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National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark Dedication


NEASCE Partners with ASCE for Webinars
When you use the Nebraska Section's promotional code (
WEBNEBSEC) to buy a webinar (live or on-demand), the Nebraska Section receives a portion of the the revenue generated with your preferred rate!  Read more...

Upcoming Conferences
Transportation Conference: Postponed until further notice


Upcoming Monthly Section Meetings

 All upcoming meetings postponed until further notice.





Centennial Nebraska Section Centennial Celebration 2017
Read more about the Centennial effort and events here.   
Photos are posted on the Centennial recap page and in the Gallery.





Founded in 1852, ASCE is comprised of individuals from all areas of specialization within the civil engineering profession including:

Architectural Engineering (AEI)
Coasts, Oceans, Ports, and Rivers (COPRI)
Construction (CI)
Engineering Mechanics (EMI)
Environmental and Water Resources (EWRI)
Geotechnical Engineering (GI)
Structural Engineering (SEI)
Transportation and Development (T&DI)
Utility Engineering and Surveying (UESI)

To support each technical area, ASCE has established Institutes, semi-autonomous specialization organizations, which are linked below.  (Abbreviations are given next to the speciality above in the list above.)

sei-asce COPRI logo CI logo
EMI_Shield_Small EWRI Logo geo-institute-logo
sei-asce T&DI logo UESI Logo Shield Small


"My involvement in ASCE has been more than worth it - professionally and personally."

Marie Stamm, NE ASCE Director