Dear faculty and staff,

I just received the news that Dr. Stephen Choi has been elected a Fellow of ASME. Out of the total of 112,884 ASME members, less than 2.8 percent are able to be recognized at this ultimate rank of Fellows. Please join me to congratulate Steve.

Best regards, Farzad


The following information is from the ASME website: “A Fellow is a member who has attained a grade of distinction. At the time of advancement, a Fellow must be a corporate-level member of the Society, shall have been responsible for significant engineering achievements, and shall have no less than 10 years of active practice and 10 years of continuous corporate membership in ASME.”

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