YMF Past Award Winners - 2015
2015 National Conference
Congratulations to Andrew J. Gastineau ! In this picture, he is accepting the Collingwood Prize, at the ASCE National Convention in New York. He is accompanied by his advisors: Steven F. Wojtkiewicz, Jr., Ph.D., and Arturo E. Schultz, Ph.D., as well as the ASCE President Robert D. Stevens, and the Executive Director of ASCE Thomas W. Smith III.
Elizabeth Clark of the Seattle Section is the winner of the Edmund Friedman Young Engineer Award for Professional Achievement. The Edmund Friedman Award recognizes younger members of ASCE who have advanced the profession; exhibited technical competence, high character and integrity; developed improved member attitudes toward the profession; and contributed to public service outside their professional careers. Congratulations to Bethy for this high honor!
More details on the ASCE website.
2015 New Faces of Civil Engineering & Opal Awards Gala
To recognize the next generation of leaders, ASCE's New Faces of Civil Engineering program highlights 10 young, diverse, and talented engineers who demonstrate a clear vision, good managerial and technical skills, and who possess inspirational leadership qualities and a desire and willingness to change the world for the better.
Our very own YMF President, Courtney Davis, has been named as the ASCE 2015 New Faces of Civil Engineering and was presented her award at the 2015 OPAL Awards Gala in Arlington, VA on March 26, 2015 (pictured above at the OPAL Gala with Tom Smith, ASCE Executive Director, and Bob Stevens, ASCE President).
Courtney was featured in the ASCE News which can be viewed here: http://blogs.asce.org/davis-sees-her-hard-work-transformed-to-meaningful-infrastructure/
2015 Western Region Younger Member Council (WRYMC) Awards
Courtney Davis was awarded Outstanding Younger Member in the Private Sector
Bethy Clark was awarded Outstanding Younger Member in Community Activities
Mellissa Wu was awarded Outstanding Younger Member in ASCE Activities
ENR Northwest Top Young Professionals
Courtney L. Davis was featured in ENR's Northwest Top Young Professionals. "Courtney L. Davis made her first contribution to her profession while in graduate school, when recommendations she made significantly impacted masonry design codes. Since then, she has worked on several noteworthy projects, including the Lake Borgne Surge Barrier in New Orleans, the largest civil works project ever undertaken by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. With expertise ranging from navigational and waterfront structures to bridges, Davis currently is working on the SR-520 floating bridge in Seattle and Denman Island Cable Ferry in British Columbia, the longest structure of its kind in the world."
Edmund Friedman Young Engineer Award
Bethy Clark was awarded the 2015 Edmund Friedman Young Engineer Award.
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- ASCE CYM Awards
- WRYMC Awards
- ASCE Region 8 Awards
- PSEC Awards
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