Schedule

Prior Sessions

2016 SE University Schedule
2015 SE University Schedule       2014 SE University Schedule       2013 SE University Schedule 
2012 SE University Schedule       2011 SE University Schedule       2010 SE University Schedule

In addition to the yearly schedules above, you can also access the past session information by CATEGORY or DATE. If you are an SE University Client and would like to watch previous sessions, please log in to your SEU Resource Center account, and select the SEU Session Library.


Upcoming SE University Sessions

SE University Core sessions are held the 2nd Wednesday of each month. Supplemental sessions are provided as noted. All times shown are Eastern time.

Dec
13
Wed
Tornado/Storm Shelter Design Requirements
Dec 13 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Speaker: Jason Pirtle, PE
Jason Pirtle Structural Engineers, LLC

Devastating tornadoes causing loss of life and massive property damage have pushed the design industry into seeking new ways to protect the public during these events. With the 2015 requirement, structural engineers have been tasked with designing tornado shelters to do just that.

This SE University will cover the provisions of ICC/NSSA 500 and FEMA P-361 for which the shelter must be designed, as well as, review issues and considerations specific to shelter design that aren’t often encountered in typical commercial design.

Handouts and registration emails for this session will be sent to SE University companies on Friday, December 8th.

Jan
10
Wed
Selecting the Appropriate Seismic Steel System for Your Project
Jan 10 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Speaker: Patrick Fortney, PhD, PE, SE, P.Eng

 

Handouts and registration emails for this session will be sent to SE University companies on Friday, January 5th.

Feb
14
Wed
Understanding the “Costs” of Connections Used in Steel Seismic Projects
Feb 14 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Speaker: Patrick Fortney, PhD, PE, SE, P.Eng

 

Handouts and registration emails for this session will be sent to SE University companies on Friday, February 9th.