Welcome To Clemson ASME

The Clemson University Chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers is a student run professional development organization. Our goal is to help students gain perspective on ME-related careers, build a network of industry contacts and gain hands-on experience to enhance and apply their education.

Each semester we have guest speakers from companies  that regularly hire mechanical engineers.  Previous guest speakers include BMW, GE, Sealed Air Corporation, Southland Industries, Honeywell, and many more.

The Greenville ASME section has bi-weekly dinner meetings that provide our student members with excellent networking and further learning opportunities.

Keep an eye out for our #93 Nissan 240SX! Our members work on and race the car in different events, such as the 24 Hours of ASME Motorsports and autocrosses. One of the team's most recent accomplishments includes improving their best lap time ever at the 2014 Southern Discomfort.

Up Coming Events

  • Kubota: Rescheduled (TBD)
    Due to inclement weather, Kubota's visit this Tuesday (2/24) has been cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later time. 

    Kubota, a Japanese tractor and heavy equipment manufacturer, will be visiting Clemson ASME. Pizza will be provided! They are looking to hire engineering interns for their summer program so please come if you are interested.
    Please check out Kubota's website for more information, found here.
    More information on Kubota's KMA location can be found here.

    Kubota Manufacturing of America (KMA) was formed in 1988 as Kubota’s North American manufacturing base. KMA manufactures and assembles Kubota lawn tractors, zero-turn mowers, sub-compact tractors, utility vehicles, loaders, backhoes and other implements. The company employs 1200 workers. Two master buildings offer 616,000 square feet of manufacturing space. Today, approximately one-half of all Kubota branded equipment sold in the United States is manufactured or assembled at its 151-acre Gainesville, Georgia facility.

    We hope to see everyone there!
    Posted Feb 23, 2015, 11:49 AM by ASME Clemson
  • CSI Combustion Services Inc: 2/17
    Combustion Services will be visiting Clemson ASME next Tuesday, 2/17 at 7 PM in Fluor Daniel room 132 with free Papa John's Pizza. They are looking to hire full time workers, so be sure to bring your resume if interested. A description of the company and of the ideal candidates for this position are listed below. Feel free to also check out their website found here.

    "A good candidate for our position would be a good, practical, engineer, with good people skills.  The job would require heat load calculations for industrial applications.  We need someone who could take the job from initial sales lead, to initial rough design and quoting.  Once an order is received, final engineering, component selection, manufacturing and/or installation and start-up supervision, would all come under the duties required of this engineer."
    Combustion Services was founded by Kenny Ballew, in 2003, after many years of field service on boilers, burners and controls.These years of experience in the industry have served Kenny well as he has grown the business to include: burner service, burner system design and sales, boiler sales and service, and parts sales.
    Posted Feb 16, 2015, 1:08 PM by ASME Clemson
  • Bosch: 2/10
    Next Tuesday, Clemson ASME will be welcoming Bosch, an easily recognized Germany based appliance manufacturer. The meeting will take place next Tuesday (2/10) at 7 PM in Fluor Daniel 132 and free pizza will be provided!

    Bosch home appliances is part of BSH, Bosch and Siemens Home Appliance Group, based in Munich, Germany. As part of the third largest appliance manufacturer in the world, Bosch has been selling high performance German-engineered major home appliances and cooking appliances in the United States since 1991. Known nationwide for raising the standards in appliance quietnessefficiency and integrated design, Bosch frequently receives top ratings in leading consumer publications and is the winner the 2011, 2012 and 2013 Energy Star® Sustained Excellence Award. With US headquarters in Irvine, CA, the company operates an appliance park in New Bern, North Carolina comprised of state-of-the-art factories for dishwashers, ranges, ovens and cooktops.

    We hope to see you then!
    Posted Feb 4, 2015, 10:24 AM by ASME Clemson
  • RMF Engineering: 1/27
    We have RMF Engineering coming at our usual time and place, next Tuesday (1/27) at 7 PM. in Fluor Daniel (EIB) 132. Dinner will also be provided as usual; this week we be having pizza!

    RMF engineering is a full-service engineering firm that serves clients around the world. Their mission is to cultivate client relationships through a team-oriented and progressive culture. To learn more about this company, please take a look at their website found here.

    RMF is an elite team of full service engineers adept in applying superior planning, design, engineering, and commissioning services to solve challenges for clients nationwide. Our prompt responsiveness, industry-leading tech savvy, and specialized project teams make up the RMF difference.

    See you at our next meeting!
    Posted Jan 25, 2015, 11:22 PM by ASME Clemson
  • SCE&G (1/21)
    ASME and ASHRAE will be having a joint meeting on Wednesday (1/21) at 5 PM, in Fluor Daniel 132 where we we be serving free Moe's. We are also strongly looking forward to welcoming SCE&G. Our guest speaker will be Mr. Danny Kassis who is the Vice President of Customer Relations and Renewables who has worked with the company for over 28 years and is even an alumni of Clemson University.
    South Carolina Electric & Gas produces energy mostly through natural gas, nuclear, and coal, with some additional renewable and hydroelectric energy generation. To find out more about this company, check out the SCE&G website.


    SCE&G is a SCANA company. Our employees are dedicated to providing you reliable electric and natural gas services each and every day. You can count on us to deliver energy to you in the safest, most reliable way possible. You’ve told us that having dependable service is important and we’re working to meet those needs today and into the future.

    SCE&G serves approximately 313,000 natural gas customers in South Carolina. We also generate, transmit, distribute and sell electricity to approximately 665,000 retail and wholesale customers throughout the state. 
    Posted Jan 19, 2015, 1:01 PM by ASME Clemson
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