Visualize life as an infinite circle of giving. Someone does something nice for you? Do something nice for someone else, and pay it forward.
On today's episode of ASCE Plot Points, we meet civil engineers who have taken this philosophy to heart.
Jose Aguilar, who works for Psomas in Tucson, AZ, talks about how he made his idea for an inspiring student competition a reality (2:01).
It's been 15 months since Hurricane Harvey pelted Southeastern Texas with historic levels of rain.
The resilience efforts continue, led by civil engineers like Carol Haddock.
Haddock, the director of public works in Houston, gives us an update on the progress made in her hometown since Harvey .
In this week's Changing the World segment, University of Central Florida student Zachary Loeb talks about how his love...
There's a great, big world out there waiting for you to explore.
Travel can be a game-changer for the perspectives that shape your work as a civil engineer.
ASCE 2018 President Kristina Swallow discusses her experiences traveling the world and the way those trips have expanded her horizons ().
In this week's Career Minded segment, Clark Nexsen CEO Chris Stone talks about the skills and traits he...
Somewhere along the way, the world mistakenly got the idea that civil engineers were shy, awkward number-crunchers, incapable of making eye contact during a conversation.
The ASCE Plot Points podcast is here to straighten out that misconception.
The new show – launching later this month on your favorite podcast platform – explodes the myth of the socially nervous civil engineer, introducing you instead to a group...