Closing Plenary Luncheon, Keynote Speaker, and Awards Program

Saturday, April 21
11:30 AM - 1:45 PM

Structural engineering education and experience prepares one for a meaningful and impactful career as a professional engineer. But it also can motivate and develop leadership skills. This presentation discusses what educators and professionals can do to enhance leadership in the structural engineering profession.

Ticket required. Included in Full, Student, and Saturday Daily registration. Additional tickets are $95.

Greg L. Fenves

Gregory L. Fenves, Ph.D., M.ASCE, is president of
the University of Texas at Austin and an
internationally recognized structural engineer.
Fenves spent 20 years on the faculty of UC
Berkeley, where he became an internationally
recognized expert on structural engineering for
earthquakes, making contributions to the modeling and
simulation of structural and geotechnical system behavior
under earthquake loading. Fenves led the development of the
Open System for Earthquake Engineering Simulation
(OpenSees), a highly modular software framework for
modeling and computing the response of structural and
geotechnical systems. For his accomplishments, Fenves has
received four major awards from the American Society of Civil
Engineers, was inducted to the National Academy of
Engineering in 2014, and is a corresponding member of the
Mexican Academy of Engineering.

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