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Joint Meeting at Cooper Union Print E-mail
Younger Member Forum
The YMF, along with ASCE Met Section Past President Anthony Cioffi, participated in a joint meeting with the ASCE student chapter at Cooper Union on October 2, 2014. The purpose of the event was to facilitate interest in the Younger Member Forum. As Cooper Union already had an ASCE meeting scheduled at this time with Tony speaking, it was decided that the YMF could join the event, would bring food and drinks, as well as invite other schools. The event was organized as part of the YMF's Student Outreach program by Bryan Gomes ( This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

In total, 42 people attended the event, 37 of which were students. The attendance was especially strong with Cooper Union, as it was easy for them to attend an event on their own campus. Additionally, several students were present from both NYU Poly and City Tech. Tony Cioffi gave a speech to the students about the ASCE Met Section. After he was done, Kyle Twitchell gave a small speech about the Younger Member Forum. Once the speeches were over, an open discussion was held with students and professors, exchanging information and discussing future events.

PE Exam Information Session Print E-mail
Younger Member Forum
On September 18, 2014, the YMF organized a PE Exam information session. The event provided attendees tips on PE exam preparation. Four panel members shared their personal experience on preparing for and attending the examination. The panel members were able to share some key strategies they used to successfully pass the examination. The session also gave attendees an opportunity to ask questions specific to their specialization during the afternoon exam. A total of 35 people attended the event, including both younger members and students.
Public Speaking Opportunities for Younger Members Print E-mail
Younger Member Forum
  • Do you want to improve your public speaking skills?
  • Do you want to make a professional impression?
  • Do you want to test your limits on your projects with Q&A?
  • Do you need presentation practice & feedback?
  • There is nothing wrong with stomach butterflies! You just have to get them to fly in formation!

    We invite you to submit your ideas and presentations for the Younger Professional Technical Lecture Series. We are looking for 15-50 minute presentations by young professionals. Please submit an abstract for review, outlining your main points of the presentation. No experience is necessary.

    For proposal submissions and/or questions, contact Jessica Wang at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

    Feel free to post this pdf flyer in your office.

    2014 ASCE National Election Results Print E-mail
    Met Section
    The 2014 ASCE national election concluded on Wednesday, August 13th. The Tellers Committee convened to verify the election results, which are as follows:

    President-elect Elect (2014-2015):
    Mark W. Woodson, P.E., L.S., D.WRE, F.ASCE

    Region Directors-Elect (2014-2017):
    Region 1: Leonard Cilli, EIT, A.M.ASCE
    Region 5: Melissa Sue Wheeler, A.M.ASCE
    Region 9: Jay H. Higgins, P.E., F.ASCE
    Technical: James R. Harris, Ph.D., P.E., F.SEI, NAE, M.ASCE

    LI Younger Members Unwind at Dave and Busters Print E-mail
    LIB Younger Member Group
    On Wednesday, June 18, 2014, 14 members of the ASCE Long Island Branch Younger Member Committee went to Dave & Busters in Westbury for a fun night. Everyone watched the World Cup opening round games on television and got appetizers, which was followed by playing a number of different arcade games.
    LIB YMC Volunteers with Habitat for Humanity Print E-mail
    LIB Younger Member Group
    The Long Island Branch Younger Member Committee recently volunteered with the Nassau County Habitat for Humanity Chapter to help rebuild a home severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Still, almost two years later, some Nassau County residents have not been able to return to the their homes due to the extent of the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.
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