American Society of Mechanical Engineers

at Virginia Tech



For the Development of Future Engineers at Virginia Tech

What can we do for you?

Dinner and Learns

Attend meetings with prestigious companies from around the world to help jump start your future

Social Events

Get the opportunity to meet other ME students and students from other professional orgs like IEEE and IISE

Resume Workshops

Come to one of many resume workshops where we help you make your resume stand out

Mini Design Challenges

Challenges are an hour long and have included pumpkin carving and throwing, boats from tinfoil and pasta towers

Educational Seminars

Attend a workshop to learn about about technology and engineering used in industry

Design Team

A team that teaches you skills that are paramount to success in industry

What is ASME?

Virginia Tech



ASME, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, founded in 1880 is a not-for-profit professional organization promoting the art, science, and practice of mechanical and multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences through the world.

The ASME Student Section at Virginia Tech is dedicated to building the leadership, teamwork, and social skills of its members required to be a successful professional in today’s work force.

Join us for our meetings: held every Wednesday at 6:30 PM in Randolph Hall, Room 110

Bhavjot Michera


Lindsay Pierle

Vice President

Isaac Cantrell


Anuj Roy


Scott Gong

Events Chair

Sebastian Orellana

Design Team Chair

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