ASHRAE Conferences attract the HVAC&R market leaders. The Annual Conference offers all ASHRAE’s networking and technical information in one location.
Top engineering firms and OEMs will be represented by their principals, chief engineers and engineering department heads to discuss how to improve building performance. Reach this elite group through a sponsorship program independent of your ASHRAE Journal advertising schedule or as a part of it. Brand your products to these engineering leaders—approximately 2,000 individuals—at the ASHRAE Annual Conference.
The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) is an international organization whose sole objective is to advance the arts and sciences of HVAC&R to serve humanity and promote a sustainable world.
ASHRAE's sponsorship program allows leading companies such as yours to develop a unique affinity with the Society's 53,000 volunteer members. The Society's membership includes consulting engineers, contractors, manufacturers, manufacturing representatives, architects and other industry related professionals. These industry leaders work to establish recommended design and operating practices for systems and equipment used around the world in all facets of HVAC&R.
Inspiring the Next Generation
Our world is at a crossroads and needs a new generation that can think expansively and solve problems resourcefully, however schools often don’t provide many opportunities for children to learn these skills. Fortunately, the topics of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) can help children gain these abilities, and scientific and engineering organizations can help. Dr. Ainissa Ramirez, research scientist and STEM evangelist, will share her insights and challenge us to inspire the next generation. This presentation will illustrate paths to engage children with STEM. She will make a case for the importance for STEM subjects, but for also the soft skills embedded in STEM–of imagination, creativity, curiosity, and making friends with failure–which are equally as important to create a brighter future.