SEAoNY's membership is spread across an array of different committees, each one focusing on a vital facet of the organization. Our current committees are listed below. Please click on the committee names if you would like to contact a committee and learn more. SEAoNY's primary committees are also listed in your membership profile - please indicate your interest by selecting the checkboxes and you will receive periodic correspondence from the respective committee chairpersons. Your involvement is appreciated!
The Education Committee focuses on bridging the gap between the Professional Community of New York's engineers with the Universities. Through programs like the annual Structure Quest and ongoing efforts to host resume and interview workshops, the Education Committee puts students and universities in direct contact with SEAoNY professionals.
The Codes & Standards Committee provides information to members regarding changes in codes. It also makes recommendations for amendments to the codes which would incorporate new developments in various aspects of the design of structures.
The Membership Committee encourages those in the practice of structural engineering and allied professionals to become members of the association. It also maintains membership files and publishes the membership directory.
The Programs Committee plans meetings and workshops and arranges for the annual meeting. This includes selecting the event date and venue, and preparing all announcements and mailings in conjunction with the event.
The Publications Committee collects appropriate news and other material for inclusion in the SEAoNY Newsletter. This includes editing, printing and distributing the Newsletter.
The Scholarship Committee reviews potential recipients of the SEAoNY/AIA Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to an undergraduate engineering/architecture student in New York each September.
The SE Licensure Committee is a newly formed committee responsible for strategic planning and lobbying efforts towards the implementation of an SE practice Act in New York.
Small Practices Committee is designed to help facilitate the flow of ideas, recognize the needs of smaller firms and help build stronger ties in the structural engineering community in New York.
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