As futurists and pundits deliberate the ways technology will continue to reshape society in the next 30 years, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) is again poised to play a significant role in helping shape this dialogue. A principal figure on the leadership team that was charged with examining ASME's role and determining its path is the Society's newly installed executive director, Thomas G Loughlin, who took the helm from the retiring Virgil R. Carter on July 1. Prominent among his plans is to formulate a stronger strategic approach to ASME's digital environment, which includes the Web, digital content acquisition and delivery, and member and community support. By 2018, ASME will be a truly global organization representing a network of organizations and member units strategically partnered to benefit humankind.
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