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ASME Seminario de

Liderazgo Estudiantil
ASME:
Comprender las piezas
Marian Heller
Senior Program Manager, Knowledge &
Community
HellerM@asme.org

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Resumen
• ASME Estructura
• Los Cinco Sectores
• Códigos y Certificación
• Oportunidades de ASME después
de la graduación
– Liderazgo
– Desarrollo Profesional
– Redes
• Los Resultados
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ASME Organization – FY11

Robert T. Simmons Victoria A. Rockwell


Thomas Loughlin Bill Cousins
President President-Elect
Executive Director Chair
Board of Governors Sector Management
VOLT Academy
Committee

Mike Weis Michael Michaud


Roy Arbeit Laurel Raso John Delli Venneri June Ling Phil Hamilton
Deputy Executive Director International Office
Marketing & Sales Human Resources Legal Associate Executive Director Associate Executive Director
Operations & Tech Unit
Standards and Certification Strategy & Outreach
Support

Institutes
Dilip Ballal, SVP Warren Leonard Standards & Phil DiVietro
Marketing
Michael Ireland Governance Certification Strategic Management Finance & Publishing and Unit
Bernie Hrubala, SVP Stacey Swisher Accounting Support
June Ling Harnetty, SVP
Phil Hamilton
Member
Development International Gas Codes & Standards Information
Turbine Institute Technical - Government Relations Technology
Knowledge & Community
- Breakthrough Innovation Thomas Libertiny, SVP
- Entrepreneurship Burt Dicht
Portfolio - Environmental Scans
Management
International Conformity
Petroleum Centers Contracts
Assessment
Technology Inst. Clark McCarrell, SVP - Global Communities
David Soukup - Technical
Customer Sales & Communities
Service - Affinity Communities
- Programs & Activities
Operations - Center for Education Operations &
- Financial Operations
- Center for Career and Facilities
Executive Leadership Professional Advancement.
Market Research & - Center for Public Awareness Events
Team (Staff)
Data Analysis - Center for Leadership & Management
Training & Diversity
Development
Sector
(Volunteer/Staff) ASME Foundation
Matt Schatzle Publishing

Technology &
Personnel
Staff Department Certification
Public Information
Michael Cowan

Legend

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Los Cincos Sectores

Centros Códigos

y
Conocimiento
Estándares
&

Comunidad

Dirección
Institutos Estratégica

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Dirección Estratégica
• Identificación,
captura y
transferencia de
conocimientos
• Apoyo de
estrategias de
ASME para la
innovación
técnica y la
promoción de
políticas públicas
Engineering for the
Mitigating the Consequences Developing World Summit
of Complex Systems Failure
Workshop

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Alcance Extendido y Ayuda
Publica
ASME: una voz para los ingenieros.

• ASME suministra a los gobiernos estatales y federal con


información y consejo técnico escencial
• ASME identifica asuntos emergentes y de largo alcance que
podrían afectar a ASME y a sus miembros.
• ASME identifica contribuciones importantes a la profesión de la
ingeniería mecánica y a la sociedad y trabaja para preservar su
legado dentro del público en general
• ASME publica artículos estableciendo una posición, desarrolla
agendas de política pública y se involucra en investigación y
desarrollo
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Centros – Misión Enfocado
• Enseñanza de la
Ingeniería
• Desarrollo de
Liderazgo
• Diversidad e Inclusión
• Desarrollo Profesional
• Práctica Profesional
• Ética Profesional
• Conciencia Pública
Human Powered Vehicle
Challenge

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Institutos
Dinámico unidades,
centrado en el mercado
de negocio que ofrece
una cartera diversificada
de productos y servicios

Human Powered Vehicle


Challenge

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Conocimiento y Comunidad (K&C)
• Satisfacer las necesidades
de los miembros y clientes
a través de la participación
comunitaria y programas
de calidad
• 32 Divisiones Técnicas
• Comunidades Mundial
– 221 Secciones
– 591 Secciones Estudiantiles
• 9 Comunidades de
Afinidad
Human Powered Vehicle
Challenge

ASME on iTunes
Nano Series

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Los Distritos
District C

District H
Europe District B

District A
District D
American Pacific
District F
“A”

District G
Asia and
Pacific
District E

District J District I
Middle East Latin America and Caribbean
and Africa

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Divisiones Técnicas
• 32 Technical Divisions provide
support for Technical
Committees, which:
– Manage 15 to 20 technical
conferences per year
– Sponsor 23 technical journals
• 7 Technical Groups provide
coordination and sponsor
interaction among Divisions
• among the Divisions
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Códigos & Estándares
Preeminente, universalmente
los códigos, estándares
programas de evaluación de
la conformidad, y los ASME Boiler
and Pressure
productos y servicios
Vessel Code
relacionados para el (BPVC)
beneficio de la humanidad. Nuclear –
Sections III,
Estándares de XI
Energía
• Energía Fósil
Human Powered Vehicle
• Energía Nuclear
• Alternativa y Challenge
Energía
Renovable
• Eficiencia
Energética
• Medio Ambiente

ASME on iTunes
Nano Series

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Por qué hay Códigos & Estándares?

