The University of Cincinnati brings the national ASCE’s visions and goals to the local level. The UC Chapter believes that education, leadership, hands on experience, and field trips help students and faculty have a better understanding on what the future of Civil Engineering looks like. Every year, our freshman class is introduced to a variety of companies and organizations who believe in educating our underclassman with basic knowledge about civil engineering. Our freshmen are able to better understand their chosen career and which discipline they might be interested in. Upperclassmen are also given opportunities to take officer positions and become leaders on campus. Every year UC competes in the Ohio Valley Student Conference which allows anyone to gain hands on experience. Another way for students to get involved is to go on the several field trips that UC plans each year. These are particularly useful for underclassman to fully understand how the real world interacts with the civil engineering career. Overall, the UC chapter is very involved with the students and gives the best opportunities for them to see their chosen profession.
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2014 - March Tour of Meldahl Hydroelectric Plant Foster, KY
2013 - November tour of Lawrencburg, IN Convention center
Bi-Weekly Friday Meeting
Topic: Banshee Coaster Date:Sept. 5th at noon Room: ERC 405
Topic: Milton/Madison Bridge Date:Sept.18th at noon Room: ERC 427
Topic: Cincinnati Subway System Date:Sept.19th at noon Room: ERC 405
Topic: Cincinnati Zoo Tour Date:Oct.17th at TBD Room: Meet at ERC 405
Topic: Bridge Inspections Date:Oct.31st at noon Room: ERC 405
University of Cincinnati
March 26-28, 2014.