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Title: North American Pacific District: Student Professional Development Conference Competitions Events Awa


1
North American Pacific DistrictStudent
ProfessionalDevelopment ConferenceCompetitions
Events Awards
  • http//www.asme.org/Events/Contests/
  • http//districts.asme.org/DistrictD/D-StudentActiv
    ities.htm

2
Competitions, Events, Awards
  • Student Sections Competition (IR)
  • Tee-Shirt Competition
  • Student Design Contest
  • Old Guard Oral Competition
  • Old Guard Poster Competition
  • Old Guard Web Page Competition
  • Student-Kilometer Traveling-Trophy
  • Human-Powered Vehicle
  • Grad Student Tech Conference
  • Radio Controlled Baja Car Contest
  • Advisor of the Year
  • Student of the Year
  • Charles T. Main Award

3
Student Sections Competition
  • a.k.a. Ingersoll Rand
  • a.k.a. Allied Signal
  • a.k.a. Bendix Competition
  • Now a big-ASME Competition
  • Should we go local?

4
Student Sections Competition
  • Awards
  • 300, a permanent plaque, and a traveling trophy
    (if there is one) to the student section that
    earns the most points.
  • 200 and a permanent plaque to the student
    section that earns the second most points.
  • 100 to the student section scoring the third
    most points.
  • 50 to the student section showing the greatest
    numerical improvement in points.
  • A Certificate of Accomplishment to each student
    section scoring 400 or more points.

5
Student Sections Competition
  • Awards
  • First Place Inter-district Award 750, Permanent
    First Place Trophy
  • Second Place Inter-district Award 500,
    Permanent Second Place Trophy
  • Third Place Inter-district Award 250, Permanent
    Third Place Trophy
  • Appropriate publicity provided in ASME newsletter
    and Mechanical Advantage

6
Student Sections Competition
  • Fundamental Purposes
  • Encourage professionalism
  • Encourage participation in technical events
  • Build character toward good citizenship
  • Promote learning about real world engineering.
  • Recognize student sections that show outstanding
    achievement

7
Student Sections Competition
  • Requirements
  • Preliminary Report
  • Monthly Reports
  • Final Report with details of
  • Meetings
  • Tours
  • Social Functions
  • Membership
  • Service Activities
  • Regional Contests
  • Professional Development
  • Upgrade Activities
  • (The final report must be mailed due to the
    supplemental information required.)

8
Student Sections Competition
  • Scoring Opportunities at SPDC
  • Student Section with the largest number of
    Student-Section Members in attendance
  • Student Section with the largest percent of
    Membership in attendance (Your Attendance Number
    divided by your Membership X 100)

9
All Good Things
  • Preliminary and Monthly Reports
  • Meetings
  • Tours
  • Social Functions
  • News Articles
  • Membership Development
  • Service Projects
  • Student Conferences
  • Professional Development
  • Membership Upgrades

10
Scoring is a Head-Ache
  • Scoring
  • A comprehensive set of variables is used to
    evaluate student section effectiveness
  • Each variable is weighted, and the strength of a
    section is determined by the total number of
    points accumulated
  • A good section is one that exhibits a wide
    diversity of activities.
  • Complete rules can be found at
    http//www.asme.org/Events/Contests/IngersollRand/
    IngersollRand_Student.cfm

11
Preliminary Report
  • a.  Names, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail
    addresses of officers, student section advisor,
    and department chair.  b.  Names of committee
    chairs (if any). c.  Means of communicating with
    students, including home page address. d. 
    Schedule of meetings. e.  Schedule of tours.

12
Preliminary Report
  • f.  Schedule of social functions. g.  Schedule
    of service activities. h.  Schedule of upgrade
    activities. i.  Schedule of recruiting
    activities. j.  Schedule of interaction with
    senior section.

