Announcements & Accolades

With the support of the Oregon ASCE Section and the PSU Civil and Environmental Engineering Department’s sponsorship, we were able to provide the following opportunities to our members:

Impostor Syndrome
Where: Engineering Building room 92
When: Thursday, February 16th, 5:00-7:00pm
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Impostor Syndrome is a chronic condition where people dismiss their success as luck, timing, or as a result of deceiving others into thinking they are more intelligent and competent than they believe themselves to be.
ASCE and MCECS Student Services will be hosting a discussion panel on impostor syndrome. Engineering professionals will be talking about their experience with impostor syndrome and taking your questions. Cheryl Foster, a licensed psychologist from SHAC, will be introducing the subject.
Snacks and refreshments will be available during the event.

Lunch & Learn: Cascadia Subduction Zone
Where: EB 310
When: Thursday, February 23, 12pm – 1pm
Ivan Wong will be describing what we know and don’t know in terms of the earthquake potential of the CSZ megathrust and its impacts, and how the available information is being used by the engineering community to not only develop seismic design criteria for new buildings, facilities, and structures but probably most challenging, assessing the seismic stability of our existing inventory.


ASCE PNW Student Conference 2016 

Congratulations to our 2016 Knowledge Bowl Team who earned First Place!

2016 Knowledge Bowl Team: Chao Tan, Michael Flynn, Lynn Tran, Jim Barnhart, Mary Wiser, David Hamilton, and Bernadel Garstecki

Knowledge Bowl Team

2016 Knowledge Bowl Team,      1st Place

Congratulations to our 2016 Environmental Team who earned Second Place in Practical Design with their wastewater design technical memo!

2016 Environmental Team: Richard Henry (Captain), Benjamin Boice, Bashar Al-Daomi, and Raychel O’Hare

Knowledge Bowl – 1st place
Environmental – 2nd place, Practical Design
Concrete Canoe – 5th place in the races
Concrete Frisbee – Longest Throw 102 ft, Accuracy 5 ft (no placing)
Steel Bridge – 360 lb, Vertical Deflection: 0.52″/0.8″/0.735″ (2400 lb), Construction Speed 31 minutes (disqualified due to free board geometry)

ASCE PNW  Student Conference 2015

Congratulations to our 2015 Environmental Team who earned First Place with their water filtration device! 

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2015 Environmental Team: Richard Henry (Captain), Raychel O’Hare, Joanna Westrich. Not pictured: Joseph Urness, Raechel Frogner