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Scholarships

Through partnership with the Plant Engineering, Inspection and Maintenance Trade Show and through the generous conations of local members, ASME South Texas Section funds South Texas Scholarships and stipends presented annually in April to outstanding mechanical engineering students in the Student Sections of Houston area colleges.

Award recipients, majoring in Mechanical Engineering or Mechanical Technology, are from the University of Houston, Rice University, Prairie View A&M University, Texas A&M University at College Station, and Texas A&M University at Galveston.

2014 Scholarship Recipients 

Material Handling Meeting Notice2014 Awards, South Texas Section American Society of Mechanical Engineers; $42,000 was awarded April 23 at Honors & Awards Evening, – Read More »

Material Handling Meeting Notice2013 Awards, South Texas Section American Society of Mechanical Engineers; $24,000 was awarded April 11, 2012 at Honors & Awards Evening,  – Read More »

Material Handling Meeting Notice2012 Awards, South Texas Section American Society of Mechanical Engineers; $24,000 was awarded April 12, 2012 at Honors & Awards Evening, STS Scholarships: $1600 to undergraduate students; Hugh Scott Cameron Award: $1600 to a student in graduate school in engineering – Read More »

Material Handling Meeting Notice2011 Awards, South Texas Section American Society of Mechanical Engineers; $21,600 was awarded April 21, 2011 at Honors & Awards Evening, STS Scholarships: $1500 to undergraduate students; Hugh Scott Cameron Award: $1500 to a student in graduate school in engineering – Read More »



 

Science Fair of Houston

For over 25 years, ASME South Texas has been associated with the Science and Engineering Fair of Houston to promote the learning and application of science and technology for Texas Youth.  Through our representatives, we support the judging and make awards in areas related to the study of Mechanical Engineering. 

2014 Science and Engineering Fair Awardees