E4C Fellows receive support to better understand the issues and market conditions encountered by engineers who are addressing the United Nations Sustainability Goals. Fellows expand the knowledge base through technology reports, market models, and user experience analyses, among other projects. All E4C Research Fellows’ work product is shared on ASME’s public digital global development platforms, amplifying its use and impact.
ASME currently offers three fellowship programs to engineers seeking to advance ASME’s mission through involvement in global development, education, and government.
Nishant Agarwal, a 2019 E4C Fellow, fits Jayam Bhardwaj with a bionic prosthetic hand he developed in Kanpur, India
Graduate Teaching Fellows
These Fellows participate in a collaboration between ASME and mechanical engineering departments that encourage outstanding doctoral candidates—particularly women and minorities—to pursue careers as ME educators.
Federal Government Fellows
Federal Fellows provide technical expertise to policymakers in the U.S. Congress, the White House, and federal agencies, advising on legislation and policy relating to energy, manufacturing, infrastructure, and technology, among other topics.
“An essential member of our Team”
“ASME Federal Fellow Said [Jahanmir] has significantly increased the footprint of the Manufacturing Caucus including signing up 108 bipartisan members. He is one of the most sought-after staffers on the Hill.”U.S. RepresentativeMember of Manufacturing Caucus
Federal Fellow Lester Su
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