ASME president Victoria Rockwell discusses the crisis in STEM education in the U.S. and looks at the future of engineering, in particular, the global humanitarian efforts that have increased significantly in recent years.
ASME/Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Eweek Training Modules and Curriculum Video Series. Each video series coincides with its following curriculum:
1. ASME Engineers Week Video Series on the Alternative Fuel Project
Clarkson University students and the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe of upstate New York, work together to develop a creative way to recycle used vegetable oil to fuel the reservation's tribal vehicles.
Learn more about the ASME/EWB Alternative Fuel Curriculum (Download the PDF)
2. ASME Engineers Week Video Series on the Clean Water Project
Join students from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst as they help to create a healthy and sustainable water source for a village of Namawanga, Kenya.
Learn more about the ASME/EWB Clean Water Curriculum (Download the PDF)
3. ASME Engineers Week Video Series on the Bridge Building Project
Combining multidiscipline learning including classroom activities, volunteerism, and inter-cultural cooperation,. students learned how to problem solve, work in groups, attain hands-on experience in design and project management, and more importantly, how to contribute to a society.
Learn more about the ASME/EWB Bridge Curriculum (Download the PDF)