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Leadership Resources

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With a membership that spans the enitre profession, ASCE calls on the leadership expertise of industry experts, heads of industry, younger members, and more to provide you with the best resources for being a leader in your practice and the profession.

Blogs and Podcasts

ASCE blogs and podcasts offer you the opportunity to learn from the best and brightest in the industry.  From the ASCE President's Blog, LME Live, and Insights Podcast, ASCE bring you convenient resources providing invaluable insight into the industry.

Report Card for America's Infrastructure

Report Card horiz logoThe American Society of Civil Engineers and its members are committed to protecting the health, safety, and welfare of the public, and as such, are equally committed to improving the nation's public infrastructure.  To acheive that goal, the Report Card depicts the conditions and performance of the nation's infrastructure in the familiar form of a school report card - assigning letter grades that are based on physical conditions and needed fiscal investments for improvement. Learn More.


Alicia HermannFrom ASCE's Diversity by Design Manual to ASCE's New Faces of Civil Engineering, ASCE is committed to promoting diversity within the profession.  ASCE's Committee on Diversity and Women in Civil Engineering provides information and resources on issues relating to fostering diversity and inclusivity within the civil engineering workforce. ASCE's Committee on Diversity and Inclusion provides the Society with leadership in all matters of diversity and inclusino within the civil engineering community.  Learn More.

Salary Survey

Want to know where you stand compared to the profession?  ASCE's Salary Survey is the only real-time civl engineering compensation survey.  Data for your enigneering level is provided as a membership benefit at no cost. Learn More.


Industry Leaders Council

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The ASCE Industry Leaders Council (ILC) engages senior leaders from industry, academia, government, and non-governmental organizations to identify emerging industry trends impacting the civil engineering profession; identify innovative approaches and solutions to infrastructure challenges; and partner with ASCE to drive change in the industry and the profession.


LEAD Program - Transforming Engineering Managers into Effective Leaders

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Take Part in ASCE’s Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Program to be better equipped to lead project teams, improve client relationships, create a leadership culture, and more.  This eight-month, highly interactive course begins on November 16, 2011, at ASCE Headquarters in Reston, Virginia.

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  Register Register today! The October 28 deadline is quickly approaching.