You're invited to our next monthly educational seminar for our member, students and general public. ASCE Rochester is offering a presentation on the development of one of the largest YMCA branches. The presentation will be located in the facility and will discuss the development progression from start to its current construction and will include an on-site tour of the facility.
LaBella Associates and YMCA of Greater Rochester will jointly deliver the presentation and lead the site tour.
2018 ASCE Rochester Engineer of the Year banquet
Honoring Tom Hack, P.E. (Senior Structural Engineer at the City of Rochester)
Date: Tuesday, January 15, 2019 (5:30pm)
Location: Rochester Riverside Convention Center (123 East Main Street, Rochester, NY 14604)
5:30pm social hour (2 drinks included)
6:45pm formal sit down dinner
7:30pm awards ceremony
Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) review course being offered at RIT starting 1/22/2019. Click on the link below for more details. FE review course
12/6/2018 Holiday Happy Hour Location:Rohrbach Beer Hall (97 Railroad Street, Rochester, NY 14609) Time: 5:30-9pm Cost: $15 (students), $20 (members), $25 (non-members) To RSVP: click here. Payment: accepted at the door (cash, check) or online (click here).
*Don’t forget to bring a new pair of winter gloves or a winter hat and receive a token for a free flight of beer or a glass of wine. Donations will be given to the local Veterans Outreach Center to help keep our Vets warm this winter.*
Includes appetizers, live music, door prizes and games. Brewery or Distillery tour pending.
11/15/2018 Continuous Flow Intersection Presenters: Lorenzo Rotoli, P.E. & Tom Miller, P.E. (LaBella Associates) Location:LaBella (300 State Street, Suite 201, Rochester, NY 14614) Time: 12noon For more information: click here. To RSVP: click here.
10/17/2018 Rehabilitation of Historic Truss Bridges over the Erie Canal in Orleans County Presenter: Katherine Fragale (NYSDOT Region 4 Regional Structures Engineer) Location:Erdman Anthony (125 Culver Road, Suite 200, Rochester, NY 14620) Time: 12noon For more information: click here. To RSVP: contact John Papponetti at firstname.lastname@example.org or (585) 295-6287. Payment: accepted at the door (cash, check) or PayPal (online)
9/18/2018 Roc the Riverway presentation (cash bar/social hour starting at 5:30pm) Presenters: Tom Hack, P.E. (Managing Engineer, City of Rochester) & Kevin Kelley, AICP (Associate City Planner, City of Rochester) Topic synopsis: The Roc the Riverway Initiative is a bold and progressive plan to revitalize the severely underutilized Genesee Riverfront in the core of the City of Rochester, NY. It represents years of planning and community engagement around a myriad of potential riverfront projects, culminating in a captivating and cohesive vision for revitalizing the city's most significant asset. Location: Staybridge Suites (1000 Genesee Street, Rochester, NY 14611) Time: cash bar 5:30pm, dinner 6:30pm, presentation 7pm For more information, click here. To RSVP, click here. Menu: full salad bar, rootbeer glazed beef brisket, baked seasoned chicken, augratin potatoes, lasagna, beverages (coffee, tea, water), rolls, cookies
Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) review course being offered at RIT starting 9/11/2018. Click on the link below for more details.
Arrive: 8:00am / Meet in the upstairs room of the Sunset Lodge
Breakfast / Registration / Socializing: 8:30am
Ski /Board: 9:00 -11:30
Lunch: 11:30 to 12;30
Ski / Board: 12:30-4:00pm
Apres Ski Party: 4:00pm
Tickets and Lunch Prices:
ASCE Members…………... $ 60.00
ASCE Non-Members…… $ 70.00
ASCE (RIT) Students……. $ 20.00
Lunch Only …………………. $ 10.00
(See attached Flyer for more information)
ASCE Volunteer Opportunities
RMSC Holiday Science and Technology Week
The ASCE Career Guidance Committee needs help in staffing the "hands-on” display booth at the Rochester Museum & Science Center for their Holiday Science and Technology Week event. Volunteers are able to obtain free admission in to the museum upon arrival. The dates & times that volunteers include Thursday & Friday, December 28 & 29, 11:00am - 3:00pm.
This is one of our regular events where we make miniature concrete samples for kids and explain to them what exactly engineers do. If you can only make it for an hour or two, that’s ok, please consider it!
The ASCE Buffalo Section is soliciting for assistance in judging award nominations for the Younger Member Council Awards. The awards for judging can be found here under the heading “Younger Member Council Awards”:
The Genesee Finger Lakes Chapter of the AWMA is again sponsoring participation in NYSDEC's Environmental Education Summer Camps for up to three campers, $350 each. It probably seems too soon to be thinking about summer camp, but registration starts on January 24 and these camps have rave reviews and therefore fill up quickly! Please see the attached application (GFLAWMA Summer Camp Application_2018.pdf) for details and return it by December 31, 2017 or sooner. Registration for camps begins on January 24 and we would like to have our campers selected before then to allow the campers the best chance of getting a slot at the camp they are interested in attending.
In its 71st year, the DEC Summer Camps program offers week-long adventures in conservation education for children ages 11-17. DEC operates four residential camps for children: Camp Colby in Saranac Lake (Franklin County);Camp DeBruce in Livingston Manor (Sullivan County); Camp Rushford in Caneadea (Allegany County), and Pack Forest in Warrensburg (Warren County). All four camps now offer programming for children aged 11-13 and aged 14-17. Camperswill have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of outdoor adventuresand are encouraged to try new things. Activities may include fishing, birdwatching, fly-tying, archery, canoeing, hiking, camping, orienteering, andhunter safety education. Along with adventure experiences, DEC campersengage in fun, hands-on activities, and outdoor exploration focused on field,forest, stream, and pond ecological principles. Campers might collect insectsin a field, use nets in a stream, investigate soil composition, measure treesizes, or practice taking field notes, and writing in journals. Trips to nearbystate lands might include kettle bogs, state parks, fish hatcheries, or naturemuseums.
All four camps will operate for seven one-week sessions (Sunday to Friday)beginning June 24, 2018 except for Pack Forest, which operates for eight weeks. Drop-off time is 3:00 PM on Sunday and the closing ceremony and pick-up time is Friday at 4:30 PM. One week of camp remains $350 per child for the 2018 year and includes all meals, programs and trips. For more information please visit the DEC’s website at www.dec.ny.gov, call 518-402-8014, visit “NYS DEC Summer Camps” on Facebook or write to DEC Camps, 3rd Floor, 625 Broadway, Albany, New York 12233-5256. On January 24th, the chosen applicants can submit their applications for the Summer Camp through DEC's online registration program available through a link from the DEC summer camps website www.dec.ny.gov/education/29.html.
Please note for the sponsorship, GFLAWMA gives preference to children of AWMA members. To ensure your membership is up-to-date, please visit the Join us page on our website.
For more information about GFLAWMA's DEC Summer Camp Sponsorship, or other sponsorship opportunities, please visit the Grants & Scholarships page on our website.