Join thousands of ASCE/AEI Student Members who are making a difference in the architectural engineering professional community right now, while still in college. AEI has 23 Student Chapters in the US, all actively supporting students’ growth as future civil engineers. Being part of a student community is just one of the many ASCE/AEI member benefits you can enjoy as you plan your next moves on the path to graduation.
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PresidentGage Gibney, University of Nebraska-LincolnMasters of Architectural Engineering student with an electrical specialty, Gage has served as the AEI Student Chapter’s student affairs chair, treasurer, and president. He has also served as the student representative on the AEI Nebraska Local Chapter.
Vice-PresidentRicky Flores, Milwaukee School of EngineeringFourth year student with a structural specialty, Ricky was the AEI Student Chapter vice president and has been involved with the development of Milwaukee’s AEI Local Committee.
SecretaryMakaela Bigley, The Pennsylvania State UniversityFourth year student with a mechanical specialty, Makaela has previously been involved with AEI Student Chapter as the media chair, secretary, and president.
AEI Student Chapter Bylaws, the mission is:
This year's National Student Officers introduced the Best AEI Student Chapter Award, selected from the chapters that completed the annual chapter report.
Congratulations to the 2020 Winner: California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
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There are currently 23 AEI Student Chapters in the USA.
The creation of new AEI Chapters within Sections and Branches is strongly encouraged by ASCE. If your group is interested in forming an AEI Local Chapter, or an AEI Student Chapter, email AEI staff at
for more information.
To qualify, an AEI Student Chapter:
AEI Student Chapters are required to submit an Annual Report containing:
The Architectural Engineering Institute Student Scholarship was created by the AEI National Student Officers to provide deserving architectural engineering students with financial aid, to encourage engagement and involvement in the Architectural Engineering Institute and to encourage further education and growth in the field.
Who Can Apply?
All undergraduate and graduate level students who (1) intend to continue education in architectural engineering in the 2020-2021 academic year, and (2) are in good academic standing with their university of study, may apply for this scholarship.
Four (4) prizes of $500 each per winner will be awarded annually.
November 8, 2019 (by 11:59 pm) |
Deadline for submissions
January 27, 2020 |
Notification of award
For more information, contact the
National Student Officers.
Apply for an AEI Student Scholarship
AEI Workshop for Student Chapter Leaders
The Workshop for Student Chapter Leaders (WSCL) is a training session for student officers in AEI Student Chapters. Presentations are made by leading industry experts, and student leaders in an interactive session.
Virtual Etiquette Event
Hosted by: the ASCE National Capital Section AEI DC Committee and the AEI National Student Officers (NSOs)
Presented on October 8 2020.
ASCE Student Chapter Webinar Series
The ASCE Student Chapter Webinar Series is a series of 3-minute webinar videos on various topics relating to ASCE Student Chapters. New webinar videos are added frequently. This webinar series is ideal for Student Chapter officers who are unable to attend the Workshop for Student Chapter Leaders (especially those in Region 10).
Canstruction is an annual competition which gives the AEI Student Chapters an opportunity to give back to their community by collecting canned foods and donating it to a local food pantry.
Connect, Engage and Network With Other Architectural Engineering Professionals.
Support the brightest Architectural Engineering students from leading academic institutions.