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Submitted by Natalie Segal
CETA’s is the first student branch of ASHRAE in Connecticut. The student application for forming the branch was sponsored and endorsed by the Connecticut Chapter of ASHRAE and ASHRAE President William Harrison. The founding students are Mechanical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Technology majors in CETA.
ASHRAE is a worldwide organization whose membership comprises consulting engineers, contractors, manufacturers and manufacturing representatives, sales representatives, and architects. The organization is dedicated to ensuring energy-efficient buildings, comfortable and productive indoor environments, healthful food, and preservation of the outdoor environment.
Students interested in joining the ASHRAE student branch should contact Max Lewis (email@example.com), Steven Buck (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Dr. Yavuzturk (email@example.com) for more information.
from l. to r., Matthew Mullen, president of the Connecticut ASHRAE Chapter; student Kervin Lochard; Matthew Owens, Conn. ASHRAE liaison for education; students Max Lewis, John Fleck, Pawan Rai, Steven Buck, Mark Noujain; Dr. Yavuzturk, faculty advisor; William Harrison, president of ASHRAE; Students Aaron Brown, Ryan Carr, Masood Dalil.
Dr. Yavuzturk with the student branch charter.