Welcome to the ASCE Student Chapter at UB!
President's Message

Thank you to everyone who made it to our first meeting! Make sure to come to the first team meetings throughout this week and keep an eye on your email inbox for updates on the upcoming events. The second general meeting will be on Wednesday September 17 at 7pm. We hope to see you there! Take a look at our 2013 Newsletter!

Take a look at our Fall 2013 Newsletter!

Read the full article mentioned in the newsletter, written by Doug Scott at ASCE News:
Student Days Event Challenges Participants with Real-Life Civil Engineering Experiences

December 12, 2013

Three University at Buffalo civil engineering students were awarded undergraduate scholarships from the Association for Bridge Construction and Design of Western New York Chapter (ABCD of WNY) at the chapter’s 25th Annual Fall Conference on November 15, 2013.

The newly initiated Phillip F. Frandina (the founding Father of ABCD) Scholarship of $4,000 was awarded to senior Dana White, who is the past treasurer of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Two $2,000 scholarships were awarded to senior Timothy Van Oss and junior Edward Almeter. Tim is the current president of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) UB Student Chapter. Both Tim and Edward are involved in the Steel Bridge Team, for which Edward is the current treasure.

Undergraduate scholarships have been awarded annually for many years by ABCD of WNY. Details for future scholarships can be found at http://www.abcdwny.org.

Click here to read the full article.

UB Bulls Tailgating throughout September
September 8, 2014

Come hang out and enjoy food and beverages before the Bulls game on Friday September 12 with ABCD and ASCE Buffalo Section. Tailgate starts at 5pm. Cost is just $5 for students! The Engineering Alumni Association is having a tailgate on Saturday September 27. Free for students! See you there!

American Society of Civil Engineers Membership
Register to become an ASCE student member

Membership to UB ASCE is not required, however, it is free to become a Student Member of ASCE National and so we recommend that you do so for the added benefits. ASCE invites you to utilize all that ASCE affords to help you achieve and surpass your career and personal goals. Click here for details and to register.