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American Society of Civil Engineers - Student Chapter

TypeUndergraduate - Professional/Academic/Departmental
Meeting Day(s)Every other Tuesday during each semester
Meeting Location100 Lowry Hall
Primary ContactMallory Runion
Primary Contact
Advisor NameStephen Csernak

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) was founded in 1852 and is the oldest of the professional engineering societies. Any civil engineering student can become a member of ASCE. The Clemson ASCE student chapter (150 members strong) has been recognized as one of the best and most productive in the U.S., winning several awards from the ASCE national office. Significant activities of Clemson chapter include the concrete canoe, the steel bridge, and attendance at the Carolina's Conference. Every year the student chapter performs community projects, sponsors social events and field trips, and travels to meetings at both in-state and out-of-state locations. ASCE student chapter meetings are held the every other Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in 100 Lowry. For more information, contact the President of Clemson's ASCE student chapter, Anna Brown, or the faculty advisor, Professor Stephen F. Csernak.

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