ASCE Members Share Civil Engineering With Students at STEM Festival

BEN WALPOLE | April 12, 2018

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One weekend, 2 million square feet, 3,000 exhibits, a quarter-million students. It’s one of the largest STEM events in the world, so you know ASCE had to take part in the USA Science and Engineering Festival, April 6-8, in downtown Washington, DC. ASCE members from nearby Sections and Branches, as well as a large contingent from the Howard University ASCE Student Chapter, volunteered at the festival, educating and inspiring children about civil engineering at the Society’s booth.

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