Young Engineers Making a Big Difference in the World

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September 26, 2011

ASCE is continuing its yearly tradition of recognizing diverse, global and talented engineers, age 30 or under, who are making their mark on the world, by naming them the 2012 New Faces of Civil Engineering.  This year, due to the introduction of an edition focused on college level engineers, the program name has changed to the New Faces of Civil Engineering – Professional Edition. 

While the name may have changed, the program will continue as it has for the past 8 years to honor the nation’s most promising young engineering professionals by highlighting their professional contributions and noting the direct and positive effects they have on the public’s everyday lives.  

ASCE is now accepting nominations for the 2012 New Faces – Professional Edition through Oct. 21! To learn more about the program, submission guidelines, and to download the nomination form visit the New Faces section of the ASCE website.  Also be sure to check out the 2011 nominees on the ASCE YouTube Channel.  The winning engineers will be saluted in a full-page ad in USA Today during next year’s National Engineers Week, Feb. 19-25, engineering trade publications, as well as the ASCE homepage and social media channels.

If you were a judge, what traits would you like to see in the nominees?

Tracy Withrow – Manager, State Public Relations

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