• 19 Oct 2018 3:59 PM | Lon Scofield (Administrator)

    Interested in furthering your professional development without leaving your office? ASNE's on-demand learning offers you a comprehensive library of technical and non-technical webinars to broaden your expertise. Best of all, many of these webinars are free for ASNE-members! Check out the October addition to our on-demand learning offerings "Global Shipbuilding Executive Summit (GSES) Lecture #1: Back to Basics with Peter Jaquith" at: http://www.navalengineers.org/Resources/Product-Info/productcd/GSESWebinar1 .

  • 11 Oct 2018 12:06 PM | Lon Scofield (Administrator)

    ASNE-TW co-hosted the May, 2018 Maritime Night at the Museum event at The Mariners’ Museum and Park in Newport News to celebrate the opening of the exhibition, Answering America’s Call: Newport News in World War I. The exhibit commemorates the 100th anniversary of America’s involvement in the “war to end all wars.” The evening was a terrific celebration of and with the Hampton Roads Maritime Community.

  • 2 Oct 2018 1:43 PM | Lon Scofield (Administrator)

    The Flagship Section of the American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) invites you to:
    Combat Systems Symposium 2018: 

    Combat Systems: Achieving Agility to Deliver Lethality and Maximize Readiness

    December 5-6, 2018
    Washington Navy Yard
    Washington DC


    See details at

    Combat Systems Symposium 2018

  • 10 Sep 2018 12:10 PM | Lon Scofield (Administrator)

    See page 36 for an excellent article on the Multi-Agency Craft Conference:

  • 28 Jun 2018 3:06 PM | Lon Scofield (Administrator)

    Congratulations to the 2018-2019 Scholarship Recipients!

    ASNE Delaware Valley Section Scholarship
    Mr. Demostenes Santiago
    Pennsylvania State University
    Civil Engineering

    ASNE Flagship Section Scholarship
    Mr. Julian Fraize
    Stevens Institute of Technology
    Engineering, Concentration in Naval Engineering

    MIDN Richard Kang
    United States Naval Academy
    Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

    ASNE Headquarters Restricted Funds Mr. David Eidelman
    Florida Institute of Technology
    Ocean Engineering

    MIDN 2/C Sean Golhke
    University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Nuclear Engineering

    BMT John J. Nachtsheim Scholarship
    Ms. Sarah Stretch
    Webb Institute
    Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

    ASNE San Diego Section Scholarship
    MIDN 1/C Aaron Bongco
    University of Arizona
    Chemical Engineering

    Mr. Alexander Gonzalez
    Florida Atlantic University
    Ocean Engineering

    ASNE Tidewater Section Admiral David Donohue Scholarship
    MIDN 2/C Daniel Vedova
    Carnegie Mellon University
    Mechanical Engineering

    ASNE Tidewater Section James Pitt Scholarship
    Mr. Todd Kingston
    Purdue University
    Mechanical Engineering

    ASNE Tidewater Section Captain Joseph Yurso Scholarship
    MIDN Patrick Leary
    Virginia Tech
    Aerospace Engineering

    James A. Lisnyk Fund
    Ms. Taylor Campbell
    Webb Institute
    Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

  • 28 Jun 2018 3:05 PM | Lon Scofield (Administrator)

    Did you know ASNE gives student awards for outstanding performance in particular areas of naval engineering? 2018 recipients include:

    • U.S. Naval Academy: Midshipman Rachel Fortner, USN
    • U.S. Coast Guard Academy: Cadet Richard "Gabe" Zogby, USCG
    • U.S. Merchant Marine Academy: Midshipman Patrick McGuinness
    • MIT Brand Award: LCDR Daniel D Huynh, USN
    • Senior Officer School Material Readiness Course: CDR Wade Smith and LCDR William Fensterer

    Congratulations - and best wishes as you move toward your next duty assignments!

  • 18 May 2018 5:31 PM | Lon Scofield (Administrator)


    ASNE Tidewater Section was privileged to be a ​2018 Open House sponsor for the Tidewater Wooden Boat Workshop (TWBW) located in Norfolk, VA. We as a Section were able to donate $250 to help them celebrate the accomplishments of their young boat builders and see the craftsmanship on several of the boats in progress for the 3rd Annual Open House event. 

    ​TWBW relies on community volunteers and generous support of donors to make a difference in the lives of local youths not only for a safe place to go after school, but also “Teaching Life Skills Through Boatbuilding”. This includes teamwork, leadership, math skills, blueprint reading, using hand tools, and a sense of accomplishment and hard work. The workshop is provided in partnership with the Norfolk Redevelopment & Housing Authority, and allows kids to imagine something different for their lives as they learn new skills. Once the boats are completed they are water tested and used by the students in the program. If a student is not in a boat rowing or sailing, they are shore side working on a battery of water quality tests to see the progress of environmental clean up of the Elizabeth river. 

    Thank You Members for participation the ASNE TW section. With out your support we could not reach out and support others in the Maritime Community !! 

    ​Want to learn more  ???​ 

    ASNE and the TWBW will team up again on June 9-10th, where they will set up a demonstration tent next to our ASNE-Sika Build-A-Boat Challenge. 

    You can also learn more at www.twbw.org​

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