ASCE Newsletter November
The Texas Society of Professional Engineers just announced its 3rd annual Future Engineers 5K Run & 1 Mile Fun Walk. Proceeds go toward the “TSPE El Paso Chapter Endowed Scholorship in Engineering” Fund benefiting the UTEP College of Engineering. You can register to participate at www.raceadventuresunlimited.com. Click here for more info.
Please join us as we welcome Samuel Rodriguez, PE, Interim Assistant City Engineer for the City of El Paso. Samuel Rodriguez, P.E. Interim Assistant City Engineer City of El Paso, Texas Mr. Rodriguez has served as a Division Manager with the City of El Paso Engineering and Construction Management Department the past seven years and …
Please join us as we welcome Jules Simon, Ph.D. from the UTEP Department of Philosophy, for our semi-annual ASCE/TSPE Ethics Course. Ethics Course – ASCE/TSPE Joint Meeting with Jules Simon, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy University of Texas at El Paso Dr. Simon is a philosopher who writes, teaches, and lectures in the areas of phenomenology, …
Please join us as we welcome Charles Turner, Ph.D from the UTEP Center for Inland Desalination Systems.
Featuring 12 schools from the Texas–Mexico region! Open to the public! Free Admission! Hosted by: ASCE Student Chapter – The University of Texas at El Paso Sponsers: Freeport-McMoRan Baker Glass Parkhill Smith & Cooper Moreno Cardenas Inc. Conde Inc. UTEP SGA UTEP Civil Engineering UTEP College of Engineering
Please join us as we welcome Mr. John E. Balliew, PE, the new president and CEO of the El Paso Water Utilities–Public Service Board.
Call for Papers Come to Corpus Christi – the Sparkling City by the Sea – and be part of the Texas Section’s Centennial CELEBRATION at the Spring 2013 Conference! Corpus Christi is where the concept of a Texas association of engineers was first proposed to attendees of a Good Roads Congress. Today the Texas Section is …
Engineering Ethics Video Presentation Ethics are moral principles which engage rules of conduct in respect to the engineering profession. The goal of this presentation is to expose engineers to the importance of ethics in their profession.
THE TEXAS RAMP PROJECT Building Freedom for the Homebound (www.texasramps.org) The volunteers of the Texas Ramp Project in El Paso build wheelchair ramps for the low-income disabled. Their service area extends to Brewster, Culberson, El Paso, Hudspeth, Jeff Davis and Presidio counties. The organization is a volunteer-staffed, 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-denominational, nongovernmental organization. The organization relies …