Mark your calendars from October 7 – 11, 2014, for the Global Engineering Conference 2014! ASCE is heading to Panama City, Panama, and partnering with EWB-USA to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Panama Canl. This year’s conference, with the theme From Community Projects to Giga Projects: Civil Engineers having a Global Impact, will explore Giga projects focusing on construction, financial, political, and engineering aspects, and much more.
Take Your Education Beyond Borders and Earn College Credits/CEUs!
ASCE and EWB-USA are teaming up with the University of Colorado Boulder to offer an onsite credit course on sustainable humanitarian engineering. The Global Leadership Program will take place October 5 – 11, 2014 at the City of Knowledge and Riu Plaza Panama hotel. The course is offered in conjunction with the Global Engineering Conference 2014 and participants will attend the sessions as part of their course work. Registration for the course will open March 15, 2014. Students will earn 3 college credits and professionals will earn 4.5 CEUs. Faculty members may attend and participate in a special track designed by Dr. Bernard Amadei that demonstrates how to incorporate service learning into curricula. Start planning now to participate in this exciting course.
Easy Access – Just Pack your Passport!
Your passport will gain you entry into the country; a Visa is not required for U.S. citizens. Once you are there, you can also tour the 50-mile waterway, one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World, visit historical ruins, and more.
Visit www.asceannualconference.org for additional travel information.