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Ask Anthony: As a recent civil engineering grad, how can I get a job – quickly?

Pandemic or no pandemic, the key to finding a job remains the same.

‘Resilient’ University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez student teams win two ASCE championships

The student teams from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez won both the ASCE Sustainable Solutions Competition and the ASCE UESI Surveying Competition.

Hybrid course helps new students feel connected — even from home

Freshmen-level architectural engineering course at Cal Poly fosters a sense of community for students on and off campus.

Two years later – University of Florida repeats concrete canoe championship

The University of Florida concrete canoe team's 2021 championship might rank as one of the strangest title defenses in sports history.

First all-female concrete canoe team ready for Society-level competition

Ahead of the 2021 Society-wide Concrete Canoe Competition, the Youngstown State University concrete canoe team has secured their place in ASCE history as the competition’s first all-female team.

Record-breaking donation to fund student activities for generations to come

Jean-Louis and Janet Briaud recently announced a $1 million gift to the ASCE Foundation.

ASCE 2021 Virtual Concrete Canoe Competition+ fields of qualifying schools set, ready for June

The ASCE 2021 Society-wide Concrete Canoe Competition field is set. Which schools made the cut?

Shape ASCE’s future with your vote

The 2021 ASCE Election is officially open! You can help shape the Society’s future, by voting on who will lead the organization.

How COVID-19 affected maritime coursework

The pandemic caused some choppy seas for a maritime academy’s engineering students.

University course teaches sustainability from all angles

Sophomore-level civil engineering course introduces students to the three legs of sustainability: environment, economy, and society.