13
Preliminary Report
  • k.  Schedule of news articles. l.  Goals for
    coming year. 
  • Okay, and thats just the Preliminary Report

14
Monthly Reports
  • MONTHLY REPORTS (5 points per submission)  30
    points baseline max A Monthly Report (starting
    with the March report) should be postmarked by
    the fifteenth of the month following the month
    for which the report is made. The February
    Monthly Report should be attached to the Final
    Report. All Monthly Reports should include - -

15
Monthly Reports
  • - - the following information (if performed)
    filled out on Supplement 1 (duplicate if
    necessary).a.  Date of meetings, subject.b. 
    Date of tours, name of facility. c.  Date of
    social functions, description. d.  Date of news
    articles, number of pages.

16
Monthly Reports
  • e.  Date of service activities, description. f. 
    Date of upgrade activities, description. k. 
    Schedule of news articles. l.  Goals for coming
    year.
  • Yeah, right, every month

17
Meeting Styles
  • Speaker that is not engineering faculty from
    section's school. 3
  • Joint meeting with ASME senior section. 3
  • Speaker from engineering faculty of section's
    school. 2
  • Video presentation. 2
  • Joint meeting with other student group. 2
  • Business meeting of ASME student section. 2

18
Meeting Styles
  • Planning meetings for ASME special events or
    fund-raisers. 1 ASME executive committee meeting.
    Must be fewer than number of business meetings.1
    Business meeting of ASME student section. 2
  • Planning meetings for ASME special events,
    fund-raisers. 1
  • ASME executive committee meeting. Must be fewer
    than number of business meetings.1

19
Meeting Points
  • Attendance (minimum of 3 students)
  • lt 3 members 0
  • lt25 or 3 -- 25 members 1
  • 25 --50 or 26 -- 50 members 2
  • 50 --75 or 51 -- 75 members 3
  • 75 --100 or gt 75 members 4Points times
    Style times something else gives total points for
    that one meeting

20
Meeting Points
  • For calculating percentage () of members
    attending, use the student section roster of
    membership closest to the date of the event.The
    student section advisor receives a monthly roster
    of membership throughout the school year.Use
    either percentage or total number of attendees to
    maximize Attendance Factor Attendance (minimum of
    3 students)etc etc

21
Student Sections Competition
  • Preliminary and Monthly Reports
  • Meetings
  • Tours
  • Social Functions
  • News Articles
  • Membership Development
  • Service Projects
  • Student Conferences
  • Professional Development
  • Membership Upgrades

22
A District Suggestion
  • Program Meetings 10 per, 100
  • Tours 10 per, 100
  • Clean Social Functions 10 per, 100
  • News Articles 10 per, 100
  • Membership Drive 25 per, 100
  • Service Projects 25 per, 100
  • Any to ASME Conferences 25, 100
  • Professional Courses - 25, 100
  • Graduates Upgrades 25,100
  • Something special up to 100
  • To qualify 10 total people

23
North American PacificTee-Shirt Competition
  • Bring two of your distinctive and humorous
    Section Tee-Shirts to the SPDC.
  • Winner is determined by audience applause.
  • Winning school collects a Tee-Shirt from every
    other school.
  • Back home, pass them out as victory gifts and
    door prizes.
  • Ahem, please be sure entries are freshly
    laundered. And polite.

24
North American PacificTee-Shirt Competition
  • Information
  • http//districts.asme.org
  • District D North American Pacific (down)
  • District Student Activities (_at_ left)
  • Tee-Shirt Contest (in a box)
  • SPDC 2009 web-site
  • http//districts.asme.org/SLS/WA
  • Direct address
  • http//districts.asme.org/DistrictD/TShirtContest
    /TeeShirtContest.htm

25
Student Design Competition
  • The ASME Student Design Competition challenges
    teams of up to four students to design, construct
    and operate a prototype meeting the requirements
    of an annually determined problem statement.

26
2009 Mars Rocks
Major funding provided by                       
                   
  • Complete Rules
  • http//www.asme.org/Events/Contests/DesignContest/
    2009_Student_Design_2.cfm
  • Take advantage of the QA online.
  • Read the rules carefully!!

