Scholarships Available!!

Good news everybody! Scholarships are available through AfterCollege. AfterCollege and employers they work with, like the NSA, provide quarterly scholarships to support current students who demonstrate professionalism and a passion for their future career.

The next deadline for American Society of Mechanical Engineers students to apply for AfterCollege scholarships is September 30th. Interested students can follow the attached link to apply.

ASME Fall 2016 – First Meeting!

ASME at VCU will be having the first general body meeting Today, Thursday, September 8th at 6pm in the West Engineering Building, Room 103.

Welcome to the Fall 2016 Semester!

ASME at VCU will be having the first general meeting Today, Thursday, September 8th at 6pm in the West Engineering Building, Room 103. Our Guest Speaker will be Tony Marotto from the Central VA Local ASME Chapter. He will give an overview of what ASME is. We will also be collecting dues, selling Awesome ASME T-Shirts, and eating pizza! Additionally, we will tell you what events we are lining up for the year.

For those of you who want to attend, please RSVP to In the subject line, please put ASME MEETING 9/8. I will be using these RSVPs to ensure we have enough pizza, so please let me know BEFORE 3:00PM Today.

Please plan to pay your $15 dues at the meeting. The t-shirts we plan to sell for $15 each. However, we plan to have a Paid Up Early Deal: 1 t-shirt and your dues for $25, a $5 savings! This offer will ONLY be available to members who pay dues at ASME Student Meetings before the end of Oct, 2016.

I look forward to seeing you all Thursday afternoon!

Last General Meeting

Last General Meeting of Spring 2016!

Thursday April 28, 2016 – West 103

Well will have a guest lecturer, be joined by local members of ANS and VSU students, announce new officers, and be handing out your t-shirts!

Secretary Sierra Semel sporting the long awaited ASME@VCU shirt



General Meeting

ASME@VCU’s penultimate general meeting for the semester was yesterday, April 14. We had the pleasure of hearing Dr. Yeo speak about his work in bio-interfaced engineering.


Dr. Yeo’s research group creates devices that are compatible with the mechanics of the human form – curvilinear, stretchy.


Dr. Yeo also answered the scavenger hunt question, “where can you find thousands of dollars in gold hidden on VCU’s campus?”


Thank you, Dr. Yeo!


Be sure to attend our next and final meeting of the semester!

Thursday, April 29 at 7:00pm in West 103

2 Speakers

Networking with local industry professionals

New ASME@VCU Officers Announced


Your T-shirt!


“President David Keegan, how do you feel about graduating?”



Dr. Charles Cartin was named Student Organization Advisor of the Year. We are so appreciative of Dr. Cartin’s tireless work in the MNE Department and as Advisor to ASME@VCU.

Congratulations, Dr. Cartin!


glide in his stride


Mathematical Engineers! With Dr. Cartin’s note

On myORGS@VCU, the online resource to VCU’s 30,000+ students and their organizations, there are 653 organizations listed. Dr. Cartin was the only advisor to receive the distinction of Advisor of the Year.


Members and Officers of ASME@VCU

Thank you to the Members and Officers that were able to attend the Student Organization Awards. We would also like to thank the Student Leadership and Involvement Center and University Student Commons and Activities, a Division of Student Affairs.