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ACI

 

What the organization does:
Missouri S&T ACI student chapter is affiliated nationwide and its members participate in career enrichment and design competitions relating to concrete and its many uses. Competitions are a great way to get involved and learn the basics of concrete design and fabicration. Competitions are located in different International locations each semester, so it is a great opportunity to travel as well.

 

How to become a member:
Contact the President or visit the ACI website.

Jeffrey Mayer - President (jmmg6d@mail.mst.edu)

 

Meeting time and location:
Meetings are held every other Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. in Butler-Carlton Hall, room 121. Everyone is invited to attend!

 

Website:
http://campus.mst.edu/aciumr

 

National Website:

www.concrete.org/

AEI

 

What the organization does:
Missouri S&T Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI) was established in 2002 and is one of 19 other student chapters. AEI is dedicated to the dissemination of knowledge regarding the Architectural Engineering profession and to the interaction of students, faculty and professionals in the field. To meet these goals AEI host presentations by professionals from the industry, tours various construction projects and historically significant architectural sites, competes annually in the Charles Pankow Architectural Engineering Student Competition and attends the National AEI conference.

 

How to become a member:
Contact AEI by emailing: mstaei@mst.edu or visit their website.

 

Meeting time and location:
Meetings are held every other Wednesday night (opposite of ASCE) at 7 p.m in Butler-Carlton Hall.

 

Website:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Missouri-ST-AEI-Student-Chapter/196578023717390

National website:

https://sites.google.com/site/aeistudents//

AGC

 

What the organization does:
Missouri S&T Associated General Contractors Missouri S&T Associated General Contractors participates in projects and field trips, attends the national conference, and even awards an annual scholarship. AGC allows students a great opportunity to get involved in the aspect of construction. The group participates in site visits, community service projects, as well as hosts an OSHA Safety course every year.

 

How to become a member:
Contact the Vice President or attend the meetings.

Bret Baer - Vice President (beb7z4@mst.edu)

 

Meeting time and location:
Meetings are held at 6:00 p.m. every Thursday, in Butler-Carlton Room 121. Everyone is welcome to attend!

 

National website:

www. agc .org/

 

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