27
2008 Winrobo An Automated Window Washing Robot
28
Student Design Contest 2005 Bulk Material
Transporter
29
SDC Awards
  • District Awards
  • 1st - 200, trophy
  • Up to 1,000 travel expense to finals at the ASME
    International Mechanical Congress and Exposition
    Lake Buena Vista, Florida, November 13, 2009
  • 2nd - 100 and a plaque
  • 3rd - 50 and a plaque

30
SDC Awards
  • International Awards
  • 1st - 3000 plus 1000 awarded to the Student
    Section of the Winners Institution
  • 2nd - 1000 plus 500 awarded to the Student
    Section of the Winners Institution
  • 3rd - 500 plus 250 awarded to the Student
    Section of the Winners Institution

31
HPV Competition
32
HPV Competition
33
HPV Competition
  • Vehicle Classes
  • Single Rider
  • Multi-rider
  • Utility

34
2009 HPV Competition
  • East at
  • Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    on April 17 - 19 2009
  • West at
  • Portland State University in Portland, Oregon on
    May 1 - 3 2009

35
HPV Competition
  • Community of Practice
  • For more information http//www.asme.org/Events/Co
    ntests/HPV/Human_Powered_Vehicle.cfm
  • Article in WIRED magazine website
    http//www.wired.com/culture/lifestyle/multimedia/
    2007/04/hpvrace

36
The Old Guard
  • The Old Guard helps engineering students and
    early career engineers bridge the gap between
    college and professional life.
  • More information at
  • http//www.asme.org/Governance/Centers/OldGuard/Ol
    d_Guard_Programs.cfm

37
Old Guard Oral Competition
  • Purpose
  • Emphasize the value of the ability to deliver
    oral presentations.
  • Enhance the abilities of student engineers to
    effectively communicate technical information
  • Judging
  • Content
  • Organization
  • Delivery
  • Effectiveness.

38
Old Guard Oral Competition
  • Logistics
  • 15 minute presentation
  • 5 minute QA
  • Undergraduate Students only.
  • No more than two contestants from each school
  • Must be a Student ASME member by March 15.
  • Complete Rules
  • http//www.asme.org/Events/Contests/Old_Guard_Priz
    e_Oral.cfm

39
Old Guard Oral Competition
  • District Awards
  • 1st Place - 500 and a trip to the Congress to
    compete in the National Competition
  • 2nd Place - 150
  • 3rd Place - 100
  • 4th Place - 50
  • 5th Place - 25
  • Highest Technical Score - 50
  • All competitors receive a certificate for their
    first of professional membership free!

40
Old Guard Oral Competition
  • ASME International Mechanical Congress and
    Exposition Lake Buena Vista, Florida, November
    13, 2009
  • 1st - 2,000
  • 2nd - 1,500
  • 3rd - 1,000
  • 4th - 500

41
Old GuardTechnical Web Poster
  • Encourages the delivery of visual presentations
    using web page technology
  • Makes a point in the absence of the author
  • Bring to SPDC on one 100 Mb CD disk
  • CD does not connect to the Web. No voice or
    sound effects
  • One author per Entry no limit on the number of
    entries from each Student Section

42
Old GuardTechnical Web Poster
Design-up a Web Page. Bring to SPDC on a 100 Mb
CD.
43
Old GuardTechnical Web Poster
Our Judges dont really look like this. Well,
maybe one of them does. But it aint me.
44
Old GuardTechnical Web Poster
  • Information at
  • http//www.asme.org/EVENTS/CONTESTS/Old_Guard_Tech
    nical_Web_Page.cfm
  • Read the rules carefully!!
  • Be sure to keep your membership up to date!

45
Old GuardTechnical Web Page
  • Awards District Certificates plus
  • 1st - 200 to each SPDC from Old Guard
  • 2nd 100 from District
  • Best Technical Content 50 from District
  • All competitors receive a certificate for their
    first year of ASME professional membership free!

