April 16, 2018

PHOTO: FAMU Student Chapter The Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University Student Chapter hosted a Science,...
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Members of the Howard University ASCE Student Chapter volunteered to work with children at the USA Science and Engineering Festival.
April 12, 2018

One weekend, 2 million square feet, 3,000 exhibits, a quarter-million students. It’s one of the largest STEM events in the world, so you know ASCE had to take part in the USA Science and...
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March 20, 2018

PHOTO: Central Ohio Section The Central Ohio Section hosted its fifth annual STEM Expo. Area youth had the opportunity to...
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March 8, 2018

Sometimes the simplest questions have the most complex answers. For instance: Is there a gender wage gap in civil engineering? Depending on whom you ask, the gender wage gap is either a...
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4 ways you can grow the civil engineering profession
April 14, 2016

With increasingly complex projects requiring new technology, will we have enough civil engineers prepared for the challenges of tomorrow? It is essential to inspire more students to choose careers...
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Marcellus Pitts, Civil Engineering Club mentor and coordinator in the Cobb County School System, directs one of the students working on the Marietta High School Haiti Building Container Project. Photo Credit: Marcellus Pitts
January 8, 2015

Since its discovery by Christopher Columbus in 1492, the Republic of Haiti has endured a long history of natural disasters that have destroyed countless structures, killed thousands, and left...
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December 22, 2014

As a civil engineer, you are challenged by constantly changing work environments that require creativity, adaptability, good problem-solving skills and the ability to think on one’s feet. Your work...
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October 30, 2014

From a Rhode Island ballot proposition to enhance mass transit to another in Louisiana that would establish an infrastructure bank, many states are turning to their voters next week to decide on...
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ASEE's Norman Fortenberry talks with ASCE's Casey Dinges in a segment of ASCE's Interchange video series. Watch the episode.
May 16, 2014

“One of the things we always say about engineering – is that you can be technically brilliant but if you can’t communicate that to the client or the customer or a constituent, then nobody...
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For designing a complete water purification system that can be constructed from easily available local materials, a team of 8 engineering students from the Ralph E. Martin Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Arkansas were presented the ASCE Sustainable Development Award at the Environmental Protection Agency’s EPA P3 (People, Prosperity, and the Planet) Award Competition and National Sustainable Design Expo in Washington D.C., April 25-27. Photo Credit: EPA
May 1, 2014

Many innovative engineers have successfully tackled the problem of developing water purification systems that can provide safe drinking water to developing countries around the globe who suffer from...
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