E Week

Get Involved in EWeek 2017!
Feb 19-25, 2017

Engineers Week is a great opportunity to reach out to kids and showcase how civil engineers are making a difference in the world around them every day!  ASCE partners with DiscoverE (formerly the National Engineers Week Foundation) to shine a spotlight on engineering. Whether you are working one on one with students, or are part of a larger pre-college outreach effort, ASCE is standing by to provide the tips, tools and resources necessary to share your love of all things Civil during 2017 Engineers Week!

Thank a volunteer!

Know an outstanding volunteer in your section or branch that is deserving of a little recognition?  Send us their name and tell us a bit about their involvement and we will recognize their efforts at the winter Multi-regional Leadership Conferences.  During Engineers Week ASCE will also send them a letter of congratulations and a special thank you gift. (One volunteer per Section or Branch please.)

Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day

Traditionally held the Thursday of Engineers Week, Introduce a Girl to Engineering is a national movement that shows girls how creative and collaborative engineering is and how engineers are changing our world.  Order FREE posters from ASCE!

Toothpick Bridge Building Event

Information on the 2017 Toothpick Bridge Building Event can be found by clicking here.

Global Marathon

The Global Marathon provides global and regional opportunities for women and provides a place to put forward ideas, solve common problems and come together. Designed to be an interactive event, the Global Marathon encourages women to engage and ask questions through live internet chat, webcasts and phone calls.  This year’s Global Marathon will take place March 8-9, 2017.

Celebrate ASCE’s New Faces of Civil Engineering

The New Faces of Engineering recognition program highlights the exciting and often unique work of young engineers and the ways that they are making a difference in the world. Today’s engineers are working to solve issues both locally and globally.  In this recognition program, Engineers  age 30 or younger are being recognized both for their professionl accomplishments and for their spirit of giving back to their community.  This year, ASCE is also recognizing Collegiate New Faces, student members in their 3rd, 4th, or 5th years of undergraduate work!

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