBODIA

MYANMAR

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

NEPAL

CHAD

NIGER

COMOROS

NIGERIA

CONGO, DEM. REP

PAKISTAN

COTE D'IVOIRE

RWANDA

DJIBOUTI

SENEGAL

ERITREA

SIERRA LEONE

ETHIOPIA

SOLOMON ISLANDS

GAMBIA

SOMALIA

GHANA

TAJIKISTAN

GUINEA

TANZANIA

GUINEA - BISSAU

TIMOR-LESTE

HAITI

TOGO

INDIA

UGANDA

KENYA

UZBEKISTAN

KOREA, DEM. REP.

VIETNAM

KYRGYZ REPUBLIC

YEMEN REPUBLIC

LAOS

ZAMBIA

LIBERIA

ZIMBABWE

ALBANIA ALGERIA ANGOLA ARMENIA AZERBIJAN BELARUS BELIZE BOLIVIA BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA BULGARIA CAMEROON CAPE VERDE COLOMBIA CONGO REP CROATIA ECUADOR EGYPT, ARAB REP. EL SALVADOR FIJI GEORGIA GUATEMALA

GUYANA HONDURAS INDONESIA IRAN IRAQ JAMAICA JORDAN KAZAKHSTAN KIRIBATI KOSOVO LAO PDR LESOTHO MALDIVES MARSHALL ISLANDS MICRONESIA, FED. STS. MOLDOVA MOROCCO NAMIBIA NICARAGUA PAPUA NEW GUINEA PARAGUAY

PEOPLES REP/CHINA PERU PHILIPPINES SAMOA SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE SERBIA SOUTH SUDAN SRI LANKA SUDAN SURINAME SWAZILAND SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC THAILAND TONGA TUNISIA TURKMENISTAN TUVALU UKRAINE VANUATU WEST BANK AND GAZA

ASME

22 Law Drive, P.O. Box 2900, Fairfield, NJ 07007-2900 Phone: 973-882-1167 (Global) 800-THE-ASME/800-843-2763 (U.S./Canada) Fax: 973-882-1717 Email: customercare@asme.org

6/2013