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2017–2018 Proposed Slate of Officers

June 19th, 2017 | Posted by admin in News - (0 Comments)

The following are the nominees for officer positions starting in 2017: President-elect – Thomas M. Vick, P.E. Treasurer – Sergio R. Mendez, P.E. Secretary – Jesse Valles, E.I.T. Section Director 2017-2019 – Marvin Gomez, P.E. Board Director 2017-2019: Jorge Grajeda, P.E. Manuel Salas, P.E. The following officers will be proceeding based on prior elections: Past President – Roxanna …
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This has been a busy year, and one of our goals has been to write a major update to our Branch bylaws. The proposed bylaws were first made available to our membership at our November General Meeting, and will be voted on during our March 29th General Meeting. Mostly, we’ve updated them to be consistent with …
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2016–2017 Proposed Slate of Officers

May 24th, 2016 | Posted by admin in News - (0 Comments)

The following are the nominees: President-elect – Chris J. Nance, P.E. Treasurer – Thomas M. Vick, P.E. Secretary – Sergio R. Mendez, P.E. Director 2015-2017 (vacated by Estefany Ramos): Jesse Valles, E.I.T. Board Director 2016-2018: Alexandra Riccillo, E.I.T. Nicholas N. Ybarra, P.E. The following officers will be proceeding based on prior elections: Section Director 2015-2017 – Yvonne C. …
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Congratulations to our 2015–2016 Officers

June 19th, 2015 | Posted by admin in News - (0 Comments)

At our May meeting, EPASCE elected the following as our 2015–2016 officers: President-elect – Roxanna Rivera Treasurer – Chris Nance Secretary – Thomas Vick Section Director 2015-2017 – Yvonne C. Curry Board Director 2015-2017: Jorge Grajeda Estefany Ramos Director 2014-2016: Sergio Mendez The following officers will be proceeding based on prior elections: Past President – Wendy Arredondo President – Marvin Gomez …
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2015–2016 Proposed Slate of Officers

April 20th, 2015 | Posted by admin in News - (0 Comments)

The following are nominees: President-elect – Roxanna Rivera Treasurer – Chris Nance Secretary – Thomas Vick Section Director 2015-2017 – Yvonne C. Curry Board Director 2015-2017: Jorge Grajeda Estefany Ramos Director 2014-2016 (vacated by Thomas Vick): Sergio Mendez The following officers will be proceeding based on prior elections: Past President – Wendy Arredondo President – Marvin Gomez Director 2014-2016: Jesse …
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UTEP March 2015 Newsletter

March 21st, 2015 | Posted by admin in News - (0 Comments)

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TexASCE – Texas Proposition 1 Passed

December 15th, 2014 | Posted by admin in Uncategorized - (0 Comments)

via TexASCE Texas’ voters made the right choice yesterday as they voted ‘yes’ on Proposition 1. The new dedicated portion of the state’s oil and gas collection will increase revenue to the State Highway Fund without harming the Rainy Day Fund. In turn, this funding will be invested into modernizing roads and bridges across our …
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Holiday Toy Drive

December 15th, 2014 | Posted by admin in News | Uncategorized - (0 Comments)

benefiting the Child Protective Services of El Paso Every December, EPASCE holds a service event to encourage our members to give back to our community. This year, the Branch is partnering with the UTEP Student Chapter for a Holiday Toy Drive. Donations will go to support the Child Protective Services of El Paso. To participate, …
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Free On-Demand Webinars

December 15th, 2014 | Posted by admin in News | Uncategorized - (0 Comments)

ASCE Membership Entitles You to Up to 5 PDHs Choose up to 5 webinars from the 60 on-demand webinars. Each one is a 1-hour webinar worth 1 PDH. That’s 5 free PDHs from our comprehensive continuing education library – just for being a member! NOTE: Your five 2014 webinars must be taken by December 31, …
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via TexASCE While most Texans are painfully aware our state has been in a drought for the past 3 years, many don’t realize we have been in a transportation funding crisis for the past 10 years.  In November, Texans will have a unique opportunity to permanently improve highways across the Lone Star State. Proposition 1 …
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