SUIT UP and be civil 2021
While we all love the fun-filled networking event of Suit Up and Be Civil, to protect all members of our community, the 2021 event will be completely virtual.
Join us for the seventh annual SUBC February 9th, 2021 where students, professionals, and faculty will come together for a virtual networking event. It is a unique opportunity to connect with current students, other industrial leaders, and top academic Engineering faculty members.
Student Tickets General Tickets
$5 ASCE Members $15 (Faculty/Alumni)
$10 Non ASCE Members
When: February 9, 2021 from 4:00pm -6:30pm
Where: Virtual (Webpage for event to come)
Business Casual Attire
4:00 "doors" open
4:00-4:25 opening remarks from
Hanna and Dr. Schwartz's welcome
4:25-5 Keynote Speaker: Jaime Van Mourik
VP, Education Solutions, USGBC
5:00-6:20 Open Networking
6:20-6:30 closing remarks and raffle!
6:30 end of event
Please contact our Suit Up and Be Civil Coordinators, Hanna London: SuitUpBeCivil@gmail.com
Keynote Speaker: Jaime Van Mourik
Vice president, Education Solutions, U.s. Green Building Council
Jaime Van Mourik believes education is the catalyst for change, and is committed to building innovative, sustainable and healthy spaces where future generations can learn and prepare for a changing world. As Vice President for Education at USGBC, Jaime specializes in sustainability education, professional development, and green campus planning and building design. She is most passionate about preparing students for careers in sustainability, and works with higher education institutions and advocates across the country to create learning platforms that integrate sustainability and green building concepts into curriculum, including LEED Lab. Jaime has extensive experience leading colleges and universities through the planning and implementation process and advising on how LEED can help shape sustainability initiatives in teaching, research and practice. Jaime is a LEED AP and Associate AIA member. She holds a bachelor’s in architecture from Virginia Tech and a master’s in architectural history from the University of Virginia.