Time Engineers (www.timeengineers.com) is a video game that teaches principles in civil engineering where students can time-travel to build pyramids, irrigate farm land, build a catapult, and much more.
Time Engineers teaches engineering, science, and math without leaving the fun of gaming behind. Students travel in a cool time machine to three different time periods and encounter typical engineering problems to be solved in order to build pyramids, irrigate farm land, command a WWII submarine, raise and lower medieval drawbridges, and much more.
With great weather, a course in great condition, plenty of great food and the largest turnout of golfers in its history, the 14th Annual ASCE Central Ohio Section was one of the most successful ever. A record turnout of 88 golfers along with a few motorcycle riders participated in this year’s event held once again at Darby Creek Golf Course. The defending champs from 2009, Joe Windau and Tom Roch, brought home the winning score at 3-under par. J.R. Wolfe and George Gillespie were the only other pairing to break par at 1-under par. Prize hole winners included:
The Central Ohio Section of ASCE held their 10th annual Civil Engineering Career Day on April 22, 2010. In attendance were over 30 high school juniors from over 10 different Central Ohio High Schools. Robert Johnson with Jezerinac Geers took us on a tour of the new OSU Student Union, including the new very large ball room. Dr. Carolyn Merry with OSU and Dr. Ken Walsh with OU presented to the students at lunch and in the afternoon Tony Moeller and Tyler Shane with Turner hosted a tour of the new SciTech project (Radio Frequency Research Building).
The Order of the Engineer is an organization created to foster a spirit of pride and responsibility in the engineering profession.
The Order is not a membership organization; there are never any meetings to attend or dues to pay. Instead, the Order fosters a unity of purpose and the honoring of one's pledge lifelong to "Upholding Devotion to the Standards and Dignity of the Engineering profession." Members accepting the obligation often wear a stainless steel ring on the small finger of their working hand.
ASCE Ohio Council is presenting an award for Civil Engineering related projects at the State Science Day here in Columbus. Will you be able to serve as a judge this year? It is a great incentive to the students, rewards their interest in engineering, and encourages them in engineering careers. We sponsor one award, for which we need to pick first, second, and third place student projects from everyone that applies.
The date is Saturday, May 8. If you can volunteer to be a judge, please contact Peter Narsavage at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2010 Robert O’Shea Engineering Ethics Award for Ohio ASCE Student Chapter and Younger Members
Don Pawlowski is the winner of the 2010 Robert O’Shea Engineering Ethics Award for Ohio American Society of Civil Engineers Student Chapter and Younger Members for his paper “Ethics and the Civil Engineer of 2025”.
Pedaling for Clean Water in Africa
Join other cyclists on May 22, 2010 for the Tour de H2O and help fund a water well in East Africa. Access to clean water is paramount for breaking the cycle of poverty and together we can help provide this basic human right.
- Being part of a fun, grass-roots effort that will make a real difference
- Choice of routes suitable for all levels of cyclists
- Fully supported ride with food and drink stops
- Low fundraising minimum
- Cool fundraising prizes
For more information, visit www.tourdeh2o.org
We want your nominations for our annual awards for both Outstanding Civil Engineer of Central Ohio and Outstanding Section Member for 2009-2010.
The award for Outstanding Civil Engineer of Central Ohio goes to an engineer who practices or teaches civil engineering in Central Ohio, has made a significant contribution to civil engineering profession during the last year, and exemplifies the public image and perception of the civil engineer and its profession.