Join the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

"Since 1852, ASCE has helped civil engineers find their professional home, and being part of an ASCE Student Organization will help you master the civil engineering skills you need to enter the profession."

For additional information please contact Dr. Jim Cox who is the ASCE Faculty Advisor at UVU.

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ASCE Faculty Advisor

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ASCE Officers

Julie Hansen

President

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Scott Newin

Vice President

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Mike Strong

Recording Secretary

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Thomas Elder

Corresponding Secretary

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Hailey Seegmiller

Treasurer

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Steven Taylor

Jr Officer

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Get Involved in Design Competitions

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National Student Steel Bridge Competition

Civil Engineering students are challenged to an intercollegiate competition that supplements their education with a comprehensive, student-driven project experience from conception and design through fabrication, erection, and testing, culminating in a steel structure that meets client specifications and optimizes performance and economy. The Student Steel Bridge Competition increases awareness of real-world engineering issues such as spatial constraints, material properties, strength, serviceability, fabrication and erection processes, safety, esthetics, project management, and cost. Success in competition requires application of engineering principles and theory, and effective teamwork. Future engineers are stimulated to innovate, practice professionalism, and use structural steel efficiently.

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2019 National Student Concrete Canoe Competition

Since the early 1970s, ASCE student chapters have been constructing and racing concrete canoes in the National Student Concrete Canoe Competition. During that time, canoe mixes and designs have varied, but the long-established tradition of teamwork, camaraderie and spirited competition has been constant. Teams, their associates, judges, and all other participants are expected to maintain and build upon this tradition

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