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ASHRAE Membership

ASHRAE membership is open to any person associated with heating, ventilation, air conditioning or refrigeration. ASHRAE is unique because its membership is drawn from a wide range of disciplines relating to the HVAC&R field. Over 56,000 individuals from more than 100 nations belong to the Society.

Discounts on Publications

ASHRAE members earn 15% off publications. Hundreds of titles are available including the complete collection of ASHRAE Standards including 90.1, 62.1 and 189.1.
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Develop Leadership Skills

When you join ASHRAE, you are making an investment in yourself. When you become active in the Society by giving your time and sharing your knowledge, you get even more out of that investment.

Network with Industry Professionals

Each month, all over the world, ASHRAE chapters convene for an informational program featuring a speaker or topic that is key to professionals in the industry. Meet with your peers and share ideas.
 
 
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New Face of Engineering

The New Faces of Engineering recognition program, introduced by  ASHRAE in 2003, is part of National Engineers Week—sponsored by DiscoveryE (formerly known as the National Engineers Week Foundation)—a coalition of engineering societies, major corporations and government agencies. Engineers Week promotes New Faces to provide incentive to those in college and inspire even younger students to consider engineering careers.

Engineers 30 years of age or younger are the focus of the recognition program. ASHRAE members are encouraged to nominate deserving young engineers so that they might have the opportunity to earn recognition in their chosen field.

 

2017 New Face of Engineering, Alyse Falconer, PE, LEED, AP BD+C

PRO ASHRAE Alyse Falconer Headshot-200x260.jpgAlyse Falconer’s work directly impacts the energy consumed across the country through her HVAC designs and focuses on energy conservation measures throughout schools, offices, hospitals and labs. Falconer, who currently serves as Senior Mechanical Engineer for Interface Engineering, is heavily involved in volunteer work, including a program called First Graduate, a non-profit in San Francisco, Calif. that helps students finish high school and become the first in their families to graduate from college. “I impact people’s lives by creating the environment they occupy, by reducing energy consumption and carbon footprints of buildings all while being a female role model,” Falconer said in her submission. “I may have helped the students with their education, but they help me reprioritize, destress and understand the impact of giving back.”

 

Criteria

Nominees/applicants must be 30 years or younger as of Dec. 31, 2016 and have a degree in engineering from a recognized U.S. college or university, or from an equivalent international educational institution. Degrees in engineering technology, science, computer science and similar disciplines do not qualify, though a degree in computer engineering is acceptable.

 

Applications

Applications for the 2017 ASHRAE New Face of Engineering are now being accepted and the online application form is available here. The deadline for applications is Friday, November 18, 2016.

The ASHRAE 2017 New Face of Engineering will be publicly announced on April 5, 2017.

 

Recognition

The individual selected as ASHRAE's New Face of Engineering 2017 will receive the following recognition:

  • Attend the 2017 CIBSE Technical Symposium, which is scheduled for April 5-6, 2017 in Loughborough, England.
  • Featured in an ad in the ASHRAE Journal
  • Featured on the DiscoverE website
  • Promotion in YEA and ASHRAE newsletters and online
 

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