46
Old GuardTechnical Poster Competition
  • Stand-alone stand-up poster of specified maximum
    size
  • Makes a point in the absence of the author
  • Up to two Posters from any one Student Section
    one author listed per Poster

47
Old GuardTechnical Poster Competition
  • Read the rules carefully!!
  • Be sure to keep your membership up to date!
  • For more information, visit
  • http//www.asme.org/Events/Contests/Old_Guard_Tech
    nical_Poster.cfm

48
Old GuardTechnical Poster Competition
  • Awards
  • 1st - 200 from the Old Guard
  • 2nd - 100 from District
  • 3rd - 50 from District
  • All competitors receive a certificate for their
    first year of ASME professional membership free!

49
Student-KilometerTravel Award
  • For largest (SPDC Attendance-number) times
    (road-Atlas distance from your Section to SPDC
    Host city)
  • District D Traveling Trophy
  • We get you the Trophy, you gotta put your own
    little plaque in it

50
Graduate Student Technical Conference
  • Coordinator
  • Dr. Deben Das
  • Professor of Mechanical Engineering
  • University of Alaska Fairbanks

51
Background
  • Discussion Started in 1989-90, Barry Hyman, VP,
    Region V III
  • Response to Loss of Grad Students as Members
  • First One Held in 1996 at Idaho St. University
  • Dr. B. K. Rao, First Coordinator
  • First Year, A Separate Fully Funded Conference
  • Now Held Every Year with SPDC (previously RSC)

52
Requirements
  • Submit a Ten Line Abstract. Generally Thesis
  • By E-mail to Dr. Debendra K. Das at
    ffdkd_at_uaf.edu
  • Deadline March First Week
  • Will be held with SPDC ( previously RSC)
  • Fifteen Minutes Presentation, 5 Minutes Q A
  • No Competition
  • A Beautiful ASME Certificate is Awarded

53
Travel Funding
  • Same as the funding given to undergrads for
    presenting at the Old Guard competition

54
North American Pacific DistrictRC Baja Car
Competition
55
North American PacificRC Baja Car Competition
  • Build an RC vehicle race it at SPDC
  • Common motor and battery specified, you build
    most of the rest of the car
  • No limit on the number of teams per Student
    Section

56
North American PacificRC Baja Car Competition
  • Presentation Scoring
  • Presentation Skills
  • Design-and-Creativity
  • Manufacturing Skills
  • Races
  • Sprint
  • Slalom
  • Baja Track (be ready for almost anything)

57
North American PacificRC Baja Car Competition
  • Information
  • http//districts.asme.org/DistrictD/D-StudentActiv
    ities.htm
  • (see box near bottom of page)
  • SPDC 2009 web-site
  • http//districts.asme.org/SLS/WA
  • Direct addresshttp//districts.asme.org/District
    D/Baja/BajaRulesApril2007.pdf
  • Read the rules carefully!!
  • Be sure to keep your membership up to date!

58
North American PacificRC Baja Car Competition
  • District Awards Certificates plus
  • 1st - 200 and a Traveling Trophy
  • 2nd - 100
  • Certificate for Best Design-and-Creativity

59
North American PacificRC Baja Car Competition
60
Student-SectionAdvisor of the Year Award
  • A great way to say Thank you!
  • Each Student Section may make a nomination.
    Kit includes Citation and letters from
    supporters.
  • Nomination Kits are sent to District Leadership
    for selection of one District Nominee
    forwarded to ASME Awards Committee.

61
Student-SectionAdvisor of the Year Award
  • What to document in the Kit
  • Encouraging Student Membership
  • Promoting professional activities and programs at
    the Student Section
  • Encouraging continued membership in ASME after
    graduation.
  • Handy-Dandy Hint
  • Nominate again and again.
  • Keep a copy of your nomination kit.

