Thursday, March 24, 2011

Surge, Highway clean up & Global Engineering Outreach

Wednesday, March 30, 2011
7:00 p.m.
SNLB 219 CAEDM lab

This is the last session in our Revit Architecture series. Special guest Cory Paxton, assistant to BYU's BIM manager and part of a team responsible for creating 3D computer models of campus buildings, will present the session.

For more information, email and visit the SURGE blog at

BYU's chapter of ITE will be hosting its semiannual highway cleanup this Saturday, March 26. Meet behind the structure's lab at 8:00 AM to participate in the adopt-a-highway program. There are 1 - 4 hours of service available with this project, and donuts and juice will be provided! Any questions can be directed to

Global Engineering Outreach (GEO) is now accepting applications for next year's GEO class. Right now, GEO is looking to travel to Fiji next year and will be doing a lot of work revolving around coconut oil fuel. This class provides a great opportunity to get involved in designing something for people who really need it. We'll be having an information meeting Thursday, March 23rd at 4pm in 256 CB (don't worry, we'll be done in time for you to go see the big game). It's a sweet class, so come learn more!
More info here-

If you have any questions, contact Brandon Decker

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