Traditionally the Mid-Pacific Student Conference has hosted a Mead Paper presentation for the Technical Paper.
Established in 1939 in honor of the 67th President of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Daniel W. Mead Student Contest provides an opportunity for young civil engineers to further their professional development and gain national attention by addressing ethical issues affecting the Civil Engineering profession.
This year's topic is “Ethics and the ASCE Report Card for America’s Infrastructure”. On the official Daniel Mead Student Contest website, you can find the detailed rules, and additional resources for this competition.
The following details the confirmation status for each Conference Member via registration.
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