Tuesday, April 25, 2017

ASCE Utah YMF Spring BBQ



ASCE Utah YMF Spring BBQ
When
Thursday, June 22, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM MDT
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Where
Lindsey Gardens Park
426 M St
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
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Come join ASCE Utah YMF for our annual spring BBQ. This year the BBQ will be held on Thursday, June 22nd at Lindsey Gardens Park in Salt Lake City at 6pm.

ASCE Utah YMF will be providing hamburgers and hot dogs. We in courage everyone to bring some snacks or desserts to share.

Look for the ASCE Utah YMF banner.

The YMF is always looking to grow our group and now is a great time for you to learn more about what our organization has to offer and get involved. All are welcome at our Spring BBQ.

Register Now!


 
ASCE Utah Section YMF, 756 E Winchester St #400, Salt Lake City, UT 84107

Monday, April 17, 2017

ASCE Closing Social!!

Where:  Kiwanis Park Pavilion 

When:  Wednesday April 19 at 4:00 PM until whenever we leave!!

What:  Food and games

Cost:  Free for ASCE members and $2 for non-members

and yes, this counts for an activity point.

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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

BYU ITE Closing Social:

BYU ITE Closing Social:
BYU ITE is having their Closing Social this Thursday! Here is some information about it:

When: Thursday, April 13th from 4:30PM to 6:30PM
Where: Kiwanis Park, Provo
Food: Cafe Rio
Games: Spike Ball, frisbee, corn hole, and other outdoor games. Feel free to bring your favorite outdoor game if you'd like. 

Please sign up before TUESDAY April 11th at midnight, so we can have a headcount for food. Below is the sign-up sheet:

Service Point Opportunity!!

We will be having a service project with Provo parks this coming Saturday (April 15) at 9 AM. We will help clean up Big Springs Park from a recent mudslide. If you are interested, please sign up on the google spreadsheet linked below. Each hour is a service point!! 

Since Big Springs Park is located up Provo Canyon, you will also find a sheet to arrange carpools in the spreadsheet below. Thanks for volunteering!

Big Springs Clean up Sign-up Sheet

Senior Banquet


Monday, April 10, 2017

Congratulations RMC participants!!

Non-technical paper (Alec Escamilla)
- written, tie for second place.
- overall, tie for first place.

Technical paper (Chris Garcia)
- written, second place.
- presentation, second place.
- overall, tie for first place.

Steel Bridge
- construction speed, third place.
- lightness, second place.
- stiffness, first place.
- economy, second place.
- efficiency, second place.
- overall, FIRST PLACE!!

Concrete Canoe 
- women's sprint, second place.
- men's sprint, first place.
- coed sprint, second place.
- women's endurance, third place.
- men's endurance, second place.

Overall Conference
- SECOND PLACE!!

We're looking forward to see how our steel bridge team does at nationals!!


Everyone that won awards.


Concrete Canoe


Everyone at the awards banquet at the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium.


Steel Bridge


Some of the team with the canoe.


Constructing the bridge.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

RMC Conference Schedule


Come and Watch the RMC 2017 Competitions!


Get 1 Activity point, and support your fellow CEEn classmates!
Take pictures and email to byuasce@gmail.com, and you can get 1 Service point too!
Friday and Saturday are the best days to attend and watch the competitions.

If you are competing or a RMC particpant, please go to the BYU ASCE Blogspot - RMC page.  Also check your email!


Utah State Fairpark: 155 1000 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84116



Service Opportunity!

ITE has two data collection projects and they need help counting vehicles! They have videos but they need people help them count in the transportation lab (CB 376). Each hour you help counts as 1 Service Point! If you can help out, please sign up on the following link:
This is a great service opportunity for those of you in seminar who still need service hours before the semester ends.
If you have any questions, please email us at byuite@gmail.com.

Marriott School Info Session for Engineering Students

This is a reminder for the upcoming info session hosted by McKinsey this Friday April 7th, from 12-1pm in room 108 of the MARB​This info session is for all engineering students interested in a career in management consulting and specifically with McKinsey and Co. 

McKinsey makes a special effort to attract students outside of the business school, so please come and find out more!  You do not need to have any background in business to attend. 

Thank you!

EERI Student Chapter Meeting

Come and meet with the EERI Club. If you are interested in earthquakes, or structures get on the mailing list.


