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Episode 27 – Education, Experience and Examination: The Importance of P.E. Licensure In order to earn the title “Professional Engineer” and with it the right to append the initials “P.E.” after one’s name, an engineer must demonstrate success in three areas, known as “the three E’s”: Education, Experience and Examination. In this episode of ASME Today & Tomorrow, Tom Costabile sat down with Dave Soukup -- who is ASME’s Managing Director of Governance, a P.E. himself, and an ASME Fellow to boot -- to learn more about the significance of that “P.E.” title and why professional licensure can make such an important difference in a mechanical engineering career.
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Episode 27 – Education, Experience and Examination: The Importance of P.E. Licensure In order to earn the title “Professional Engineer” and with it the right to append the initials “P.E.” after one’s name, an engineer must demonstrate success in three areas, known as “the three E’s”: Education, Experience and Examination. In this episode of ASME Today & Tomorrow, Tom Costabile sat down with Dave Soukup -- who is ASME’s Managing Director of Governance, a P.E. himself, and an ASME Fellow to boot -- to learn more about the significance of that “P.E.” title and why professional licensure can make such an important difference in a mechanical engineering career.
Episode 26 – ASME’s Renowned Industry Events For this episode of ASME Today & Tomorrow, Tom sat down with Debbie Holton, ASME’s Managing Director of Industry Events, to learn more about what she’s working on. Debbie joined the ASME team in November of 2018 and brings a tremendous wealth of expertise and experience to the work and the team she now leads. Beyond her exceptional expertise, Ms. Holton is also one of the most natural and enthusiastic “people-people” we know, as you’ll soon hear for yourself.
Episode 25 – ASME Programs & Philanthropy In this episode, Tom sits down with Kathleen Lobb, ASME’s Managing Director of Philanthropy and Executive Director of the ASME Foundation, and Anand Sethupathy, ASME’s Managing Director of Programs, for a wide-ranging discussion of ASME’s current Programs & Philanthropy efforts – a big part of what ASME is doing today to fulfill its historic mission “to advance engineering for the benefit of humanity.”
Episode 24 – Covid-19: How ASME is Adapting In this special, extended edition of ASME Today and Tomorrow, CEO/Executive Director Tom Costabile is joined by ASME’s entire Executive Management Team to discuss the myriad ways that ASME is adapting and responding to the unique challenges posed by the Covid-19 global pandemic.
Episode 23 – Innovators in Clean Energy: Hybrid Electric Conversion Kits at Startup Flux Hybrids In this edition of our podcast mini-series Innovators in Clean Energy, ASME Fellow Bob Stakenborghs talks with Cody Biedermann, August Erhart and Micah Ulrich of Flux Hybrids, an innovative startup devoted to using hybrid electric conversion kits to reduce the environmental impact and financial costs associated with automobiles.
Episode 22 – Innovators in Clean Energy: Taking Internal Combustion to the Next Level In this next episode of the ASME Today & Tomorrow mini-series Innovators in Clean Energy, guest co-host and ASME Fellow Bob Stakenborghs talks with Larry Fromm, Executive VP and Chief Commercial Officer of Achates Power, a company that has re-discovered and optimized a way to build internal combustion engines that are more powerful and efficient than ever.
Episode 21 – It’s All About Flow In this episode of ASME Today & Tomorrow, ASME Executive Director/CEO Tom Costabile sits down for a spirited discussion with Professor Ivo Nedyalkov, a lecturer in mechanical engineering at the University of New Hampshire better known as “Dr. Ivo N” when he raps about the deep connections between Fluids Engineering and rap music.
Episode 20 – Innovators in Clean Energy: Emrgy’s new take on Hydropower In this edition of our podcast mini-series Innovators in Clean Energy, ASME Fellow and guest host Bob Stakenborghs talks with Emily Morris of Emrgy, a visionary company that delivers hydropower without the need for construction or dams.
Episode 19 – Innovators in Clean Energy: SolarPack – a new approach to sustainable transportation In this kick-off edition of a series of podcasts titled Innovators in Clean Energy, ASME Fellow and guest co-host Bob Stakenborghs talks with Adam Lineberger and Cody Biedermann of SolarPack, North Carolina State University’s solar vehicle team, about their ambition to change the way the world looks at sustainable transportation.
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