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Welcome Faculty and Students!
Thank you for visiting the AISC University Programs homepage. Our programs are intended to assist in the development of future professionals who are knowledgeable in structural steel behavior and design, and to foster career development of faculty members through support of teaching, research and service.
Within this area of the AISC website, you will find important information on our many benefits and opportunities available to students and steel educators. Learn more about our student competitions, AISC Student Manual Discount program, helpful teaching aids, free student and educator AISC memberships, scholarships and much more, all by following the links on either side of this note.
We invite you to bookmark this page and check back frequently as new updates will be posted in our Announcements section below.
We wish you great success!
- AISC University Programs
- Students! How would you like to win an Oculus Go VR Headset or one of our other awesome prizes? Sign up for free to play along in our first-ever Live Student Steel Trvia contest on February 27!
- Applications are now being accepted for 2020-2021 AISC Scholarships for Juniors, Seniors and Masters students. The deadline to apply is May 1, 2020.
- The 2020 Student Steel Bridge Competition - Regional Events will take place throughout March and April. Best of luck to the 2020 competitors!
- AISC warmly welcomes new Partners In Education committee members Jeffrey Keileh (Plant Construction), Katie Wheaton (Case Western Reserve University), and Hans Herrmann (Mississippi State University).
- Congratulations to the seven educators who have been selected to receive an AISC Educator Award for 2020!
- Join us in Atlanta for NASCC: The Steel Conference on April 22-24! AISC is planning special sessions for both faculty and students. Register today!
- The 20th annual ACSA/AISC Steel Design Student Competition program has been announced! Register by April 1, 2020.
- Did you know that AISC offers college-level students a way to formally organize and develop a student organization that is recognized by AISC and the AISC Education Foundation? We encourage students at U.S. colleges and universities to create an affiliated AISC Student Club to access a variety of benefits.