Join thousands of ASCE Student Members who are making a difference in the civil engineering professional community right now, while still in college. ASCE has hundreds of Student Chapters in the US and around the world, all actively supporting students’
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University of Wisconsin–Platteville
June 26–28, 2021
Multiple Dates and Locations
19 ASCE Student Conferences are hosted every spring.
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ASCE Student Chapter Awards are based on the information in the Student Chapter Annual Reports.
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January 25–29, 2021
Connect with younger members and students virtually throughout your week to celebrate civil engineering and ASCE. We will visit each time zone once during the lunch sessions to connect across the nation and enjoy an evening social full of games, prizes, and fun!
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Kenny G. Martin, an instructor at Oregon State University, infuses his love for statics into his teaching.
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Matthew Hughes, P.E., M.ASCE, is digitizing infrastructure into GIS databases, making sure the data are accurate for utility clients.
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“I am an engineer at a time when engineers and scientists are trying to save humanity. I want the world to be habitable and sustainable for my children and generations that follow.”
"Leadership opportunities, skill development, and life-long friendships are just a few of the benefits I have had as a member of ASCE."
"ASCE has been integral in my civil engineering education and preparation for a career. It has given me a place to network and connect with fellow students and professionals."