"Technology Serving Arizona Business, Industry,
Education, and Government" ACESA is a communications network into Arizona's
pool of scientific, engineering, and technical practicing professionals.
The mission of ACESA is to support, promote and coordinate the programs
activities of the engineering and science associations of Arizona.
ACESA was created in the 1950s by the leaders of various professional societies
in the valley to coordinate and enhance their ability to achieve their
individual society objectives. ACESA continues to support the societies by
operating as an umbrella organization and providing a communications
Society representatives and other volunteers meet once a month to exchange
information and provide support for each other’s activities. Since community
interfacing and various educational competitions are multidisciplinary, ACESA is
the primary means of disseminating information and promoting these activities.
Members can also broadcast their activity information (messages, announcements
and questions) to the rest of the subscribers.
This site is hosted by • Southwest Museum of Engineering, Communications and Computation
Notice: Passing of Charlie Hoyt
Some of you have been around long enough to remember Charlie Hoyt, a
dear friend, and long-time ACESA member. We were informed of his
passing on Sunday evening, July 29, 2012.
Charlie was very active in many organizations including Science
Olympiad, and Math Counts. He participated tirelessly in STEM related
programs and activities until his health prevented him from doing so.