October 2017 Print

President's Report

Alamo ASHRAE,

The days are getting shorter, the weather is finally bearable, and all of a sudden we have cruised right into October. Our chapter has been hard at work, and I would like to take the time to thank all of our volunteers who have put in a good bit of effort to keep our chapter running smoothly and getting off to such a great start. 

Our Student Activities Committee lead by John Delgado and Casey Bordelon have done an outstanding job of energizing our UTSA Student Chapter.

Chelsea Moussouni has rolled up her sleeves and hit the ground running in her first year as the Chapter Technology Transfer Committee Chair. She has helped with lining up some quality speakers and topics for our monthly chapter meeting. And, is working on coordinating Technical Sessions focusing on HVAC Engineering Fundamentals slated for early 2018 (stay tuned for more details). [All while studying for the upcoming PE exam, and holding down her full time 9-5].

Even the old Squirrel Cage has gotten a welcomed refresh. If you’ve noticed a change in format, all the credit goes to Anna Morton our Newsletter Editor. Anna is also the creative mastermind behind the illustrations. 

It takes a team to keep the chapter going, and we hope the membership is getting value from the content, events, and programs we are providing. If there is anything we can do to improve please feel free to reach out and provide feedback.

We have our annual fall Clay Shoot planned for next month on Thursday November 2nd. All money raised goes directly back to the chapter, for scholarships and to support ongoing ASHRAE Society research. Our website is continuously updated with the latest events and information, so check back often.

I hope each of you will take some time out of your busy schedule to read through our newsletter, and see what upcoming events, meetings, and activities you’d like to come out and support. 

Best Regards, 

Chris Delgado, PE 

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