Annual Golf Tournament Organized by ASCE Roanoke

On April 29th a dedicated group of ASCE members and invited guests from the Roanoke, VA area came together to mix work and pleasure on the golf course.  The event was the ASCE Roanoke Branch’s annual golf outing to benefit the ASCE student chapter of the Charles E. Via Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Virginia Tech. Many longtime sponsors such as Froehling & Robertson, Inc., ECS Mid-Atlantic, AECOM, and Permatile Concrete Products and others helped make the tournament, held at Hanging Rock Golf Club in Salem, VA, a success.  The weather, fortunately, was cooperat...

STEM Camp at Danahoe Elementary , Henrico VA

                On 25th May 2016, STEM Camp was organized for 5th Grade students by Danhoe Elementary School in Henrico, Virginia. Rajan Jha ( ASCE Vice President) was one of the 6 invited STEM professionals who shared their job experience and significance of science & technology in everyday's life.  Rajan helped students understand the role of a Civil Engineer and encouraged them to pursue one as a career. "Civil Engineers keep life running on this planet. From building infrastructures, providing clean drinking water and ...


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Assembly of Delegates

ASCE Region 4 Assembly is scheduled to be held in Nashville, TN on April 15-16. Click on the documents below to know more about the event and the registration process. Region-4-Nashville-04-16-Registration.Pdf Region-4-Nashville-04-16-Registration.xls Region-4-Strategic-Initiative-Workshop.docx

Dr Basco recognized with International Coastal Engineering Award

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In the continuing effort to enhance communications between ASCE Headquarters and the Regions, Sections, and Branches, Geographic Services is pleased to announce that Dr. David R. Basco, Ph.D., P.E., M.ASCE of the Norfolk Branch of the Virginia Section has been selected to receive the 2016 International Coastal Engineering Award “For contributions that advance coastal engineering through research, education, engineering practice and professional leadership, especially through his successful online coastal engineering certificate and graduate program reaching engineers in fifteen countries.” ...

ASCE VA Section Scholarship- 2016

The ASCE Virginia Section scholarship is funded by direct contributions from ASCE members as well as contributions from ASCE VA Section and Branches. Eligibility includes being a student member of ASCE or a child, grandchild or legal dependent of an ASCE Virginia Section member/Life Member; being enrolled full-time in a four-year Bachelor of Science in Civil or equivalent engineering program at an ABET accredited college or university; being a freshman, sophomore or junior at time of application; and having a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Criteria for selection ...

2017 Terrell Paper Competition

The Region 4 Assembly, which includes all ASCE members in the states of Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia, sponsors an annual competition and award for a Younger Member who resides within Region 4. The award is named after Daniel V. Terrell of the Kentucky Section.  This award is presented annually for the outstanding paper submitted on a topic established by the Region 4 Assembly.If one chooses to enter the Daniel V. Terrell competition, the paper must be submitted to the Terrell Committee, by the entrant’s Section President, b...