American Society of Civil Engineers

We are the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Student Chapter at Oregon State. If you are interested in Civil Engineering, Construction Engineering Management, or Architectural Engineering, we are the club for you! Being a member of ASCE allows you to further your academic and professional goals while meeting classmates that share similar interests to you. Through social events, industry speaker meetings, professional development events, and volunteering opportunities, ASCE helps you to learn more about the Civil Engineering profession before you enter the workforce.

 

Associated General Contractors of America

AGC Student Chapter has served as the voice of the student body with the construction industry. We provide advantageous opportunities to our members by hosting company speaker meetings designed for students to obtain a summer internship and full-time employment. In 2019, the School of Civil and Construction Engineering at Oregon State University had a 96% placement rate in full-time employment for their students.

 

Coasts, Oceans, Ports, and Rivers Institute (COPRI)

The purpose of the COPRI OSU Student Chapter is to unite graduate students in coastal and ocean engineering and related fields and to facilitate their academic and professional development. To meet this goal, COPRI OSU organizes academic and social events that promote knowledge of the behavior and importance of the global coastal environment; encourage multidisciplinary collaborative efforts; provide opportunities to build learning and working communities among students and coastal engineers in academia and industry; bring awareness to best-available practices in sustainable development of coasts, oceans, ports, waterways, rivers, and wetlands; and promote a culture of professionalism, integrity, and inclusion in our field.

Earthquake Engineering Research Institute Student Chapter

EERI/OSU is a student chapter of the national organization, EERI, which aims to reduce earthquake risk by (1) advancing the science and practice of earthquake engineering, (2) improving understanding of the impact of earthquakes on the physical, social, economic, political, and cultural environment, and (3) advocating comprehensive and realistic measures for reducing the harmful effects of earthquakes.

 

Oregon State Institute of Transportation Engineers

The Oregon State ITE Student Chapter works to advance the professional and social development of its members within the field of transportation engineering. Each term, our group hosts a mix of speaker meetings, technical presentations, informational recruitment sessions, and a variety of field trips, aimed to expose students to various aspects of transportation. In addition to these professionally-oriented activities, we also strive to provide a variety of social events, such as potlucks, BBQ’s, sports outings, and movie nights! We also complete at least one technical data collection project each year to help our members gain field experience while working on real-life transportation projects. We encourage all students (no matter your class standing or level of experience with transportation) to join and learn more about the exciting field of transportation!

 

OSU Concrete Canoe

The Oregon State Concrete Canoe Team is part of the American Society of Civil Engineers’ international competition in which we construct canoes from lightweight concrete and race them against other schools who have done the same.

 

Steel Bridge Club

We are a group that primarily participate in hands-on experience in welding, construction, learning, and more. The Steel Bridge Team competes in a once a year competition where we design and fabricate a 20ft long bridge that is with-able to withstand 2000lbs. The Design and Fabrication is all done by the students with some guidance by the Civil Teachers.

 

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