Pre-registration for Summer 2011 courses begins on February 16, 2011. I will post the packet information for CON 296 Field Internship and CON 484 Management Internship on Monday February 14th. Information will also be available on the Del E. Webb School of Construction Blackboard site.
Internships that are recognized for academic credit must go through the formal ASU/DEWSC process, which includes submitting a job description, verification of employment, signing the syllabus and registering for the course.
Detailed information will be posted on 14 February.
Dan Mardian used to tell the story about how the construction program started at each of the graduation luncheons when I first joined the DEWSC. Safe to say that it was an industry endeavor to start a construction management program in the State of Arizona. The resolution below is the recognition of the industry efforts to establish what is now the Del E. Webb School of Construction
I collected a lot of the historical materials for the Del E. Webb School of Construction over the last couple of years. In 2011 I will be posting a number of the artifacts that show the people and policies that have shaped the DEWSC over the last 54 years. I hope you enjoy them.
DPR Construction will be presenting on 24 February at 6:30 PM in Urban Systems Engineering, Room 103.
I have posted and OCR for Cox on Sun Devil Career Link. This set of interviews is for their summer 2011 internship. Pre-qualifications are that you need to be an undergraduate CM student that is a US citizen or permanent resident.
A complete description is on ASU Sun Devil Career Link (www.asu.edu/career). This is an open sign-up visit, which means first come, first serve on the slots. Interviews will take place in USE, Room 239 on 9 February from 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM.
I met with Bill Okland on Friday, 28 January and Okland Construction plans to recruit for intern and full time positions this spring. Look for a recruitment date to be posted soon.
The ASU Construction LibGuide is collection of links to relevant resources for construction management students. A couple of years ago Linda Shackle and I expanded the items for construction management students to include links to major organizations, industry publications, relevant data sources from the federal government and online reference material. All of this is tied into the ASU library system, so if there is a resource that ASU has you can get to it.
Additional content pages are at ASU for every degree area – http://libguides.asu.edu/index.php