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Fall Seminar Update:

Unfortunately, due to a speaker scheduling conflict, the fall seminar is cancelled.  Our sincere apologies.   Thank you for your understanding in this matter.Mark you calendars for the upcoming spring seminar on February 26, 2014.

This past summer, students from the University of Dayton traveled to various locations to put there engineering skills to good use. They traveled to Africa, Guatemala and Cameron to tackle real engineering problems. Some of the projects they worked on while they were in the foreign countries were water delivery systems, water quality and educating the local residents about the importance maintaining the newly installed water systems. The students worked alongside with the local residents to implement the projects.

Speakers:
Colleen Kreese, Civil Engineer at UD
John Bayer, Civil Engineer at UD
Alyssa Jenkins, Civil and Environmental Engineer at UD
Ivan Rodriguez Del Rio, Civil Engineer at UD

Presentation and Lunch Location:
UD Campus, Kennedy Union Ballroom, 2nd Floor
Park in Lot C. The parking attendant will give you a parking pass. After parking in Lot C, walk out of the right side of the parking lot, and walk along the brick walkway that passes through the humanities plaza (rolling terraced lawn). This walkway will lead you to a street and then straight across to Kennedy Union.

Lunch: Chicken Parmesan served with pasta, marinara and bread sticks

Cost: $20/person (non-members), $15/person (members) or $10/students with RSV

PRSVP by 5:00pm on Friday, November 14, 2014

A PDH certificate will be provided to attendees.

Reservations:  https://asce-november2014.eventbrite.com

ETHOS Presentations

Great presentations by UD ASCE ETHOS students!
This past summer, students from the University of Dayton traveled to various locations to put there engineering skills to good use. They traveled to Africa, Guatemala and Cameron to tackle real engineering problems. Some of the projects they worked on while they were in the foreign countries were water delivery systems, water quality and educating the local residents about the importance maintaining the newly installed water systems. The students worked alongside with the local residents to implement the projects.
Speakers:
Alyssa Jenkins, Civil and Environmental Engineer at UD
Colleen Kreese, Civil Engineer at UD
John Bayer, Civil Engineer at UD
Ivan Rodriguez Del Rio, Civil Engineer at UD

ETHOS presentation by Alyssa Jenkins

ETHOS presentation by John Bayer

ETHOS presentation by Colleen Kresse and Ivan Rodriguez

Photos

(WASHINGTON)—The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) is once again bringing a first-class, virtual education experience to the desktops of hundreds of city and county government officials charged with helping build, manage and maintain the millions of miles of roads, bridges and transit systems that make up the U.S. transportation network. The free, online learning event, known as LōTrans™, the Local Transportation Management & Safety Virtual Conference, will take place December 10 from 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., EST, on your nearest desktop or laptop computer. Sessions on asset management, state and local trends in transportation funding, best practices in maintaining unpaved roads, snow removal, flagging on low volume roads, temporary traffic control measures on gravel roads, and encore presentations on road work zone safety issues are on the agenda. Now in its third year, LoTrans™ was organized with the leadership, counsel and support of ARTBA’s Transportation Officials Division (TOD), which includes city, county, state and federal officials from across the nation. It is being supported by the National Association of County Engineers, the National Local Technical Assistance Program Association, and the National Work Zone Safety Information Clearinghouse. Check out the full program schedule and list of speakers. Register: www.lotransvirtualconference.org. Established in 1902, the Washington, D.C.-based ARTBA is the “consensus voice” of the U.S. transportation design and construction industry.

www.lotransvirtualconference.org

Geographic Services is proud to announce the Continuing Education schedule of seminars and workshops for fall and winter scheduled in your geographic area. These seminars/workshops have been produced by ASCE’s Continuing Education Department with your members in mind.

 

Program Full Dates City/State
Design of Concrete Pavements — NEW November 6—7, 2014 Cincinnati, OH
Structural-Vibration Analysis: Design and Troubleshooting November 19—21, 2014 Chicago, IL
Designing Nonbuilding Structures Using ASCE/SEI 7-10 ~NEWLY UPDATED December 4—5, 2014 Cincinnati, OH
Managing the Design Process: Keeping on Schedule, within Budget, and Selecting the Right Resources December 11—12, 2014 Chicago, IL
Instrumentation and Monitoring Bootcamp: Planning, Execution, and Measurement Uncertainty for Structural and Geotechnical Construction Projects February 26—27, 2015 Chicago, IL
Wind Loads for Buildings and Other Structures February 5—6, 2015 Chicago, IL
Leadership Development for the Engineer March 5—6, 2015 Cincinnati, OH

