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Reasons to #FixTheTrustFund

Women in Engineering

IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) is the largest international professional organization dedicated to promoting women engineers and scientists and inspiring girls around the world to follow their academic interests to a career in engineering.

Stephen Colbert will fund every grant request the South Carolina public school teachers had made on DonorsChoose.org. That’s right, every request from each teacher in the entire state, totaling almost a thousand grants and $800,000.

Engineering Outlook [INFOGRAPHIC]

Powerful New Ad Shows Why Girls Avoid Science and Tech — And How We Can Change

Change is possible- make a gift to the ASCE Foundation today!

Niek Dekker - Connect a million minds

Scaling Washington Exhibition at the National Building Museum in Washington D.C. Photographs by Colin Winterbottom, capturing restoration efforts at the Washington Monument and National Cathedral following the August 2011 earthquake.

Engineering For Us! Scroll down for a great selection of videos on what engineers do for us.

Do you relate to what our engineers said? Do you like playing with Legos, building things and tearing them down, fixing things, making and flying paper airplanes? Well, we hate to break it to you but you may actually be an engineer at heart.

Watch Ed Norton and Steve Buscemi Help John Oliver Shake Up the Debate Over Infrastructure | TIME

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Infrastructure (HBO)

Train Valentines from Play Trains! Includes Thomas & Friends, Dinosaur Train, and steam engine cards. Lots of free printable valentines, too...

Celebrate Engineering Week and share.

Fresh on IGM > Future Road Technology: Eco-Pave and likely even recycled plastics will be the standard materials in road construction of the future. See the rest 8 innovations in traffic technology that will take road safety to the next level. > infographicsmania...

Everything You Need to Know to Become a Successful Civil Engineer

So how motivated are you? Great reminder.

The Foundation support the ASCE Civil Engineering Club in Georgia, who launched Project to Aid Struggling Haitians.

Foundation staff are at the ASCE Miami-Dade Branch Eastern Region Younger Member Conference!

As a civil engineer, you are challenged by constantly changing work environments that require creativity, adaptability, good problem-solving skills and the ability to think on one’s feet. Your work may be below the surface delivering tunnels, underground railways and energy and water supplies as well as above the surface creating roads, bridges, stadiums, hospitals, skyscrapers and many more

2014 was a momentous year for the ASCE Foundation. The Foundation celebrated 20 years of giving back to the civil engineering profession, and it is looking forward to the next 20 years.

Thomas W. Smith III, ENV SP, CAE, M.ASCE, becomes executive director of the American Society of Civil Engineers

Wishing You A Successful New Year with Gifts of Brightest Prospect. #HappyNewYear #HappyNewYear2015