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The Blume Center proudly helps to sponsor the following student organizations:
American Society of Civil Engineers
Founded in 1852, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)is America's oldest national engineering society! It represents more than 133,000 members of the civil engineering profession worldwide. ASCE's vision is to position engineers as global leaders building a better quality of life. Comprised of Regional Councils, Younger Member Councils, Sections, Branches, Student Chapters and Clubs and International Student Groups, the Society and its volunteers are fully engaged in making this a better world by design.
For more information about the Stanford chapter of ACSE, visit our website at: http://asce.stanford.edu
Earthquake Engineering Research Institute
The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI; http://www.eeri.org/) is a national, nonprofit, technical society of engineers, geoscientists, architects, planners, public officials, and social scientists. EERI members include researchers, practicing professionals, educators, government officials, and building code regulators.
Mission Statement: The objective of EERI is to reduce earthquake risk by
(1) advancing the science and practice of earthquake engineering
(2) improving understanding of the impact of earthquakes on the physical, social, economic, political, and cultural environment
(3) advocating comprehensive and realistic measures for reducing the harmful effects of earthquakes.
For more information about the Stanford chapter of EERI, visit our website at: http://eeri.stanford.edu.
Engineers for a Sustainable World
Engineers for a Sustainable World (ESW - USA) is a non-profit organization that addresses engineering-based challenges of developing communities through partnerships that foster cultural, educational, and technical exchange.
For more information about us, visit our website at: http://esw.stanford.edu/
Engineers for a Sustainable World Stanford will be sending 1-2 interns to the Indian Himalayas this summer to work with 2 members of SEEDS, an Indian-based NGO focused on disaster relief and mitigation, to research historic seismic design technologies, analyze existing buildings, and disseminate the technology and knowledge to the local people. SEEDS is looking for students with a structural or architectural background.