Upcoming Events

September 2014

Senior Section Dinner Event

Thursday, September 18th 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Pfeiffer University- Charlotte Campus  Directions

Senior Section ASME Members $20.00

ASME Student Section Members $10.00

Guest $20.00

Two Speakers to address the growth of the Energy Industry in our area.


Lori Collins – Executive Director, CLT Joules

A business community for energy innovators and entrepreneurs. CLT Joules is an initiative to promote energy innovation and startups among the entrepreneurial community in Charlotte. Their Mission: To enhance Charlotte’s position as a national energy leader by strengthening the energy innovation ecosystem through the development of energy entrepreneurs.


  Koyr builds software and hardware for nuclear power plants, on the hardware side we build radiation detectors that work with Android and iOS, and on the software wide we build workflow and labor automation software with the goal of making them run much more efficiently. The goals of Koyr are to increase efficiency with respect to O&M while at the same time becoming an innovator for the nuclear power industry.

Main Speaker

Mark Delgado – C.E.O. at Koyr Engineering
Mark is a graduate of North Carolina State University
With a Bachelors in Nuclear Engineering

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Events Calendar for 2014 – 2015 Calendar Year

(Speakers, Topics, Plant Tours will be announced)

Senior Section Plant Tour Event

Thursday, October 16th

Senior Section Plant Tour Event
Thursday, November 20th

Senior Section Spouse Night Dinner Event
Thursday, December 11th

Senior Section Dinner Event
Thursday, January 15th

National Engineers Week
Senior Section Dinner Event
Thursday, February 26th

Senior Section Dinner Event
Thursday, March 19th

Senior Section Plant Tour Event
Thursday, April 16th

Senior Section Dinner Event
Thursday,May 21st

Awards Night
Senior Section Dinner Event
Thursday, June 18th










Past Events

Professional Development


    Professional Development and Development of the Profession




    Davidson Elementary School



    Through generous funding from ASME (Piedmont-Carolina section), Davidson Elementary is slated to begin its first Lego robotics team for the 2014-2015 school year. The team will be comprised of fourth and fifth grade students who have a strong interest in engineering and programming. Katie Tedone and Amber Stokes, the school’s Talent Development teachers, serve as coaches. Community members and parents from related fields will serve as mentors for the program. Through the program, students will learn how to design and program the robots to navigate and complete sets of tasks. Davidson’s team will compete in the STEMpalooza robotics competition that will take place in the spring of 2015 and will include teams from across the district.