• Uniformity
• Safety
• Efficiency
• Commerce and Trade
ASME Estándares
• ASME produces ~ 500 codes and
standards
• Nuclear
• Standardization and Testing
(Performance test codes)
• Safety
• Pressure Technology

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How We Work
1. Project Concept An individual or group develops a
concept and contemplates the development of a standard.
2. Investigation
– Determine need and energy level for standard
– Other organizations doing similar work
3. Form Committee
Interests represented by participants
– Users
– Manufacturers
– Insurance / Regulatory
Almost all participants work in industry.
Participants need not be ASME members.
ASME – Working Together and Focused on
Resultados
Valor para miembros y
Códigos clientes
Y
Centros Estándares
Códigos Public
y Awareness
Estándares Programs
Cursos de
Actividades de desarollo
ingenierias Talleres y profesional
Conocimiento Dirección
jovenes tutoriales
Estratégica
y PRODUCTOS, SERVICIOCS &
ACTIVIDADES
Comunidad
Programas
para Conferencias
estudiantiles técnicas

Institutos Valor para miembros y


clientes
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Oportunidades de ASME
después de la graduación

– Liderazgo
– Desarrollo
Profesional
– Redes

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Liderazgo
• Early Career Leadership Intern Program to
Serve Engineers (ECLIPSE)
• Senior Section
• District Operating Board
• VOLT Academy Leadership Opportunities
• Advise/support ASME Student Sections’ and
SDOBs’ activities
• ASME Committees in the Sectors
– Knowledge & Community
– Centers
– Strategic Management
– Institutes
– Codes & Standards Committees

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Desarrollo Profesional
• Early Career Forums (ECFs)
• Professional Practice Curriculum
(PPC)
• Old Guard Early Career Engineer
Essay
• Old Guard Early Career Award
• ME Today Newsletter
• International Outreach Affinity
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Group
Redes
• Technical Connections
– Divisions and Groups
– Institutes
• Member Connections
– Districts & Sections
– Affinity Communities
– Old Guard (supports ECEs)
• Linked In & Facebook
• Engineering for Change

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Redes – Comunidades de Afinidad
Mission
Increase opportunities for members with
common technical or professional interests to
meet, acquire knowledge and network by
leveraging online communication tools

• Graduate Students Affinity Group, Eder


Toscano toscano_salazare2@asme.org /
Andres Rondon rondona2@asme.org
• International Outreach Affinity Group,
Eduardo Barrientos barrientose2@asme.org
• Graduate Students Affinity Group
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Los Resultados
Significant Impact on:
• Our Members
• Our Customers
• The Profession
and
• Society and the Public

Why are we so successful?

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Focus: 3 Key Strategies
ENERGY
ASME will serve as an essential energy technology resource
and leading advocate for balanced energy policies.
GLOBAL IMPACT
ASME will deliver locally relevant engineering resources to
advance public safety and quality of life throughout the
world.
ENGINEERING WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
ASME will foster a broader, competent, vibrant and more
diverse engineering workforce with improved retention in
both the profession and ASME over all career stages.

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It’s About Our Diversity of People
It's really about you and the 10,000+ volunteers
and contributors:
• Our Diverse People - Volunteers and Staff, Students
and Practitioners
• Our Diverse Talent Pool – Differing Skills, Abilities
and Expertise
• Our Geographic Diversity - Members in 140+
countries
• Our Professional Diversity - Members from
Industry, Academia and Government
• Our Diverse Ideas - New Ideas and Innovation
. . . And our ability to leverage that diversity of
strengths and work together toward common
objectives . . . COLLABORATION
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Getting To The Next Level
So how can we maintain this
success and even improve as
an organization?

You are a part of that.

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Getting to the Next Level
• Talk to your ASME colleagues and learn about
what they are doing and tell them what you are
doing – They are willing to share and to listen!

• Get engaged with other students in District I –


invite them to CONEMEIRA and other events, and
attend other ASME events in District I

• Explore opportunities to leverage our diversity by


collaborating with other units both within Peru
sector and throughout District I

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Getting to the Next Level

Contribute to ASME’s Strategic Priorities:


• Energy
• Global Impact
• Workforce Development

• Ask what your Student Section do


• Plan Your Programs Around Where Can You Have
the Most Significant Impact

• Join Engineering for Change and contribute

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WE ARE UNITED IN MISSION AND NO
MATTER WHERE WE ARE FROM . . . a section,
a code committee, a student section, an
institute, a Center’s committee, a technical
division, an affinity group, a Strategic
Management committee, volunteer, staff,
student or practitioner . . .

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WE ARE ALL ASME!

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