Neuse River Bridge
Bunker Hill Bridge
Bank of America Stadium
Linn Cove Viaduct
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Join the North Carolina American Society of Civil Engineers in Celebrating National Engineers Week February 16th to 22nd, 2014. National Engineers Week, now called DiscoverE, takes place each year at the time of George Washington's birthday.
E-Week is a program to increase public awareness of engineers' contributions to society by celebrating innovation and technology. E-Week targets middle school students and promotes staying in school and specifically promotes science and mathematics through presentations and hands-on demonstrations.
The Section Board of Directors have agreed to reimburse each NC branch up to $500 for DiscoverE materials used in classroom outreach. Contact the DiscoverE coordinator from your Branch for more information.
ASCE invites you to volunteer to visit a school in your area. To help in your volunteer efforts, the NC ASCE Section has the information links available to you to help you get geared up for your volunteer efforts. Feel free to contact one of the ASCE Branch coordinators for additional information on volunteering and obtaining materials.
Thank you for your contributions to our school during Engineering Week. It means so much when engineering professionals share their experiences and expertise with our students.Thank you for your time and altruism, and we hope to see you back at Brentwood again soon.Thank you,Rob Epler and the Students and Staff at Brentwood”
Section & Branch Coordinators
Verd Anna CunninghamNC Section CoordinatorEastern BranchRaleigh Area
Jason PhilbinSouthern BranchCharlotte Area
Trupti DesalEastern BranchRaleigh Area
Thomas FitzgeraldNorthern BranchGreensoboro Area
Paul DowWestern BranchAsheville Area
Brad SedgwickCoastal BranchWilmington Area
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