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Carbon composites make their way from the lab to the field

Researchers at the University of Kentucky are pioneering a family of lightweight CFRP composite products.

Educating the 21st Century Civil Engineer

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Do Leadership and Social Skills Come Naturally to Civil Engineers?

Franklin Sherkow, P.E., ENV SP, is an ASCE Fellow and Life Member, and former president of ASCE’s Oregon Section. He was on the civil engineering faculty at Oregon State University for six years before returning to consulting. In today’s Member Voices, he examines the notion of natural challenges for civil engineers when it comes to leadership and communication skills. What if people with certain traits...

ASCE Releases Roadmap for the Future of Civil Engineering Education

The 2019 ASCE Education Summit, held in Dallas last May, included a mission statement of sorts as its subtitle: “Mapping the Future of Civil Engineering Education.” A year later, ASCE has released that map. The full report of summit findings is available as a free download on the ASCE website. Included in the report are four key recommendations that provide a structure of aspirations for civil engineering...

Puerto Rican school’s STEM project demonstrates “commitment to innovative learning”

A two-story middle and high school at the Baldwin School of Puerto Rico will be dedicated to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Prepare for License Exams Like a Pro

Earning your license is an important step in becoming a professional civil engineer. As in all aspects of your career, ASCE wants to see you succeed. With the fall P.E. and S.E. exam dates nearing, we know that many of you are focused on studying. To help you prepare, the Society is offering live exam review courses. These courses are designed to maximize your study...

Safeguard Your Career with Professional Education

CIVIL ENGINEERING  is a sought-after profession with excellent job prospects. Data provided in the report Civil Engineers in the United States* indicate that employment for civil engineers is projected to grow by 12 percent between 2018 and 2028. However, global uncertainty and an unprecedented level of upheaval because of the COVID-19 pandemic could impact this promising trajectory. But change—whether in the form of new technologies,...

College Graduation Week Goes Virtual

Abby Cowser has one last assignment to complete as a college student. She needs to figure out what she wants for graduation dinner. “My mom said she’ll cook me whatever I want, so that’s a plus,” Cowser said. “I might pick chicken parm – that’s one of my favorites. Or maybe something to go with cheesy potatoes.” Cowser, A.M.ASCE, graduates from Penn State University on Saturday, May...

COVID-19 Community Calls 31: College Moves Online

Every day in April, ASCE Plot Points is calling a different civil engineer from around the world to find out how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting their life, their community, their work and the civil engineering profession. Thirty days. Thirty phone calls. Plus an extra three. Community Call 31 goes to Camilla Saviz, a professor and chair of civil engineering at the University of the Pacific...

COVID-19 Community Calls 29: Staying Strong in Italy

Every day in April, ASCE Plot Points is calling a different civil engineer from around the world to find out how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting their life, their community, their work and the civil engineering profession. Thirty days. Thirty phone calls. Community Call 29 brings us to the northern part of Italy, battered by the coronavirus in March and still very much in recovery mode....