American Society of Civil Engineers Southeast Student Conference
Mar. 1-3, 2018
The ASCE Southeast Regional Conference invites 26 universities from the Southeast and Puerto Rico to compete in student engineering competitions.
This three-day conference will draw over 1,200 students from 26 universities in the Southeast region of the United States and Puerto Rico.
Students will compete against ASCE Student Chapters in design and knowledge challenges to put their engineering skills to the test. Competitions will include Concrete Canoe races, Steel Bridge competition, the Daniel W. Mead Professional Paper, and eight creative civil engineering design challenges.
Participants have the opportunity to network with companies, faculties, and students throughout the conference.
The University of Florida
The Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering
Gator Engineering is the oldest and largest college of engineering in the state of Florida. The Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering fosters and provides world-class programs in engineering education, and service to enhance the economic and social well-being of the citizens of Florida, the nation and the world. Gator Engineering is poised to lead the next era of technological revolution by preparing a generation of engineers capable of solving global problems, and creating and commercializing the discoveries that will transform the way we live our lives, and perhaps even ‘us.’
The Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure & Environment (ESSIE) brings together civil, environmental, and coastal and oceanographic faculty to solve unique problems of sustainability. Established in 2010, ESSIE encompasses the Department of Civil and Coastal Engineering and the Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences.
Founded in 1852, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is an international network of civil engineers and the oldest national professional engineering society in the United States. Chartered in 1968, the University of Florida Student Chapter is one of the largest student chapters with over 120 active members. Our chapter transforms civil engineering students into working professional engineers. Our students volunteer at community service projects, get to know one another at chapter socials, compete in intramural sports, study together in the ASCE lounge, network at conventions and compete in national engineering competitions.