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New Faces of Civil Engineering

  • ASCE’s New Faces of Civil Engineering recognition programs highlight the next generation of civil engineering leaders. By showcasing young, diverse, talented engineers the program shows that engineering is an exciting profession open to everyone.

    Ten honorees are selected by ASCE in each of two divisions: Collegiate and Professional. One honoree per division will be selected as the "New Face of Civil Engineering" by DiscoverE (formerly the National Engineers Week Foundation). 

    The 2017 New Faces of Civil Engineering -- Professional and Collegiate Edition -- have been announced! Interested in becoming a New Face? Read the requirements below to see if you have what it takes! 
    Applications for the 2018 cycle open September 2017. Check back then apply through DiscoverE.

  • New Faces of Civil Engineering Collegiate Edition

    What does it take to become a New Face, Collegiate Edition?

    • A great story to tell that can be appreciated by non-engineers
    • Undergraduate engineering student (3rd, 4th, 5th year) as of the current academic year. (Graduate and Ph.D. students are not eligible)
    • Enrolled in a bachelors of science in engineering program from an ABET Accredited (EAC) recognized U.S. college or university or from an equivalent international educational institution.
    • GPA of 3.0 or higher
    • Member of ASCE (free for students)
    • Leadership in student organizations, community service, communication skills, academic excellence, involvement in the engineering industry

    Honorees receive:

    • Articles in school media, local news, and ASCE media outlets
    • The opportunity to be identified by DiscoverE as the national “New Face of Civil Engineering – College Division and receive a $500 scholarship

    Apply to be a New Face, Collegiate Edition

    The 2018 nominations will open in September 2017 on the DiscoverE website, and will close in November 2017.


    New Faces of Civil Engineering Professional Edition

    What does it take to become a New Face, Professional Edition?

    • A great story to tell that can be appreciated by non-engineers
    • 30 years of age or younger as of December 31, 2017
    • Degree in engineering from an ABET accredited U.S. college or university, or from an equivalent international educational institution
    • Member of ASCE
    • Leadership in organizations, community service, communication skills, involvement in the engineering industry

    Honorees receive:

    • Articles in ASCE news vehicles; hometown, local and national media outlets
    • Recognition at ASCE’s OPAL Gala
    • The opportunity to be identified by DiscoverE as the national “New Face of Civil Engineering – Professional Division”

    Apply to be a New Face, Professional Edition

    The 2018 nominations will open in September 2017 on the DiscoverE website, and will close in November 2017.

    To learn more please contact us.


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