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University of Wisconsin–Platteville
June 25-27, 2021
19 ASCE Student Conferences are hosted every spring.
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ASCE's 2021 Report Card for America's Infrastructure
You've read the new
report card, now learn why it's so important for civil engineers and get all your burning questions answered!
Join us April 29 at 3 p.m. EDT as Anna Denecke, ASCE's director of infrastructure initiatives, leads a panel discussion about the report card's findings and recommendations. Learn:
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With the next round of P.E. and S.E. exams approaching, it’s nearly crunch time for those seeking professional licensure this spring
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ASCE has realigned its student conferences, creating a more integrated, consistent, and valuable student experience
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Should student members be able to vote in ASCE elections
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David S. Hurwitz, Ph.D., EIT, A.M.ASCE, a professor at Oregon State University, is committed to creating an engaging online experience for students.
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