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March Meeting: Student Night & Carroll Memorial Lecture (Some Long-span and Some Tall Buildings by SawTeen See)

posted Feb 18, 2018, 10:11 AM by Charles Mitchell   [ updated Mar 13, 2018, 2:14 PM ]
The Johns Hopkins University Department of Civil Engineering
2018 Richard J. Carroll Memorial Lecture

Some Long-span and Some Tall Buildings
SawTeen See
P.E., C.E., Dist. M. ASCE

Wednesday, March 14, 2018, 5 p.m.

Johns Hopkins University
Homewood Campus
Maryland Hall, Room 110

Directions & Parking

GPS Closest Address: 3100 Wyman Park Drive

Student Night
March's meeting is also student night. Sponsor employers will be in attendance recruiting for internships & full time positions. Students, bring your resumes to share with recruiters!

About the Speaker 
SawTeen See, a structural engineer with 40 years' experience, will share some of the highlights of her collaborations with architects in the design of pedestrian bridges, museums, convention centers, and some of the world's tallest buildings.  

She will discuss projects such as the AIG pedestrian bridge in Hong Kong, the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, NC, the Baltimore Convention Center Expansion, the Shanghai World Financial Center, the 555m Lotte World Tower in Seoul (the 5th tallest in the world), the 630m PNB 118 tower under construction in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and innovations for some super high-rises of the future. 

SawTeen See has extensive experience in the structural design of the full spectrum of building and structure types.  SawTeen is a Distinguished Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and a Fellow of the New York Academy of Sciences.  She is on the Advisory Board of the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Cornell University.  In 2017, SawTeen was featured in the CTBUH Journal's Special Issue: "Women in the Tall Building Industry".  She was one of three professionals representing architecture, developer, and engineering in the 2016 AIA-CTBUH program "Women Shaping the Urban Habitat".  The 2006 ASCE publication "Changing our World: True Stories of Women Engineers" featured SawTeen as a structural engineer.  

Schedule of ASCE & JHU Events
Carroll Lecture, Maryland Hall, Room 110

ASCE Reception/Student Night, Gilman Hall Atrium*

Dinner, Glass Pavilion*

Members: $45
Non Dues Paying Members: $60
Non-Members/Guests: $60
Students & Government Employees: $30

Registration Deadline & Cancellation Policy
Registrations are open until Noon, Friday March 9th. However, the refund deadline has already passed. Additionally, you will be invoiced, via email, for payment in the event you cancel, after this deadline or do not attend the event. You will not have to pay if you cancel your registration prior to this deadline.

Charles Mitchell,
Mar 13, 2018, 1:56 PM
Charles Mitchell,
Mar 13, 2018, 1:56 PM