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Student Night 2015 @ the University of RochesterThe annual ASME student night will be held at the UofR this year on Friday, February 13th, in the Meliora Ballroom on their campus. Any interested students or professionals are invited to join, and membership in ASME is not required.There will be a social hour starting at 5:30 including an open bar, followed by dinner, and then a technical presentation and Q&A session from Dr. Doug Kelley on optical particle tracking and it's applications. The cost is $10 for the event, or $35 for those taking advantage of the optional PDH credit.More information and registration is available here, and we hope to see you at Student Night on February 13th.
Posted Jan 26, 2015, 7:54 PM by RIT ASME
Student Night 2014It's that exciting time of year when we have the annual student night with our fellow engineering students from the University of Rochester! This is a great event to network with other young engineers and meet professionals who have been working for various companies in the Rochester area.RIT's Dr. Cormier will be giving a talk on additive manufacturing and 3D printing. This is a very exciting field that has been rapidly evolving in recent years. 3D printed components have started appearing in airplanes, automobiles, and even the human body.More information on the event and the registration link can be found here.
Posted Feb 4, 2014, 9:50 AM by Chris Williams
Happy Holidays!!!Happy Holidays!! I hope everyone had a great New Year!!As most of you know, Spring is a very busy time for us and this year is going to be one of the busier ones. In addition to the normal Imagine RIT festivities and competition, we will be competing in the SPDC design competition this year. This project will be a lot of fun, especially for those of you who like robotics. I have attached a PDF that details the competition and a link to sign up for the project. Because of know early this is and how busy we will be in the Spring, it would be very beneficial if those of you who are interested can take a ...
Posted Jan 2, 2014, 9:45 AM by RIT ASME
Guest Speaker - Nathaniel CoxTomorrow night at 6PM there will be a guest speaker talking about what lead him down the path to get his PhD. This will be a very interesting talk for those of you thinking about getting your MS after graduation or those of you in/thinking about join the dual degree program. It will be tomorrow night at 6 in room 2120 of Institute Hall.Happy (early) Halloween!
Posted Oct 30, 2013, 1:27 PM by Chris Williams