Corporate Membership

Corporate Membership

Find the talent you need. ASEE Membership grants you access to deans and faculty, allowing you to create networks and relationships that will expand your reach for talented and innovative engineers.

Influence what and how engineering students are taught. You know what critical skills the marketplace is in need of, you can help engineering educators shape curriculum and develop important research projects. Corporate interaction helps educators understand more fully the needs of industry and enables them to prepare their students to meet these needs.

Ensure the future quality of engineering and engineering technology. Your active participation and support of the engineering education community will make a crucial difference at the most basic and critical level — the education of future engineers and engineering technologists who will be the backbone of organization in the decades to come.

Keep up-to-date on trends in engineering education and research. ASEE Corporate Membership enables your organization to establish an on-going dialogue with deans, department heads, researchers, teaching faculty, and administrators from the finest engineering and engineering technology programs in North America.

Engage with faculty and administrators. By attending any of ASEE's conferences, your organization can develop face to face, meaningful conversations with the individuals shaping some of the best and brightest minds in engineering, the students. Corporate membership will allow you access to closed door sessions and receptions discussing the needs and future of the industry.

Access to premier longitudinal engineering education data. For an additional fee, corporate members will receive password-protected access to ASEE’s exclusive online data mining tool, which enables ad-hoc reporting of the data collected in ASEE's annual Profiles of Engineering Colleges survey.  Engineering data in the data mining tool goes back to 1998.

 

Membership Type Annual Dues
Corporate $1,400
Corporate Affiliate $350

 

Immediate Membership Benefits to your Representatives
ASEE PRISM, the Society's award-winning magazine that covers the full spectrum of engineering/technology education issues.  Published 9 times per year.
Journal of Engineering Education, the option to receive a free subscription to ASEE's peer-reviewed quarterly journal.
Profiles of Engineering and Technology Colleges , the option to receive a copy of ASEE's annual publication, which presents comprehensive and detailed information about each school's programs, enrollment, faculty, and more.
ASEE's professional interest divisions , the opportunity to affiliate with any number of ASEE's professional interest groups.
Discounted registration and unlimited networking opportunities through the Annual Conference, the ASEE Conference on Industry and Education Cooperation, regional meetings, and division-sponsored activities.
Password-protected access to members-only areas of the Society's web site, including the electronic membership directory and back issues of PRISM magazine.

 

Membership Description

Corporate Membership

For companies 100 or more employees, for non-profit organizations with 25 or more employees, and for government entities.  Standard members may choose up to four employees — a key contact representative to the Corporate Member Council and three others — who will all receive the benefits of individual ASEE member­ship, as outlined below, at no added cost.

ANNUAL DUES: $1,400

Corporate Affiliate Membership

For companies fewer than 100 employees and non-profit organizations with fewer than 25 employees.  Affiliate members name one person to serve as Corporate Member Council representative and receive the benefits of an individual ASEE membership. 

ANNUAL DUES: $350

Corporate Member Council (CMC)

As an ASEE Corporate Member, you may appoint a "key contact" to represent your organization on ASEE's Corporate Member Council, which has a specific mission to advance the dialogue and collaboration between academia and industry. Meeting twice a year and offering participation in other events throughout the year, the Council provides the ideal conduit for communications from industry into the top levels of engineering and engineering technology education.

ANNUAL DUES: Included with Corporate or Corporate Affiliate Membership

Additional Opportunity

Engineering Research Council (ERC)

FOR AN ADDITIONAL FEE, both Corporate and Corporate Affiliate Members members can participate in ASEE's Engineering Research Council (ERC). The ERC is composed of engineering faculty members and research administrators, as well as representatives of corporations and government agencies who are concerned about the funding and administration of federal research funds to engineering colleges. Its basic objectives are:

  1. to assess and recommend policies related to engineering research and its effective operation and administration;
  2. to provide forums for discussion and information exchange of problems and experiences in engineering research matters;
  3. to establish and maintain liaison with other organizations concerned with engineering research and its administration;
  4. to assist the members to make contacts with one another; and
  5. to maintain informal communication networks for the discussion of topics of mutual interest.

The council's annual workshop and forum provides the opportunity to share information about engineering research and administration topics, and to interact with colleagues from industry, government, and other colleges and universities.

Annual Dues: $150 additional

View a List of ASEE's Non-Academic Institutional Members

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Submit Application Forms and Payment:

Via MAIL to:
ASEE
1818 N St. NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20036

OR Via FAX to:
(202) 265-8504
** credit card payments only

OR EMAIL
Membership

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Corporate Membership

Corporate Membership

Find the talent you need. ASEE Membership grants you access to deans and faculty, allowing you to create networks and relationships that will expand your reach for talented and innovative engineers.

