Skip to content

American Society of Civil EngineersASCE Met Section

Home arrow News
All News
2015 Multi-Region Leadership Conference Print E-mail
Long Island Branch
Photo credit: Rafiq Chowdhury
The 2015 Multi-Region Leadership Conference—held from January 9th-10th, 2015 in Miami, Florida—consisted of three tracks to cater to a broad audience. The event focused on Section Leaders, Younger Member Groups and Student Chapter Officers.
Everything Moves in Different Ways Print E-mail
Geotechnical Group
Mr. Paul Thurlow (right) with Geotechnical Group Chair, John Grillo. Photo by Sean Lee
Mr. Paul Thurlow delivered the 40th Martin S. Kapp Lecture on "Everything Moves in Different Ways" on January 22, 2015 at Stout NYC. In his talk, Mr. Thurlow discussed the development and application of instrumentation monitoring and real time process associated with several major infrastructure projects.
Morgan DiCarlo Recognized in ASCE's New Faces of Civil Engineering College Edition Print E-mail
Younger Member Forum
Each year, ASCE recognizes ten promising students who have demonstrated strong analytical skills, practical ingenuity, creativity, good communication skills, business and management knowledge, leadership, high ethical standards, professionalism, and flexibility as part of its New Faces of Civil Engineering – College Edition. These well-rounded students reflect the hope and promise of the next generation of civil engineers.

Morgan DiCarlo, a junior at Stony Brook University, is included in 2015 class of New Faces. The founder and current President of the ASCE student chapter at Stony Brook, she was the recipient of the ASCE Met Section Scholarship in May 2014 and also received the ASCE Long Island Branch Student Outreach Committee's Certificate of Recognition in 2014. To read more about Morgan's accomplishments and future goals, see her feature on the Stony Brook website.

YMF Participates in the Eastern Regional Younger Member Council (ERYMC) Print E-mail
Younger Member Forum
Each year, the leaders of the ASCE younger member groups along the east coast meet at one location to share ideas about how to improve their respective sections and the civil engineering community. On January 9 and 10, 2015, about 100 younger members met in Miami, Florida for a packed schedule of interactive sessions. The attending Metropolitan Section YMF officers included Kimberly Hirt (First Vice President), Sam Singer (Second Vice President), and Avi Englard (Treasurer).
Mentors and Mentees Needed for Mentoring Program Print E-mail
Younger Member Forum
College students and engineering professionals are invited to join the Younger Member Forum's pilot Mentoring Program. Mentoring groups will consist of three people: a college student/entry level professional, intermediate level professional, and a senior level professional. Groups will be formed based on civil engineering field, location and career path.
Member Perspective: ASCE Annual Convention in Panama Print E-mail
Met Section
The canal's system of locks are fed by rainwater stored in Gatun Lake.
By: Robert Ervolina, P.E., M.ASCE, ASCE Met Section Director

As a lifelong resident of New York City, I see manmade wonders on a daily basis, so I was not expecting to be impressed by the Panama Canal.
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>

Results 31 - 36 of 338