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Main Speaker - December 2014

Ron Patterson, Assistant City Manager - City of Frisco Topic: "Public-Private Partnership: Multi-Use Events Center, Dallas Cowboys Practice Facility and Headquarters – and more" Ron Patterson is an Assistant City Manager with the City of Frisco, Texas where he works in a collaborative envi...

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Meeting Sponsor - December 2014

Charles Gojer & Associates, Inc. is an organization of professionals specializing in civil and structural engineering, serving a broad client base in both public and private sectors.Since 1973, the firm has served as the engineer-of-record on thousands of projects across the Southwest. CGA offer...

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ASCE Dallas Education Resources Webpage

In partnership with AIA Dallas, ASCE Dallas is looking to become a greater resource to high school students (as well as their parents & teachers) interested in studying civil engineering in college. This effort will be primarily focused on gathering information from universities around the state...

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Future Cities Competition – Mentors Needed

The Future City Competition – a DiscoverE Program – is designed to inspire 6-8th grade students about engineering by challenging them to solve the real-world problems associated with building a livable city of the future. Hundreds of North Texas students will be working hard from October...

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Coppell Expo

On November 2nd, a group of ASCE-Dallas volunteers shared information about the Civil Engineering profession at the 7th Annual Engineering Expo at Coppell High School. Hundreds of North Texans, from elementary to high school students, attend the Expo to interact with industry professionals and unive...

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Girl Scouts Mentoring

In conjunction with the Girl Scouts of North East Texas, 5 ASCE-Dallas women are mentoring a group of 11 middle school girls in the Cookie Box Creation Competition. The team is tasked with designing and building a “Freshwater Aquatic Ecosystem” using only the iconic cookie boxes. From No...

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Nepris – Video Chatting With Students

Looking for a volunteering opportunity to inspire students in STEM, but can’t take much time off and travel to schools? Nepris is an online platform that connects students to industry professionals. First teachers submit topic requests, then you virtually connect with the classroom for interac...

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Daniel W. Mead Prize for Younger Members

This prize was established and endowed in 1939 by Daniel W. Mead, Past President and Honorary Member, ASCE. The paper must address professional ethics with respect to the following question or statement: An engineer's prime focus is safety of design, but safety concerns may sometimes be limited to...

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ASCE Dallas Branch Wins Website Award

The ASCE Dallas Branch has recently received notice that we have won the 2014 Outstanding Large Section and Branch Web Site Award. This is the fourth time the Dallas Branch has recieved this award in the last five years (2010, 2011, 2013 and 2014). Many thanks goes to our communications committee ...

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Edmund Friedman Young Engineer Award for Professional Achievement

To recognize the professional contributions of younger members of the Society, Edmund Friedman, Past President, ASCE, contributed funds to establish the Edmund Friedman Young Engineer Award for Professional Achievement. The Award was officially instituted by action of the Executive Committee of the ...

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