American Society of Civil Engineers GMU

American Society of Civil Engineers GMU

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Student chapter of American Society of Civil Engineers at George Mason University.

Operating as usual

10/14/2016

Great event at Robo Madness! Here's the steel bridge team with Cibil, the civil engineering robot!

10/12/2016

Meeting tonight!

Wednesday, October 12th at 7:30 PM in Room 1602 in the Engineering Building. This meeting will feature a guest speaker from the American Water Works Association, and food will be provided of course.

See everyone tonight!

10/08/2016

Remember this upcoming Tuesday (October 11) is the Career Fair in Dewberry Hall. Dress for success and make sure you print your resumes to hand out! Check out the website at gmuasce.strikingly.com for the company names and links to their websites!

10/03/2016

Announcemenet: The Career Panel is Monday, October 3rd (Today) at 7:30 PM in the Engineering Building Room 1602. This is great practice for the Career Fair! Hope to see many of you there!

09/28/2016

Announcement:

Several upcoming events!

Meeting this Wednesday, September 28th at 7:30 PM in the Engineering Building, Room 4201. We will have food from Panera, and our guest speaker will be Sean Kennedy from the field of structural engineering.

On Thursday, September 29th there will be a joint meeting between GMU SAME (Society of American Military Engineers) and ASCE from 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM in the Engineering Building, Room 4201.

As many of you may know, the annual career fair is quickly approaching - and to make sure everyone is ready for this, we will be holding our Resume Workshop and Career Panel in the coming weeks. The Resume Workshop will be on September 30th, and The Career Panel is on Monday October 3rd, at 7:30 PM in the Engineering Building, Room 1602. We will have representatives from many different companies at the Career Panel to give advice and answer any questions you may have about internships, resumes, networking, and being hired. Even if you are not looking for a job right now, this is still good practice! The Career Fair itself is on Tuesday, October 11th from 12:00 - 4:00 PM in Dewberry Hall.

Last, we have a fundraiser for ASCE on November 1st, from 11AM - 4PM at Panda Express. Flyers for this event will be out shortly!

09/22/2016

American Society of Civil Engineers GMU's cover photo

09/18/2016

It was a great to meet the President-Elect of ASCE today!

09/14/2016

Today is our first meeting this year! Join us in the Engineering Building, room 4201 at 7:30pm. We will have a guest speaker from DC Water and of course food.

09/08/2016

Come join us in the atrium of the engineering building! There is ice cream and it's a great time to network!

05/30/2016

Great weekend in Provo, Utah! Thank you to Brigham Young University for hosting this year's ASCE and AISC Steel Bridge Competition! It was an honor to win 1st place in Stiffness for the second year in a row!

05/02/2016

Another annual ASCE BBQ goes down in the books. Great food, company, and even got a new theme picked out for the next year's concrete canoe! Good luck to everyone on finals and congrats to our grads!

03/28/2016

Congrats to our annual ASCE Scholarship recipients, Stephen Kloecker and Alayna Bigalbal, and the ASCE Outstanding Graduating Senior Award, Whitney Woodcock

02/22/2016

Save the date! March 1st our Student Panel!

01/22/2016

Check out our Concrete Canoe Team testing our scale model canoes for the conference April 1-2! This conference will be hosted by George Washington where our Concrete Canoe and Steel Bridge teams will be competing. Look along the Potomac to see us racing!

10/19/2015

Don't forget the Career Fair is today! Make sure to come out and talk to the companies!

10/16/2015

3 days till the Career Fair! Don't forget to dress professionally, bring multiple resumes, and make sure you check out the companies that are coming and bring questions! You can check out the companies that are coming at our website: http://gmuasce.strikingly.com

10/13/2015

Only 6 days till the Career Fair! Don't forget to check out our website for the attending companies!
http://gmuasce.strikingly.com

10/05/2015

Don't forget the Career Panel is tomorrow! Come out and bring lots of questions!

09/28/2015

Timeline Photos

05/17/2015

Attention: The car wash that was being held tomorrow May 17th, has been cancelled. Apologies for the late notice and or any other inconveniences it may have caused. Hope everyone enjoys there Sunday.