Influence what and how engineering students are taught. You know what critical skills the marketplace is in need of, you can help engineering educators shape curriculum and develop important research projects. Corporate interaction helps educators understand more fully the needs of industry and enables them to prepare their students to meet these needs.

Ensure the future quality of engineering and engineering technology. Your active participation and support of the engineering education community will make a crucial difference at the most basic and critical level — the education of future engineers and engineering technologists who will be the backbone of organization in the decades to come.

Keep up-to-date on trends in engineering education and research. ASEE Corporate Membership enables your organization to establish an on-going dialogue with deans, department heads, researchers, teaching faculty, and administrators from the finest engineering and engineering technology programs in North America.

Engage with faculty and administrators. By attending any of ASEE's conferences, your organization can develop face to face, meaningful conversations with the individuals shaping some of the best and brightest minds in engineering, the students. Corporate membership will allow you access to closed door sessions and receptions discussing the needs and future of the industry.

Access to premier longitudinal engineering education data. For an additional fee, corporate members will receive password-protected access to ASEE’s exclusive online data mining tool, which enables ad-hoc reporting of the data collected in ASEE's annual Profiles of Engineering Colleges survey.  Engineering data in the data mining tool goes back to 1998.

 

Membership Type Annual Dues
Corporate $1,400
Corporate Affiliate $350

 

Immediate Membership Benefits to your Representatives
ASEE PRISM, the Society's award-winning magazine that covers the full spectrum of engineering/technology education issues.  Published 9 times per year.
Journal of Engineering Education, the option to receive a free subscription to ASEE's peer-reviewed quarterly journal.
Profiles of Engineering and Technology Colleges , the option to receive a copy of ASEE's annual publication, which presents comprehensive and detailed information about each school's programs, enrollment, faculty, and more.
ASEE's professional interest divisions , the opportunity to affiliate with any number of ASEE's professional interest groups.
Discounted registration and unlimited networking opportunities through the Annual Conference, the ASEE Conference on Industry and Education Cooperation, regional meetings, and division-sponsored activities.
Password-protected access to members-only areas of the Society's web site, including the electronic membership directory and back issues of PRISM magazine.

 

Membership Description

Corporate Membership

For companies 100 or more employees, for non-profit organizations with 25 or more employees, and for government entities.  Standard members may choose up to four employees — a key contact representative to the Corporate Member Council and three others — who will all receive the benefits of individual ASEE member­ship, as outlined below, at no added cost.

ANNUAL DUES: $1,400

Corporate Affiliate Membership

For companies fewer than 100 employees and non-profit organizations with fewer than 25 employees.  Affiliate members name one person to serve as Corporate Member Council representative and receive the benefits of an individual ASEE membership. 

ANNUAL DUES: $350

Corporate Member Council (CMC)

As an ASEE Corporate Member, you may appoint a "key contact" to represent your organization on ASEE's Corporate Member Council, which has a specific mission to advance the dialogue and collaboration between academia and industry. Meeting twice a year and offering participation in other events throughout the year, the Council provides the ideal conduit for communications from industry into the top levels of engineering and engineering technology education.

ANNUAL DUES: Included with Corporate or Corporate Affiliate Membership

Additional Opportunity

Engineering Research Council (ERC)

FOR AN ADDITIONAL FEE, both Corporate and Corporate Affiliate Members members can participate in ASEE's Engineering Research Council (ERC). The ERC is composed of engineering faculty members and research administrators, as well as representatives of corporations and government agencies who are concerned about the funding and administration of federal research funds to engineering colleges. Its basic objectives are:

  1. to assess and recommend policies related to engineering research and its effective operation and administration;
  2. to provide forums for discussion and information exchange of problems and experiences in engineering research matters;
  3. to establish and maintain liaison with other organizations concerned with engineering research and its administration;
  4. to assist the members to make contacts with one another; and
  5. to maintain informal communication networks for the discussion of topics of mutual interest.

The council's annual workshop and forum provides the opportunity to share information about engineering research and administration topics, and to interact with colleagues from industry, government, and other colleges and universities.

Annual Dues: $150 additional

View a List of ASEE's Non-Academic Institutional Members

Join Now

Download the Application FormPDF Icon(PDF: 571.2kb)

Submit Application Forms and Payment:

Via MAIL to:
ASEE
1818 N St. NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20036

OR Via FAX to:
(202) 265-8504
** credit card payments only

OR EMAIL
Membership

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