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  • Region 10 is the home of ASCE International members and covers all countries outside of North America.

    International Sections, Branches & Groups of ASCE are formed to promote the technical and professional development of members through meetings and study of local engineering practice. ASCE encourages the spirit of cooperation among engineers and with other engineering societies in matters of common interest.

    Region 10 Member Count: 24,740

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  • Letters of Invitation to Attend an ASCE Event

    Registration to an event must be completed and paid in full before a Letter of Invitation may be requested. A copy of your registration payment receipt must accompany your request. The Letter of Invitation will only be sent by email to the email address that you provide. ASCE cannot intervene on behalf of the invitees with the Embassy or U.S. Consulate via fax, phone, surface mail, or email. For specific information about registration and deadlines, review the "For International Travel" page on the conference website you are attending.

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  • Global News

    The Philadelphia Younger Member Forum partnered with Northwood Academy Charter School for a school-wide Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) night. K-12 outreach Co-Chairs Caroline Voigtsberger and Assunta Daprano were joined by Christopher Medora, Tisha...Read More >>

    Michael Paddock, P.E., M.ASCE, is a 30-year member of ASCE, a licensed civil engineer and surveyor. His professional career was spent managing teams of over 100 engineers designing infrastructure projects over $1 billion and was...Read More >>

    In 2003, Fred C. Benson, a professor at Texas A&M Kingsville passed away. A few of his friends, family, and students got together and created the Fred C. Benson Endowed Civil Engineering Scholarship in his...Read More >>

    Last year “The Highway of Death” came to its own end. Today in Greece, after a decade of Herculean efforts, a motorway with no such epithet traverses the highly seismic northern coastline of the Peloponnese,...Read More >>

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