Engineer to CEO


Last call for Volunteer Judges for Clean Tech Competition

Dear ASCE members,                                                                      

The Clean Tech Competition needs volunteer judges like you!Will you help ASCE Brigham Young University Student Chapter be represented?

Greetings from the desk of the Clean Tech Administrator, reaching out to you for the last time (promise) in 2017, to see if you’re willing to give some of your time to the next generation of young scientists who are working hard on their paper for the Clean Tech Competition. For those already signed up, I’ll be sending out a formal “Welcome” next week.
If you have served as a judge, let me re-extend my thanks for that, if not, here is your opportunity! And if you have already signed up for the 2017 Competition, you can disregard this message, if not, please read on. I hope you will consider becoming a part of Clean Tech. The Competition could not happen without people like yourself. I am reaching out now to gauge your interest in once again, serving as a judgeIf you think you’ve already signed up to be a judge, send me a quick email and I can check.
The 2017 Clean Tech Competition is looking for volunteers to grade first round submissions from student teams. The Clean Tech Competition is a worldwide, research and design challenge for students ages 15-18. The competition is annual, always focusing on clean technology, and the challenge theme changes each year. The 2017 theme is “Create A Greener Future”.
I would consider it a great success to have the ASCE Brigham Young University Student Chapter represented in our international judging pool. As the number of countries with team entrants stands at 26, the number of countries with judges is only six and I’d like more!  Should you wish to participate, the link to sign up is at the bottom of this email. Thank you for your time and your willingness to help the participating students. Already 330 different teams from 26 different nations have signed up during open registration and I know more are coming, which is why your role is so vital.
In order to facilitate the competition, we are in need of scientists, engineers and experts willing to dedicate their time to reading and scoring students papers. In their (5-15 page) papers, students will identify a specific problem associated with buildings or homes, building materials, problems associated with efficiency, damage mitigation, indoor environmental quality or a topic of their choosing. Students will then explain the impacts, analyze the causes, and design a clean technology solution to “Create A Greener Future”. Student participants will use their knowledge of science, technology, engineering and mathematics to develop their solutions.
We are also looking for three judges who would want to come serve as Final Round Judges at Stony Brook University on Long Island, New York. If you are interested, please contact me directly or ensure you check the box in the application; my contact information is also at the bottom of this email.
More information about the competition can be found at www.CleanTechCompetition.org. Information on judging is as follows:
·         Online Process – This judging occurs entirely online. Submissions will be emailed to the judges, and scores will be submitted through an online rubric.
·         Timeline – Judges will receive their assigned papers by April 21, 2017, and scoring forms will be due by May 5, 2017.
·         Responsibility – Each judge should expect to receive 5 - 10 papers, though this will depend on the number of participating teams/judges.
·         Qualifications – Judges must have a BS or BA in a field of science, technology, engineering, math, building, building design or have at least two years of industry/research experience in the field. Judges cannot have any children or relatives competing in the competition.

We would greatly appreciate your support of this unique program for students. If you’re interested in volunteering as a first round judge for the Clean Tech Competition should fill out our online Judge Registration Form by April 7, 2017.

Please feel free to pass this information on to those you think may be interested. You may contact competition administrator Frank DiGiovanni at cleantech@cstl.org or the telephone number below with any questions. There is also sponsorship opportunities available, so if your university or company has an interest in being an official partner, please contact me directly.
Thank you for your time


Sincerely,

Frank DiGiovanni
Clean Tech Competition Administrator
Center for Science Teaching & Learning
CleanTech@CSTL.org

Steel Bridge Service Opportunity

The Steel Bridge team would love your help with preparing for Rocky Mountain Conference! You will help take down the bridge and set it up for the next practice run. We will begin at 5 PM at the structures lab, but you may come and go as you please.  Rumor has it, there may be some food involved.  Please sign up on the spreadsheet here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1iK8dGC7dBXBI1lJfYTP0886pqDsQtxJgcNx20m_x6Z0/edit?usp=sharing

Marriott School Info Session for Engineering Students

This is a reminder for the upcoming info session hosted by McKinsey this Friday April 7th, from 12-1 pm in room 108 of the MARB​This info session is for all engineering students interested in a career in management consulting and specifically with McKinsey and Co. 

McKinsey makes a special effort to attract students outside of the business school, so please come and find out more!  You do not need to have any background in business to attend.