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August 13, 2018

The ASCE Board Executive Committee approved recommendations from the Committee on Student Members to establish new protocols for ASCE Student Chapters, steel bridge participants, and Student Conference organizers affected by the recent change in the

August 16, 2018

They came with ambition to spare. They left with the tools to make those ambitions a reality. The annual ASCE Younger Member Leadership Symposium rolled into Reston, VA, last weekend, gathering young engineers from across…Read More >>

August 15, 2018

Choosing the right membership association is like buying a car. You want to get the car that will take you where you want to go, with the most value for your money. And you want…Read More >>

August 9, 2018

Randy P. Wall, P.E., M.ASCE, is a vice president for the Western Branch of ASCE’s Montana Section. He is the president of the Engineering Leadership Institute, consulting with firms to create success-focused cultures, improve operations, and…Read More >>

August 4, 2018

The topics – sustainability, climate change, inclusion – are so big they demand a global conversation. The 2018 Global Engineering Congress will provide the venue. Slated for Oct. 20-26 in London, the GEC is hosted…Read More >>

August 4, 2018

The Philadelphia Younger Member Forum has been awarded an ASCE Student Transition Activity (STAY) Grant. STAY Grants are grants that ASCE allocates to assist its membership communities in developing or expanding activities aimed at increasing immediate student…Read More >>

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August 4, 2018

Kancheepuram “Guna” N. Gunalan will be ASCE’s 2019 President-Elect, elected by Society members in May and poised to be inaugurated in October at the Society’s annual membership meeting. A year later, he will become the…Read More >>

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August 17, 2018

When we plug our phones into the wall we expect them to start charging, and when we flip a light switch we expect the lights to go on. Most of the time, these systems work just fine, but this week, travelers at Washington’s Reagan National Airport sat for 90 minutes with no power, while others...

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August 15, 2018

On Wednesday, the Texas Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers released a new report and recommendations, Addressing Flood Risk: A Path Forward for Texas After Hurricane Harvey. This document expands on the findings of the 2017 Report Card for Texas’ Infrastructure, which graded flood infrastructure at a “D,” by exploring the existing landscape...

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August 03, 2018

This week, the U.S. Senate passed their second Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 “minibus” spending package by a vote of 92-6. This legislation combined the following appropriations bill: Interior & Environment (S. 3073); Financial Services (S. 3107); Transportation, Housing & Urban Development (THUD)(S. 3023); and Agriculture & Federal Drug Administration (S. 2976). The House passed a...

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August 03, 2018

ASCE participated this week in the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) annual Legislative Summit. Approximately 5,500 state legislators, legislative staff, decision-makers, and others attended the meeting to hear from experts and fellow legislators about policy challenges we face today and solutions to these challenges. ASCE exhibited at the 2018 Legislative Summit, and several volunteers from ASCE’s...

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