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Memberships are as otherwise provided for in these Bylaws. Those persons in the following categories shall be eligible as Members: Members are eligible to vote and hold elective offices.
All persons who are not eligible as Members but who are especially interested in naval engineering are eligible as Associate Members.
Persons eligible as Associate Members may be admitted upon application and payment of annual dues as prescribed by the Bylaws provided the application is approved by the Membership Committee. Associate Members are entitled to the same privileges as Members except voting and holding elective office.
Persons eligible as Student Members may be admitted upon application and payment of annual dues as prescribed by the Bylaws provided the application is approved by the Membership Committee.
Additionally, the Council may authorize eligible persons to be admitted as Student Members as part of a Joint Student Membership Program established by formal agreement with other appropriate entities. Student members shall be entitled to the same privileges as Members except voting and holding elective office.
Students may vote only for elected positions in a student section and for an elected student member of the Council.
Students may hold elective positions only in student sections and as an elected student member of the Council. The transition from Student Member to Associate Member shall be automatic upon graduation unless, prior to the transition date, the student submits either justification for a change to Member status or a request to terminate membership.
The Council may offer an honorary membership to such other persons as it may deem appropriate, with due regard for ethics rules, duration, regulations, or policies that may apply.
Honorary Members are exempt from paying dues and do not have voting privileges. Law Award winners and all past Presidents of the Society shall become Life Members and are exempt from paying dues. Any Member who completes 50 years of membership shall automatically become a Life Member and will be exempt from paying dues.
The Council may award honorary Life Membership to specific individuals as a means of special recognition. Members Emeritus Any Member or Associate Member, after 25 years of membership and having reached the age of 62, may, upon written request, be made a Member or Associate Member, Emeritus, Such members shall retain all of the privileges of membership.
Where two or more members reside at the same home address, they may request a single set of mailings at special dues rate established by policy of the Council. If after an additional 90 days dues have not been paid, membership shall be terminated. All terminated members will receive a letter from the Executive Director and Secretary-Treasurer inviting them to reinstate their membership under policy approved by the Council.
The officers of the Society shall be Members of the Society. The President and Vice-Presidents shall be elected officers and the Executive Director and Secretary-Treasurer shall be appointed by the Council under such terms as the Council shall decide. To the extent practical, the three Vice-Presidents shall represent a balance among the military sector, public sector civilians, the civil sector and academia with no more than two serving Vice Presidents having spent the predominant portion of their careers in the same sector.
This appointment is for a stated term which will not extend more than 60 days beyond the term of the incumbent Executive Director and Secretary-Treasurer, unless extended by action of the Council. Additionally, the Council may authorize the election of a student member of Council.
Members of the Council, except the three Vice-Presidents and the Executive Director and Secretary-Treasurer, shall be elected for a term of two years, about one-half being elected each year. If election of a student member of the Council has been authorized, the student member shall be elected by the student members of the Society for a term of office defined by the Council, not to exceed two years.
The student member shall be entitled to participate with voting privileges in all matters before the Council. Each active section shall be represented on Council by their elected Section chair.
Should the Section Chair be unwilling or unable to assume his seat on Council, the Section may elect from amongst its membership one member to serve on Council.
Chairmen of Standing Committees who are not Council members shall serve as ex officio non-voting members of the Council, but they shall not be included in establishing a quorum.
Sole authority to decide upon questions of inability to perform rests with the Council. All past Presidents of the Society shall be entitled to participate in all meetings of the Council, but shall not be included to establish a quorum.
The four most recent past Presidents shall be entitled to voting privileges in all matters considered by the Council. In the instance any of the four most recent past Presidents are not active, Council may re-assign voting privileges to another more active past President.Gallery of ASNE Award-Winning Leads.
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