Welcome to the UMKC chapter of the
American Society of Civil Engineers
This website will be your source for information on the UMKC chapter of ASCE. If you are a student at UMKC interested in joining ASCE contact any of the officers listed in the contact info.

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Executive Board at ASCE Workshop for Student Chapter Leaders in St. Louis, January 2014

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is a professional body founded in 1852 to represent members of the civil engineering profession worldwide. It is the oldest national engineering society in the United States. ASCE's vision is to have engineers positioned as global leaders who strive toward building a better quality of life.

Members of the Steel Bridge team celebrating after 
construction at Nationals in Clemson, SC

Upcoming Activities and Announcements
Spring Semester 2015:
  • Monthly meetings featuring guest speakers and free pizza! Keep posted for more information.
  • The National Steel Bridge Competition will be held at the University of Missouri - Kansas City for the first time.  Volunteers needed!  This Memorial day weekend will be a blast, so come out and support your UMKC steel bridge team as they compete.  
  • Mavericks game with the Younger Members Group on March 6th.  $15 bucks gets you unlimited wings from Buffalo Wild Wings and another $15 bucks gets you into the game.
  • Steel Bridge Team Meetings every week, email Jessica Lowe at jl574@mail.umkc.edu  to get involved.


Please join us for any and all of these events to get involved! Check our calendar for more information about dates and times.  

Congratulations to the UMKC ASCE Student Chapter: 

     First off, our chapter has received an Honorable Mention for the work done in the 2012-2013 school year. Only a few of these are given out each year and we're honored to be a recipient.

        This year at the Annual ASCE Make-a-Wish Charity Golf Tournament, the UMKC chapter had a record number of student volunteers at the event. 

    Additionally, the UMKC Steel Bridge Team competed in the Mid-Continental Conference Steel Bridge Competition and came in 3rd for Stiffness.