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YMF Hosts Student Pizza Party Print E-mail
Younger Member Forum
On April 30, 2015, the YMF held a Pizza Party for student chapters with the intention of facilitating interest in ASCE and the YMF. All of the participating students were involved with their own ASCE Student Chapters (many were e-board members and highly involved), and already knew about many of the benefits of ASCE. However, there were many things the students learned about including future benefits of ASCE enrollment, PDH credits, continuing education, conferences, site visits, and much more.

The event was held at Parsons Brinckerhoff's office located at One Penn Plaza. Pizza and drinks were provided. Students were greeted as they entered the room. The YMF members began the meeting with introductions around the room of both YMF members and  students. Then YMF members described the benefits of ASCE in detail, and addressed questions and concerns that the students had about joining the YMF. Many students stayed after the presentation to talk to the YMF members and other students.

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LIB YMC Volunteers in Hempstead with Habitat for Humanity Print E-mail
LIB Younger Member Group
The ASCE Long Island Branch Younger Member Committee and the Institute of Transportation Engineers Met Section Younger Members Committee held their first joint volunteering event with the Nassau County Habitat for Humanity Chapter on May 9, 2015.
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The Adaptable Machine: TBMs as the Ideal Solution for Tunneling in Extreme Conditions Print E-mail
Geotechnical Group
Mr. Lok Home (left) with Geotechnical Group Vice Chair, Jared Green. Photo by Ming Zhang.
Mr. Lok Home, President of The Robbins Company, delivered the 13th Annual William Barclay Parsons Lecture on the topic, "The Adaptable Machine: TBMs as the Ideal Solution for Tunneling in Extreme Conditions" on April 23, 2015 at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York City.
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Supporting the Development of Future Engineers Print E-mail
Long Island Branch
High School Student, Alanna McClancy, (left) with ASCE LIB Vice President, Adam DeVito, (right)
by Adam DeVito and Alanna McClancy

In the time since the inaugural National Engineers Week in 1951, engineers have designed the US Interstate Highway system connecting communities and cities, built taller skyscrapers, and developed the spacecraft allowing people to walk on the moon.
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Challenges and Solutions: Rt 7 Wittpenn Bridge over the Hackensack River Print E-mail
Structures Group
Pictured from right to left: Lynne Baumann, P.E., Leonardo Giraldo, P.E., Kathryn Conlon, P.E.
On March 25, 2015, the ASCE Met Section Structures Group hosted a lecture on the Route 7 Wittpenn Bridge over the Hackensack River. Lynne Baumann and Leonardo Giraldo from Jacobs Engineering gave a presentation on the replacement of the aging link between Kearny and Jersey City.
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Geotechnical Aspects - 2014 New York City Building Code Print E-mail
Geotechnical Group
Mr. Robert Alperstein (right) with Geotechnical Group Chair, John Grillo. Photo by Ming Zhang.
Mr. Robert Alperstein, PE, DGE, delivered the inaugural RA Lecture on the topic "Geotechnical Aspects – 2014 New York City Building Code" on March 26, 2015 at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York City.
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