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New Faces of Civil Engineering

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The National Engineers Week Foundation in collaboration with various engineering societies, including ASCE, developed the New Faces of Engineering College Edition and Professional Edition recognition programs. ASCE recognizes diverse, global and talented engineering students and engineers age 30 or under, who are making their mark on the world, through our New Faces of Civil Engineering - College Edition and New Faces of Civil Engineering - Professional Edition recognition programs.

 

New Faces of Civil Engineering Professional Edition

Jeremy Small 2 Each year, ASCE names ten civil engineering professionals under the age of the 30 as the New Faces of Civil Engineering Professional Edition.

Finalists for this recognition will be shared with The National Engineers Week Foundation to be considered for the New Faces of Engineering Professional Edition recognition program. This inclusive national program includes representatives from the civil, mechanical, electrical, chemical, industrial and manufacturing engineering professions.

The selected New Faces profiles are featured in USA Today, key ASCE publications and profiled on the National Engineers Week website during National Engineers Week.

See a full list of past ASCE New faces of Civil Engineering - Professional Edition honorees

New Faces of Civil Engineering College Edition

Danielle Small ASCE partners with The National Engineers Week Foundation coalition to recognize top college engineering students by recognizing the most promising civil engineering professionals of tomorrow through the annual New Faces of Civil Engineering College Edition program.

Ten diverse and global civil engineering students in their third, fourth or fifth year are selected. Honorees are recognized for academic excellence, leadership within student organizations, outstanding communication skills, non-engineering related community service and involvement in the engineering industry.  This inclusive national program includes students from the civil, mechanical, electrical, chemical, industrial and manufacturing engineering majors.

In addition to being featured in key ASCE publications and social media sites, finalist applications will be shared with the National Engineers Week Foundation to be considered as the civil engineering representative amongst the New Faces of Engineering College Edition honorees.

See a full list of New Faces of Civil Engineering - College Edition honorees