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Videos: 2014 President-elect Nominees on Today's Engineering Issues

Watch the President-elect Nominees State Their Cases

What would the nominees for ASCE's 2014 President-elect do if elected?
Where does each stand on critical issues facing the civil engineering profession?
What makes them believe they are qualified to be president-elect and to advance to ASCE President in 2015?

In February, the candidates participated in a town hall forum at ASCE's Multi-Region Leadership Conference in Providence, RI, that was recorded for sharing here with all ASCE members.

Watch as Robert D. Stevens, Ph.D., P.E., AICP, F.ASCE, and Mark W. Woodson, P.E., L.S., D.WRE, F.ASCE offer their reasons for running and respond to five questions.

Choose any of the seven videos below by clicking on the image or question. The video will open in YouTube.

Opening Statements _______________________________________________

Opening Statements 2   

Question: 21st Century Challenges ___________________________________

Q1 OBrien 2

Question: How to Inspire Kids _______________________________________

Q3 Brockman 2

Question: Infrastructure Decision-Making ______________________________

Q4 Kaufman 2

Question: Raise the Bar ____________________________________________

Q5 Havens 3

Question: Most Proud Accomplishment in 4 Years _______________________

Q2 Mattei 3

Closing Statements ________________________________________________

Closing Statements 2

Learn more about Stevens and Woodson by reading the biographical outlines and vision statements each has submitted.
Be sure you're qualified to vote as an ASCE member at the associate grade or higher when the election season opens June 15. For details, see the ASCE election FAQ.