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BSCES posts two different types of news; organization news, below, which includes the latest BSCES and ASCE announcements about program activities, undertakings, and member benefits, and industry news, which includes local and national occurrences impacting the civil engineering profession.
NGSEA is a local student chapter of the Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) and this year, for the second year in a row, SEI has selected NGSEA to receive the 2021 SEI Graduate Student Chapter of... Read More
The newly formed BSCES Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) Committee hosted their first event in April, titled Finding a Roadmap Forward. The event featured guest speaker Dr. Lisa M. Black, the... Read More
Perhaps it’s fitting that we end Volume 45 with a focus on the future and lessons from our past. “Emergency Preparedness” is a topic familiar to civil engineers and planners, and after this year-plus... Read More
Our May Issue of BSCESNews is focused on State of Infrastructure and includes updates from the Government Affairs & Professional Practice committee. Read More
While COVID-19 may have stopped some things, there are some traditions that persevere. Such is the case for the two major BSCES competitions, the New England Regional Future City Competition and The... Read More
We’re over a year out from the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and wide-scale shift to socially-distanced life, and boy have we learned a lot. One thing that stands out to me (besides the fact that many... Read More
It’s construction month at BSCESNews. Read the Letter from the Editor for a summary of what to expect in this month’s issue, plus an announcement for a socially-distanced activity for BSCES members. Read More
Are you passionate about civil engineering history and looking for a socially-distant outdoor activity to do this Spring? We encourage you to get outside, learn about the ASCE historic civil engineering... Read More
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