Society News

February 25, 2014

Robert G. Evans, Ph.D., M.ASCE, is the recipient of the Royce J. Tipton Award for his outstanding research in irrigation design and water management; development of innovative techniques to modify crop environment resulting in significant…Read More >>

BY 
February 25, 2014

Armen Der Kiureghian, Ph.D., P.E., F.EMI, M.ASCE, NAE, is the recipient of the George Winter Award for his scholarly contributions to the fields of structural reliability, risk analysis, random vibrations, and earthquake engineering; for his…Read More >>

BY 
February 25, 2014

E. Eric Adams, P.E., M.ASCE; R. James Gensheimer, and Adrian W. K. Law are the recipients of the Karl Emil Hilgard Hydraulic Prize for their paper “Dynamics of Particle Clouds in Ambient Currents with Application to…Read More >>

BY 
The Black Mesa Water and Sanitation Project in Black Mesa, Arizona, is one of the pilot projects conducted as part of the Community Engineering Corps initiative.
February 24, 2014

For the past 20 years, the rising waters from Devil’s Lake Basin have caused flooding and environmental and economic impacts on the 245,000-acre Spirit Lake community, home to the Spirit Lake Tribe reservation. The loss…Read More >>

“The girls are just so very creative,” says civil engineering mentor Evangelina Paoluccio, P.E., an associate engineer with NV5. “They brought their ideas to paper, built their model, and everything just came together.”
February 21, 2014

A team of 3 middle school students from Girl Scout Troop #2225 in Modesto, California, designed an inventive transportation system of the future and, for the second consecutive year, won ASCE’s Most Innovative Design of Infrastructure Systems award…Read More >>

February 20, 2014

This is the 10th and final of a series of profiles introducing ASCE’s New Faces of Civil Engineering 2014. Many civil engineers invest their professional talents within their local community by volunteering for programs such as…Read More >>

Members of the ASCE sponsored recon team stand along with researchers and students from the University of Canterbury in Christchurch. Front row from left; Leonardo Duenas-Osorio, Craig Davis, and Melanie Liu (student) ; second row from left, Su Young Ko (student), Sonia Giovinazzi (researcher), and Paolo Franchin, third row from left Rachel Davidson and Deirdre Hart (researcher); fourth row from left, Indy Kongar (student) and  David Holland (student), and top, Alex Tang.
February 19, 2014

An ASCE-sponsored team of civil engineers traveled to New Zealand December 2-10, 2013, for the purpose of investigating and documenting case studies on multihazard earthquake-flood interaction that impacts lifeline systems and community-wide recovery following a…Read More >>

February 19, 2014

This is the ninth in a series of profiles introducing ASCE’s New Faces of Civil Engineering 2014. One of the most rewarding experiences a young civil engineer can undertake is to be part of a…Read More >>

February 7, 2014

Three ASCE members are among the Top 25 Newsmakers of 2013 selected by the editors of Engineering News-Record. ENR chose the 25 individual engineers “for their innovations and achievements, for giving back to the industry and the public,…Read More >>

February 7, 2014

 This is the eighth profile of a series to introduce ASCE’s New Faces of Civil Engineering 2014. Part of what makes the job of a civil engineer so invigorating is that they can work on…Read More >>