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Each year, SAME Honolulu offers scholarships to deserving high school seniors and college students who will be or are currently enrolled at a university with an accredited engineering or architecture program.
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SAME MONTHLY LUNCH MEETING – MARCH 8, 2017

Hale Ikena, Fort Shafter (map)
11:30am – 1:00pm

Sustaining Member in the Spotlight:  N/A

Topic:   Resiliency Master Planning

Synopsis:  Resilience is the new buzzword, and the subject of books, studies, conferences, and many initiatives. But what does it mean to be resilient? Is it about rolling with the punches or something more transformative? The speaker will discuss the need for community and agency resiliency master planning in the face of potentially disruptive natural and manmade disasters. The speaker will discuss recent work in Oregon and Washington to get ready for the expected Cascadia 9.0 Subduction Zone earthquake and tsunami, and how resiliency master planning can help all communities, including those in Hawaii and the Pacific, prepare for the future.

Speaker: Allison Pyrch, Associate, Hart Crowser, Inc.

Allison Pyrch is a geotechnical engineer whose experience includes site-specific seismic design for buildings, roads, bridges, dock and port structures, large embankments, slopes and landslides, and water infrastructure. She is active with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Technical Committee on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering and travelled to Chile and Japan after their subduction zone earthquakes and tsunamis to study the effects on lifelines. She has been engaged with public, local and state agencies and the Oregon Resiliency Committee to promote earthquake and tsunami awareness and resilience. Allison is Hart Crowser’s lead in “Salus Resilience,” a multi-discipline team of firms that include economists and built environment specialists, working together to provide an integrated approach to planning and design to help clients become truly resilient.

Cost:
$25 – SAME Members (40 Years and Over)
$15 – SAME Young Members (39 Years and Under)
$30 – Non-Members

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APPLY NOW FOR 2017 SAME STEM ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION CAMPS! REGISTRATION DEADLINE TO SAME HONOLULU POST IS MARCH 24, 2017

For over 30 years, before STEM was being promoted, SAME has been advancing events and activities and offering scholarships designed to excite students to become engineers. SAME, in collaboration with the military services, offers a series of week long, STEM Engineering & Construction Camps designed for high school students who excel in math, science and technology courses and are interested in pursuing engineering, architecture, or related fields in college. Each of SAME’s camps has their unique curriculum, with the common thread being: challenging environment, hands-on activities, mentors who are young engineers, long term resources for alumni.

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