The Civil and Environmental Engineering Student Association (CEESA) welcomes all undergraduate and graduate students in Course 1 at MIT.
2015 has seen the MIT ASCE Student Chapter involved in a number of community service events in the Boston area. In April, we volunteered at the Cambridge Science Festival where we helped introduce toddlers, adolescents, and young teenagers to the phenomena of tension and compression with model cable-stayed and arch bridges. In May, we assisted with the 26th annual Cleaner Greener Quincy where we picked up trash from Merrymount Park. In August, here at MIT we supported the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in its efforts to attract incoming freshmen to the department. The school wide Activities Midway featured a departmental booth with information and souvenirs for those who expressed interest. The annual Freshman Pre-Orientation Program, Discover Course 1, engages prospective Civil and Environmental engineers in a week-long program which introduces them to the department with numerous projects and activities that provide both academic and professional exposure to the field.
Important: To be recognized as a BSCES member you must login using your BSCES assigned username and password.
Please note: BSCES membership is handled through ASCE. To update your contact information, please visit their Manage Your Account page.
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