American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

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The Auburn University Student Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers was the first ASCE Student Chapter founded in the Deep South and one of the first in the nation. Since our founding in 1921 we have been a leader within the ranks of ASCE Student Chapters and on Auburn University's campus.

The objective of this Chapter shall be to encourage the development of the professional consciousness, give an opportunity for civil engineering students to become acquainted, and practice working together effectively. Furthermore, the Chapter shall promote a spirit of mutual congeniality and provide friendly contact with the engineering profession. The Chapter shall encourage lifetime ASCE membership, present a good image of civil engineering, and encourage undecided engineering students to pursue a career in civil engineering.

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Career Lunch Series: Tuesday - 12:30 pm (Ramsay 314) General Body Meetings: Thursday Biweekly Meetings- 6:00 pm (Brown Kopel 2133)

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Brown Kopel 2133

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As a member of ASCE, you have the opportunity to attend leadership conferences, social events , panel discussions and connect with professionals. ASCE hosts the Civil Engineering Career Fair every Fall and Spring semester , where students have the opportunity to look for Co-Ops, internships, and job offers. We host a Career Series Lunch every Tuesday at 12:30 PM in Ramsay 314 where students enjoy free lunch while companies present about their experiences as an engineer and projects they have worked on. Concrete Canoe and Steel Bridge as well as many other national, regional, and spirit competitions take place at the Gulf Coast Regional Student Symposium each spring. The Auburn University ASCE Chapter won 1st overall at the 2022 ASCE Gulf Coast Symposium.

Kate Wilson

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Dr. Michael Perez

Category: Competition Team, Professional,
Related Major: Civil