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Seminars & Events

All seminars presentations are based on theoretical knowledge of standards and codes, with emphasis on practical applications ...

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Honors & Awards

Our showcase for the remarkable accomplishments of our members, including major research, leadership, & Fellowship.

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Group Meetings

South Texas is composed of ten active groups. Meetings of the groups are held from September to May throughout the South Texas area ...

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ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS!

 

CALL TO ACTION - Honors & Awards Nominations Sought!

South Texas Section Annual Awards

Deadline for nominations is March 28, 2014,

These Awards will be presented at the Honors & Awards Celebration is April 24th at the Forest Club.

Nominations: must include for nominee – name, company, contact number, and a full description of nominee’s achievements / contributions that merit the award. Also include the name of the nominator and a contact number (for clarification if necessary). »»Click For More Information »

For more information or for help in preparing nominations, contact George Rissky at treasurer@asmesouthtexas.org or call 713-323-2606 or 713-998-6742.

Plant Engineering, Inspection and Maintenance Trade Show

Pasadena Convention Center
7902 Fairmont Parkway
April 10, 2014

The Plant Engineering & Maintenance Technical Chapter invites you to display your products and services in the 11th Annual Engineering, Inspection and Maintenance Trade Show at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, Texas. The show will be from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm on Thursday, April 10, 2014. Proceeds from this event will go toward South Texas University Scholarships.
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In need of Volunteer Mentors & Donations.

BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science, and Technology) is an organization dedicated to fostering science and engineering among high school and middle school students throughout the country. Each year, a competition is held where students construct a robot from a limited set of materials.

The robot competes in a game against the other schools where the robots may be removing "dangerous" materials, rescuing aliens, or saving the world. The North Houston BEST Hub supports schools from the Montgomery County and North Harris County area.