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Local Sections and Student Chapters

Professional Sections

Central Savannah River Area

  Contact: Tom Nance, thomas.nance@srnl.doe.gov

 

Kansas City

  Contact: Phil Abel, pabel@kc.rr.com

   

Washington DC Area

  Contact: Andrew Lue, all@gwu.edu 

 

 Brazil Section

  Contact: Fernando Deschamps at     

  fernando.deschamps@asembrazil.org

  Website: http://www.asembrazil.org 

  or http://www.asembrasil.org

 

China Section

  Contact: Professor Ren Hong, renhong@cqu.edu.cn

European Section

  Contact: Willy Van Overschée, willy.van.overschee@telenet.be

Pakistan Section

  Contact: Azam Ishaque   azamishaque@yahoo.com  

  Website: http://www.asempakistan.org/ 

If interested in starting a local section in your area, please refer to the Local Section Handbook , and contact ASEM HQ if you have any further questions.


A Student Chapter is Important for EM Students

The Society offers student members the opportunity to work through student chapters to develop organizational skills that will benefit themselves, their chapter, school, and future employers.

Some outstanding benefits of membership in an ASEM student chapter are:

  • ASEM student membership fee of $30, significantly less than a full regular membership of $135.
  • Electronic access to the Engineering Management Journal (EMJ), the top tier journal in the field; the A Guide to the Engineering Management Body of Knowledge (EMBoK); and the Engineering Management Handbook.
  • Contact and networking with professors and industry professionals in the field of engineering management.
  • The opportunity to participate in the annual ASEM International Annual Conference (IAC). Students can attend technical sessions, present technical papers, access industrial tours, and network with other attendees. It also presents an opportunity to compete with other student chapters through the Student Case Study Competition.
  • The opportunity to gain experience by leading and directing others both as a chapter officer or a committee chair, making use of the professional skills of engineering management.

There are two minimum requirements that must be met before considering organizing a new ASEM student chapter.

    1. A reliable source of student members in the corresponding academic department.
    2. Faculty members who are willing to serve as chapter faculty advisors.

If your school is interested in starting a Student Section, please refer to the Student Section handbook , and contact ASEM HQ if you have any further questions. 

Current ASEM Student Chapters 


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