Academic Partnership Program
Some departments and programs have the need to coordinate membership enrollment of large numbers of students related to such activities as student chapters or class activities. As a result, student membership registration can be complicated. The primary issues often involve university financial policies and difficulty in collecting checks and similar logistics. To facilitate this process, the society has developed the “Academic Partnership Program” to simplify larger volumes of student membership registrations and related funds management. The primary goals for this program are to help with the administrative burden at the local university and facilitate the member registration process for students to join ASEM.
How It Works
Based on a fixed fee, the program allows an academic institution to facilitate a given number of individual student memberships on a large scale with minimal paperwork. Upon joining the program, the institution or the lead faculty member is issued an access code which allows the specified number of students to go directly to the ASEM web site and register as student members. They enjoy the benefits of membership such as receiving electronic copies of the society’s publications (the Engineering Management Journal, the Practice Periodical, and eNews), and enjoying reduced conference registration, and participation in society webinars. Most important, costs can be reduced due to economies of scale and local dues can retained locally to support student activities.
Based on the needs of programs of various sizes, three partnership levels have been developed, to allow flexibility in supporting student members.
Academic Partnership Levels:
Program Operational Steps
How to Participate
Complete the attached Academic Partnership form and email to email@example.com or call 256-503-8482.
Congratulations to ASEM's Academic Partnerships!
ASEM is proud to announce our growing list of outstanding, forward-thinking EM programs who have invested in their student's success by adding an ASEM Academic Partnership to their department!