asce student chapter

American Society of Civil Engineers 

Lawrence Technological University Student Chapter    

All meetings are held in E101 at 12:15pm Wednesdays
Dues: $5/semester Freshmen, $10/Semester all others

ASCE Southeast MI Branch
ASCE Southeast CYM
ASCE World

LTU ASCE Facebook

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2013 officers :

President:   

              Kimberly Klieber

Faculty Advisor:

                  Dr. Mata

Practitioner Advisor:

                  Crystal Sapp

Vice President:
                  Christopher Bragg

Treasurer:
                  James Yat Hui

Secretary:
                   Kate Watson

K-12 Outreach:
                 Jessica Hatfield

Student Activities:
                  Sam Doherty

Ambassador:
                  Ibrahim Huthman

Recruiting:

                  Phill Kerby

Historian:

                  Greg Ezzo

Fundraising:

                  Felicia Koch

PREAMBLE
 
The objective of the Lawrence Technological University (Lawrence Tech) American
Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) Student Chapter is to assist students in preparing
for entry into the Civil Engineering profession, and making lasting contacts, which are
valuable to the practicing Engineer. ASCE supports students in competently developing
the principles and techniques of a Civil Engineer.

Student Members are expected to adhere to the ASCE Code of Ethics Fundamental
Principles, which are as follows, and Fundamental Canons, though not expressly here
written:

Fundamental Principles

Engineers uphold and advance the integrity, honor and dignity of the engineering profession by:

1.      Using their knowledge and skill for the enhancement of human welfare and the environment;
2.      Being honest and impartial and serving with fidelity the public, their employers, and clients;
3.      Striving to increase the competence and prestige of the engineering profession;
4.      Supporting the professional and technical societies of their discipline.
 
Mission
 
The Lawrence Tech ASCE Student Chapter’s mission is to “To promote and enhance
the professional and social lives of Civil Engineering Students at Lawrence Technological University.”