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YMF - A Fantastic 2016-2016 Mentorship Program

The 2015 – 2016 ASCE OC Mentorship Program has officially come to a close. Throughout the year mentors and protégés attended one-on-one and group settings to share work and personal experiences to improve their professional development.

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Do you have an interesting topic you would like to share?  We are always looking for new and relevant content to distribute to our members relating to Civil Engineering in Orange County (no ads!).  If you have an idea please feel free to submit it to the Newsletter Committee! You will receive a confirmation email; however, no futher acknowledgement will be sent.  There is no guarantee of publication.

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SEI - Complementary Angles - ASCE and SEAOSC Invigorate Resilience Independently

By: Chad Harden, P.E., S.E. Recently two separate engineering organizations met coincidently within two days of each, each engagingly focused on resiliency and safety - and SEI was fortunate to be able to attend both. The first was the ASCE Orange County Branch, History and Heritage (H&H) and Student Night  November 17, 2016, held at the Lyon Air Museum in Santa Ana. The second event was the SEAOSC Strengthening Our Cities Summit November 18, 2016, held at The Center at Cathedral Plaza in Los Angeles.  Keep reading to learn more about the ENVISION goals of ASCE and the Safer Cities Initiative from SEAOSC.

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History and Heritage - Lyon Air Museum

By: Tom Broz, P.E., S.E. At the November 17, 2017 OC Branch History and Heritage/ Student Night dinner held at the Lyon Air Museum.  Tom Broz, P.E., S.E. - OC Branch History and Heritage Committee Chair, presented why the dinner was held there.  Tom explained that ASCE has Policy Statement 463 – History and Heritage which states ASCE’s support for programs that promote the knowledge of the history and heritage of civil engineering as an integral component of education and professional practice. Keep reading to see how the Lyon Air Museum has played a key role in preserving the engineering legacy of Orange County.

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Branch News - In Memoriam Hugh Berry

Fullerton city officials are mourning the loss of a former city employee who played a major role in shaping the landscape of the city today. Hugh L. Berry, who, in his 32 years with the city, held the titles of assistant city manager, director of engineering, city engineer, and executive director of the Fullerton  Redevelopment Agency, died Oct. 26 at his Fullerton home.  Death was due to natural causes. He was 82.

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