I have been involved with ASCE since my first week here at UNLV. I am honored to serve as this year’s President. I chose to become a Civil Engineer long before high school began. I was fascinated with altering the physical world. When you help construct an edifice and later get to drive by it, slowly knodding your head knowing what work you put in, that’s a real Civil Engineer. I want to make ASCE an extracurricular that makes students excited to be involved with it. There is a lot of work to do, will you help us?
VP of Fundraising
VP of Events
VP of Conference
Bernie Espinoza is a college student who is working towards becoming a Civil Engineer and who will be graduating from The University Of Nevada Las Vegas (UVLV). He has spent many hours in projects of the ASCE(American Society Of Civil Engineers) at UNLV. In 2017 he was part of the Steel Bridge team and the the Surveying team for the Pacific South West Conference(PSWC). PSWC is ASCE’s annual student chapter competition that puts civil engineering to the test. Over 1200 Civil & Environmental Engineering students compete each year, representing 18 universities in California, Nevada, Arizona and Hawaii. He is a transfer student from the University of California at Davis and he is a member of ASCE and Engineers Without Borders(EWB) at UNLV. He plans to be involved in research projects and really loves being part of ASCE. He loves pit bulls and likes to make a difference in his community when he is not at school. Bernie believes that
“IF YOU CAN DREAM IT YOU CAN ENGINEER IT”.
Hi 👋🏼 my name is Maral, and I’m a civil engineering undergraduate student. I go hiking and swimming in my spare time, and I like to travel during school breaks. The main reason I decided to become an engineer is because I like to solve problems and make things happen. Besides, you can help people in so many different ways with engineering knowledge. I became a member of ASCE a couple of months ago, and I’m proud to be one of this year’s UNLV ASCE representatives. I had my doubts about my abilities and skills to be able to fill this position, but I have to say that I’m thankful for the ASCE officers who encouraged and motivated me into this position. Being a part of ASCE feels like being part of a big family. I’m looking forward to helping ASCE grow and meet its goal.
Concrete Canoe Captain