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Past Grant Recipients

 

2017 Grant Recipients

  • Structural Engineers Association of Georgia (SEAOG)
    Awarded grant funding to promote visibility for the profession.
  • Structural Engineers Association of Hawaii (SEAOH)
    Awarded grant funding for a shake table.
  • Structural Engineers Association of Illinois (SEAOI)
    Awarded grant funding to host a Young Engineers Symposium.
  • Structural Engineers Association of Massachusetts (SEAMass)
    Awarded grant funding to host an ACE Mentor Program.
  • Structural Engineers Association of New York (SEAoNY)
    Awarded grant funding for a diversity launch party with the SE3 committee and to host networking skills events.
  • Structural Engineers Association of Ohio (SEAoO)
    Awarded grant funding to enhance their existing student mentoring program.

 

 

2016 Grant Recipients

  • Structural Engineers Association of Kansas & Missouri (SEAKM)—Awarded grant funding for the Kansas State University chapter of SEAKM to send students to structural conferences throughout the U.S.
  • Structural Engineers Association of Illinois (SEAOI)—Awarded grant funding for a technology improvement package to improve the quality and quantity of online programming.
  • Structural Engineers of New Hampshire (SEANH)—Awarded grant funding for the Young Members Group to host an S.E. Exam Review, participate in student outreach programs, and work with the local Habitat for Humanity.
  • Minnesota Structural Engineers Association (MNSEA) — Awarded grant funding for a Structural Engineering Breakfast Forum with presentations and panel discussions for University of Minnesota engineering students.
  • Structural Engineers Association of Metropolitan Washington (SEAMW)—Awarded grant funding for a Pecha Kucha Dinner Event and Presentation developed and organized by the SEAMW Young Members Group.
  • Structural Engineers Association of Colorado (SEAC)—Awarded grant funding for an expansion of educational programming, such as project presentations, job site tours, and Plant Tours.
  • Structural Engineers Association of Texas (SEAOT) —Awarded grant funding for setting up an Engineers Alliance for the Arts and Student Impact Project at a Houston high school.
  • Structural Engineers Association of Utah (SEAU) — Awarded grant funding for an update to the 25-year-old Snow Load Study, utilizing new data and new nationally recognized statistical modeling techniques. This project is a grant pledge based on Member Organization fundraising.

 

2015 Grant Recipients

  • Structural Engineers Association of Kansas & Missouri (SEAKM) - Awarded grant funding to sponsor student chapters at the University of Missouri - Kansas City, University of Kansas, and Kansas State University.
  • Structural Engineers Association of Metropolitan Washington (SEAMW) - Awarded grant funding to help the Young Member Group develop outreach programs to students in DC, Virginia, and Maryland area schools.
  • Structural Engineers Association of Arizona (SEAoA) - Awarded grant funding to help the Young Member Group provide SE Review sessions, activities with Habitat for Humanity and Future Cities, technical tours, and networking opportunities.
  • Structural Engineers Association of Illinois (SEAOI) - Awarded grant funding to improve the SEAOI Women's Networking Initiative to include two new events that will help women structural engineers in the Chicago area network and grow in their careers.
  • Oklahoma Structural Engineers Association (OSEA) - Awarded grant funding to support the pilot program of Engineering for the Arts in Tulsa.

 

2020 Grant Recipients

 

  • SEAC (Colorado) awarded funding to launch a local SE3 Committee.
  • SEAOI (Illinois) awarded funding to create a cohesive library of STEM videos and funding to enhance the association's Remote Site Visits.
  • SEAU (Utah) awarded funding for a Wasatch Front Seismic Study to understand the cost implications of designing buildings for a Collapse Prevention risk target for the 84th percentile Wasatch fault response accelerations, rather than the current Ss and S1 code values.
  • SEAONC (Northern California) awarded funding for SE3 DEI Firm Leader Cohorts to provide a forum in which firm leaders can discuss their commitments to and the challenges in implementing strategies for racial DEI in their firms, and the industry.
  • SEAoO (Ohio) awarded funding further support their students by establishing a new $1,000 award.
  • SEAKM (Kansas/Missouri) awarded funding to enhance their Mola Model Initiative and Student Outreach.

 

 

2019 Grant Recipients

  • SEAOCC: Awarded $800 to enhance Structural Engineering, Engagement, and Equity (SE3) Committee
  • SEAOSD: Awarded $2300 to support the EERI San Diego-Tijuana Regional Earthquake Scenario Study and a Special Wind Region Study
  • SEAOI: Awarded $500 to host a Young Professionals Workshop
  • SEAKM: Awarded $1600 to launch an SE3 Committee Panel Discussion & Networking Event, and to assist with STEM classes for local elementary school students
  • SEAMass: Awarded $800 to launch an SE3 Committee - Interactive Seminar Series
  • SEAoNY: Awarded $500 for a screening of the documentary Leaning Out with panel
  • SEAoO: Awarded $900 for a Young Members’ Track at Annual Conference
  • OSEA: Awarded $700 to assist efforts in the Engineering Fair E-week 2020 Bridge Competition
  • SEAoT: Awarded $640 to support a local SE3 Speed Mentoring event
  • SEAW: Awarded $1300 to assist with a Joint Oregon & Washington Special Regions Wind Study

 

2018 Grant Recipients

  • Structural Engineers Association of Southern California (SEAOSC)
    Awarded $1,000 for the “Stand Out from the Crowd” Leadership Training
  • Structural Engineers Association of Ohio (SEAoO)
    Awarded $500 for a young member kick-off event
  • Structural Engineers Association of North Carolina (SEA of NC)
    Awarded $500 to enhance a new member drive
  • Structural Engineers Association of New York (SEAoNY)
    Awarded $500 to develop and host young member education
  • Structural Engineers Association of North Carolina (SEA of NC)
    Awarded $250 for structural engineering outreach to high schools
  • Structural Engineers Association of Nebraska (SEAON)
    Awarded $800 for structural engineering outreach to high schools
  • Structural Engineers Association of Central California (SEAOCC)
    Awarded $1,000 for a snow load online mapping tool
  • Structural Engineers Association of Southern California (SEAOSC)
    Awarded $3,000 to support the Strengthening Our Cities Summit, Safer Cities Survey and Northridge Earthquake Anniversary event.
  • Structural Engineers Association of Hawaii (SEAOH)
    Awarded $1,000 for structural engineering outreach to high schools
  • Structural Engineers Association of Northern California (SEAONC)
    Awarded $1,000 for diversity and inclusion initiative launch
  • Structural Engineers Association of Illinois (SEAOI)
    Awarded $500 for volunteer leadership training
  • Structural Engineers Association of Oregon (SEAO)
    Awarded $1,500 for a wind region study