Attention Students in Structural Engineering
Structural Engineering Principles for Starting Work…
Announcing “SE Apprentice”
Web Seminar Series
Are you a Student in Civil/Structural Engineering who would like to learn additional technical information to help you start your career as a structural engineer?
In a carefully crafted series of presentations, Carrie and Stephen guide students through the design of an actual project – the South Central Chiller Plant Generator Building at The Ohio State University. This series aims to present ideas and concepts not typically learned in class, and combine these with real world knowledge of how a building and project come together, to help give students an idea of what to expect on a project they would work on in the office.
Carrie and Stephen presented the following four live web seminars in October and November 2015:
Session 1: Loads; What are they and Where do they Come From?
Session 2: Structural Systems and Load Paths
Session 3: Design and Coordination
Session 4: Contract Documents
These sessions will be most applicable to Seniors and Graduate Students, and may also be helpful for younger students.
TO REQUEST ACCESS TO THE SE APPRENTICE SERIES:
To view the recorded sessions, or complete a series evaluation form, please fill out the form below. After submitting your information, you will receive an e-mail with further details on accessing the recorded sessions.
Also feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn. We hope you find the sessions helpful.