62
Student-SectionAdvisor of the Year Award
  • Due Dates
  • Submit to District Leader before February 1,
    2009.
  • District Leader submits Nominee to Awards
    Committee by March 1, 2009.
  • Award
  • Silver Medal, 1000 Honorarium
  • Travel to the Presentation Ceremony.

63
Student-SectionAdvisor of the Year Award
  • Learn more from Handbook ML-1
  • www.asme.org
  • Leadership
  • Volunteer Resources
  • Unit Leadership Resource Center
  • Unit Manuals and Policies
  • ML-1 Student Operations Manual
  • Nomination Form ASME Web, or
  • http//files.asme.org/Volunteer/Unit/13022.doc

64
Outstanding Student Member Award
  • Not a Competition.Its a recognition for good
    work.
  • Each Student Section may make one of these Awards
    every year.
  • Recognizes your Student Member with the greatest
    accomplishments of the past 12 months.
  • Certificate, presented at SPDC.

65
Outstanding Student Member Award
  • Due Date February 1, 2009
  • Nomination Form
  • www.asme.org
  • LeadershipVolunteer Resources
  • Unit Leadership Resource Center
  • Unit Forms and RecognitionsStudent Section Forms
  • Outstanding Student Member Nomination
  • http//files.asme.org/Volunteer/Unit/13023.doc

66
Charles T. MainStudent Section Award
  • Recognition for more than one year of outstanding
    service at Student Section.
  • General ASME and community activities count too.
    Information is at http//www.asme.org/Governance/
    Honors/SocietyAwards/Charles_T_Main_Student.cfm
  • Each Student Section may make a Nomination to
    District Leadership. Kit includes Letters of
    Support and a descriptive Citation.
  • District selects one Nomination to ASME General
    Awards Committee.
  • A Recognition, not a contest.

67
Charles T. MainStudent Section Award
  • Due-Date to District by March 1, 2009.District
    submits by April 1, 2009
  • Nomination Form
  • http//www.asme.org/Governance/Honors/SocietyAward
    s/Charles_T_Main_Student.cfm
  • Direct http//files.asme.org/Volunteer/Unit/13037
    .doc

68
Staying Involved
69
Key Dates of Upcoming Events
  • What to do, and when to do it!

70
http//www.asme.org/students/calendar.html
  • November 2008
  • Preliminary reports due for Section Student
    Contest
  • 1 Deadline for Diversity Action Grant
    applications
  • 5-6 Young Engineers Forum - held at Congress
  • 6 Student Design Contest finals held at Congress
  • 5-11 Congress - Anaheim, California
  • 7 Old Guard Oral Competition finals held at
    Congress

71
December, 2008
  • 31st WISE Internship Application Deadline
  • www.wise-intern.org/

72
February 2009
  • 1st Student Section Advisor Award Nomination
    Deadline
  • 15th Arthur L. Williston Award Manuscripts Due
  • 19-25 National Engineering Week

73
March 2009
  • 1-Nomination deadline for the Charles T. Main
    Student Award
  • 15th Postmark Date, 2006-2007 Student Sections
    Final Report Packet to Kalan Guiley
  • 15th Application Deadline for 2008-2009 ASME
    Scholarships

74
April 2009
  • Regional Student Conference
  • Student Design Contest
  • Old Guard Competitions - Poster, Oral, Web Page
  • Regional Contests Mini-Baja Tee-shirt
  • Student Sections Competition Winners Announced
  • SSC Student Rep. Elections
  • Human Powered Vehicle Competition

75
June 2009
  • 30th Student Section Officer Listings due.
  • 30th Student Section Financial Reports due.

76
Go tohttp//www.asme.org/students/calendar.html
  • Watch this on-line calendar regularly for current
    event updates Maintained by ASME NY
  • Ask your District Liaison Director for help
  • Watch your District D home page at
    http//districts.asme.org/DistrictD/index.htm and
    the link for all RSC competitions
  • Ask your District Leader for help
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