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ASMEAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers
ASMEAmerican Society of Magazine Editors
ASMEAerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics)
ASMEAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineering
ASMEAssociation for the Study of Medical Education
ASMEAustralian Society for Music Education (Inc.)
ASMEAccess Security Management Entity
ASMEAdvanced SCSI Programming Interface
ASMEAmerican Support Material and Equipment
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Annually, members of the American Society of Magazine Editors, in association with Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, select the year's most dynamic, original, provocative and influential magazine stories.
The American Society of Magazine Editors, which sponsors the annual National Magazine Awards, has named the OA as a finalist in two categories for awards to be presented May 9 in New York City.
Monk has found only nine top editors--defined by the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) as chief editor, executive editor, or managing editor--among hundreds of mainstream, nonethnic, non urban titles from major publishing houses.
His memberships included the American Society of Magazine Editors, serving two years as its president, the Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society, and the Oriental Order of Groundhogs, a machine-tool industry fraternity.
This second annual collection by the American Society of Magazine Editors offers 18 essays and one short story chosen as the best in categories such as feature writing, criticism, profiles, and public interest.
It claims to hold more prestigious National Magazine Awards, given by the American Society of Magazine Editors, than any other newsweekly.
duPont awards), and 1,320 print entries and 60 online ones for the American Society of Magazine Editors' National Magazine Awards.
In a speech to the American Society of Magazine Editors in April he said, "I didn't understand why movie actors were the only ones who could sell magazines and why people in entertainment were the only heroes of popular culture."
* Here's a particularly painful item from The Wall Street Journal's editorial page last summer: "Reunion: The American Society of Magazine Editors just inducted two notables into it's Hall of Fame...." Funny how right that treacherous it's can look....
The American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME), sponsor of the award, stipulates that entries--three issues of a magazine from the past year-- arrive with an editorial statement of purpose, and the magazine that comes closest to fulfilling that purpose wins.
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