05/01/2015

Congrats to our new executive board! Check out our website to see the fresh new faces of ASCE 2015-16: http://gmuasce.strikingly.com/

President: Whitney Woodcock
VP: Yahya Ahmed
Secretary: Alayna Bigalbal
Treasurer: Meghan Hartman
Program Coordinator: Dorothy Amoah-Darko
Corresponding Secretary: Rahel Ayanaw
Fundraising Chair: Jared Kellar
Social Media: Brandon Limberis

04/29/2015

American Society of Civil Engineers GMU's cover photo

04/29/2015

American Society of Civil Engineers GMU

gmuasce.strikingly.com 04/29/2015

George Mason University's ASCE

As some of you know, the GMU Steel Bridge team made it to the National Competition this year. It is going to be a big trip and we need your help! There will be a couple of fund raisers coming up, but what I want to share with you guys today is a donation page that we have set up on our new website: http://gmuasce.strikingly.com/#2

Please share this page with everyone you know, i.e. friends, family, and coworkers!! Any contribution would really help us out!

gmuasce.strikingly.com The official website for the American Society of Civil Engineers, George Mason University Chapter. Email us at [email protected]

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George Mason University's ASCE

Heads up, we have a new website, check it out: http://gmuasce.strikingly.com

It's still under construction, but some pictures are up and all feedback is appreciated.

gmuasce.strikingly.com

04/11/2015

Asce conference 2015!

02/25/2015

MASON STUDENTS:
Concrete canoe is going to be pouring this weekend!! 10am to how everlong it takes (roughly 4 hrs or more) at Tylers house! PLEASE PLEASE we NEED people to help us out!! If you can make it saturday or sunday, email us for details/rides/more at:

[email protected]

We can use as many hands as we can get!!

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Present an Interactive Project at the NOVA Mini Makerfaire!!

Calling all Makers at GMU!

Do you want to present an interactive project of something that you have made? We want to see what amazing things GMU students are Making!!
GMU has 3 booths and at the NOVA Mini Makerfaire on March 15th with over 5000 people scheduled to attend. If you want to present your project with us, apply here!! - http://goo.gl/forms/lJST3oT5vA
Please apply before March 7th!

Don't have a project but want to get involved and see what the Maker movement is about?
Apply to be a volunteer for a 3-4 hour shift and get 2 free admission tickets ($40ish), a T-Shirt, and Badge for being awesome!
For more information and to sign up: http://goo.gl/forms/2QKdx9XhHK

Please Share!

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02/12/2015

Civil Engineering a good major?

Awesome video:)
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11/11/2014

Hello Everyone,

Here is another update

Again the Itinerary (OFFICIAL - NO CHANGES WILL BE MADE)

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM: Volunteers set up tables and Ball Room

8:30 AM/9:00 AM - 10:00 AM: Companies Arrive and set up

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM: Brunch for companies/Volunteers

11:00 AM: Doors open to students

2:30/3:00 PM: End of Event/Take down

So we still need volunteers now PLEASE fill out this google docs:

https://docs.google.com/…/15_kKzdMosC8nZX1l0HKeltl4Dc…/edit…

Again the ONLY volunteers are allowed to have a private brunch with the companies.

Since set up is from 8-9am we need people to be there at 8am SHARP

Duties:
Direct companies to where they need to go
Help them bring in their things
Check in table
Set up table
Set up Brunch

Then we need people at 2:30 to 3pm to help CLEAN UP - It wont take long.

Companies:
Atkins Global
Balfour Beatty Construction
Bohler engineering
Bowman
Branch Highways
Christopher Consultants
Dewberry
ECS
Gordon
Kiewit
Lane construction
Rinker Design Associates
VHB
Whiting-Turner
Geotech Associates

Any Questions: Email us

10/22/2014

Hello Everyone,

We will be sending weekly reminders until the day of the event:

ASCE Career Fair will be hosted on

November 12th from 11-3pm (There was a change in time and location from the previous flyers)

Itinerary:
8:30am - 9:00 : Set up tables and Ball Room
9:00am - 10:00 : Companies Arrive and set up
10:00am - 11:00 : Brunch for Companies and volunteers (ONLY)
11:00 : Doors open to students
3:00 pm: End of Event/Take down
Location: The Hub Ball Room

What you need to know:

Resume CDs:
** I need everyone to send me their resumes so I can compile a CD to give to the companies.**

GRADUATING SENIORS/GRAD STUDENTS: Please note that you are graduating this fall or if you are a graduate student. I have extended the deadline to send them to me to October 27th and I will send them in to the companies on October 30th
EVERYONE ELSE: Send them into be BY November 3rd 12am, If you send it past this time/date I will not take them.

Side note: Bring several copies of your resume. (Even though I will be sending our the CD's does not mean you shouldn't bring a resume....or 10)

Dress Code:
Business casual/business professional

PLEASE DO NOT COME JEANS AND A T-SHIRT, Remember you are representing yourself and the school.

For any questions, please email us back at this email address: [email protected]

10/20/2014

Another reminder about the meeting tonight! It'll be 8 pm in enrg rm 4201. We will have an RDA transportation professional, Mo Kim, to speak about the diverging diamond interchange on i-66, and campus drive!
Free firehouse subs!

ASCE Conference 2014 10/10/2014

ASCE Conference 2014

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