2016-2017 Scholarship Winners Announced
- Published on Tuesday, 26 July 2016 14:11
The CMAA Foundation is proud to announce its selections for the 2016-2017 Foundation Scholarship. The Foundation received over 50 high-quality applications, making this year's competition one of the stiffest ever. After weeks of deliberation, the judges agreed upon the following three students.
Graduate Student: Maria Nieves-Melendez, Virginia Tech
Undergraduate Student: Kent Beecham, Cal Poly State University
Francis Keville Memorial Scholarship: Ann Skorulski, Virginia Tech
Each winner will receive $5000 and an "all-expenses-paid" trip to CMAA’s National Conference & Trade Show in October. Congratulations!
2016 Scholarship Info
- Published on Tuesday, 08 December 2015 20:00
BYU, PSU Pioneer ABET-CMAA Accreditation for CM Program
- Published on Thursday, 17 September 2015 16:24
Congratulations to Brigham Young University and Pittsburg State University in Kansas for becoming the first two CM programs to become accredited by ABET.
Fifth Annual Rising CM Program
- Published on Thursday, 17 September 2015 16:17
CM students and young professionals will find plenty to interest and challenge them at the fifth Rising CM Conference, which begins Saturday, October 10. Rising CM has been designed for seniors and recent grads just beginning their careers in CM/PM, who want to develop meaningful leadership skills and become better connected with the construction industry professionals.
2015-2016 Scholarship Winners Announced
- Published on Thursday, 17 September 2015 15:49
Graduate Student: Tahni Hartso, University of Washington
Undergraduate Student: Elijah Elliott, CMIT, San Diego State University
Francis Keville Memorial Scholarship: Julie-Ann Evans, New York University Polytechnic Institute
Each winner will receive $5000 and an "all-expenses-paid" trip to CMAA’s National Conference & Trade Show in October.
Professor Ralph Locurcio, PE, of Florida Institute of Technology has been selected as CMAA’s Educator of the Year. Locurcio will be honored at CMAA’s National Conference.
Foundation Supports ABET Accreditation
- Published on Thursday, 11 December 2014 15:32
The CMAA Foundation is providing financial support to a vital new initiative to provide ABET accreditation opportunities for undergraduate construction management programs.
CMAA has become a member society of ABET, the pre-eminent accrediting organization for engineering and related educational fields. Additional information about this activity can be found at cmaanet.org/cmaa-and-abet.
The Foundation is underwriting the costs of ABET membership dues, travel for program observers, and other expenses. CMAA's ABET Steering Committee has completed a draft of program-specific criteria for CM programs and the ABET Board of Directors approved it at its Fall 2014 meeting, moving the criteria into a year-long period of review and comment. Interested parties can find the draft criteria here.
Supporting ABET accreditation is a key part of the Foundation's mission to address the future workforce needs of the construction management profession.
The CMAA Foundation accepts a variety of contributions to strengthen the CM industry’s position in the marketplace, including unrestricted gifts, sponsorships, multi-year pledges and planned giving options. Learn how to make a tax-deductible donation.
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