 

http://www.asce.org/knowledge-learning/continuing-education/

ASSISTANT CITY ENGINEER

City of Kettering, OH – Recruiting for an exceptional administrative professional engineer to perform difficult and advanced civil engineering duties involving the technical development of entire engineering projects; performs responsible administrative work and assists in the direction of the City Engineering Department. Supervises a staff of engineers, technicians, interns, and support staff. Serves as a general assistant to the City Engineer with authority to represent and act for the City Engineer in his absence.  A Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from an ABET accredited college or university; license to practice as a registered professional civil engineer in the State of Ohio; valid Ohio driver’s license are required with graduate study in related field desired. Offers excellent wages of up to $108,285/yr.  Apply by submitting Resume, Cover Letter and Salary History to: Director of Human Resources, Kettering Government Center, 3600 Shroyer Rd, Kettering, OH  45429-2799 or to ketthr@ketteringoh.org or fax to 937/296-3371. Visit www.ketteringoh.org for more detailed information about this position. This position is open until filled with resume review beginning on or about October 31, 2014.                                         

Equal Opportunity Employer

Assistant City Engineer-Recruitment Announcement

Date: Thursday November 13, 2014

Time: 12:00 Noon to 1:30 PM

Location:      Engineer’s Club of Dayton; 110 East Monument Avenue; Dayton, OH

Presented by: Barge, Wagoner, Sumner & Cannon

This presentation will cover the use of “Scanning” technology in surveying.  The use of this technology for high traffic situations and complex interior or exterior documentation will be discussed.  Examples of work done on SR 48 (North Main Street), in Centerville will be shown.

A buffet lunch will be served.  Attendees will receive 1 professional development hour.

Reservations: Ed Schlaack  Please call or e-mail for reservations no later than Friday, November 7th.

SchlaackE@mcohio.org; (937) 781-2632 (office)

Cost:  $20-Members; $30-Non-Members; $10-Students

Note that ASCE members are always afforded the DSPE member rate. DSPE takes reservations and then takes money or checks at the door.

 

Come inside the Carillon Brewing Company and welcome back to the 1850s in Dayton. Here each step of the historical brewing process comes to life in front of you. Feel the heat radiate off the glowing charcoal fires under the large copper kettles. Smell malt wafting through the air as we mill the next batch’s grain. Watch as costumed staff hand ladle sweet wort into the boil kettle. Engage in a conversation with our brewer. Listen to stories about how Dayton’s brewing industry came to be. Get to know how a glass of beer is full of history.
Lunch: Buffet Lunch will be served

Cost: FREE with RSVP (Guest limited to the first 35 that RSVP)
RSVP by 5:00pm on Friday, November 31, 2014

http://asce-december2014.eventbrite.com

 

Are you actively involved with ASCE? Would you like to know more about the organization?

Would you like to show your employer your ability to take on a higher level of responsibility? Would you like to earn the trust of clients and respect from your colleagues?

This can all be accomplished by being an active member in ASCE and obtaining your professional engineering license.

Please join us as Mr. John Frauenhoffer, P.E., ASCE Region 3 Director, presents the value and benefits of an ASCE membership as well as information about obtaining your professional engineering license. He will be available to answer questions about ASCE membership now and after graduation.

All ASCE members and non-members are invited to attend.

When:   Wednesday, October 22nd
Registration/Networking:                  5:30 pm
Dewey’s Pizza and Presentation:       6:00 pm

Where: Eugene W. Kettering Engineering and Research Laboratories; Room 312; University of Dayton; Parking available in Lot C

How Much:     FREE for all Guests

Registration:   http://asce-license.eventbrite.com

RSVP:        Monday, October 20 at 5pm;

All attendees please RSVP for an accurate head count for food.

My name is Ivan Rodriguez Del Rio and I am from San Juan, Puerto Rico. I am a senior, studying Civil Engineering at the University of Dayton. This summer I will be working on a potential water system for the Guatemalan community of Cortijo through the ETHOS program. I will be working alongside Kyle Slone, Chris Baxter, Colleen Kresse, and members from Cortijo. Our team’s first objective is to speak with the leaders of Cortijo regarding their goals concerning the water distribution system. Due to Cortijo’s increasing population, a more reliable water source and an efficient water distribution system is crucial. Constant communication with the community members will be necessary in order to find possible routes to surrounding natural water sources. If we can create an accurate elevation analysis of the Cortijos’s terrain we should be able to design and build a new water distribution system. (write-up provided 5/2014)

Presentations will be given by all the ETHOS grant recipients in November. 

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