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  • Student Endowment Fund: July/August

    For the July/August spotlight, Student Funding and Initiatives Committee (SFIC) member Ashley Kim shares how the Joint Western and Mountain Districts Virtual Annual Meeting hosted student events in the virtual format. During pre-COVID times, the Western District would typically host in-person events for students at the Annual Meetings such as the Kell Competition, Student more >
  • Student Endowment Fund: May/June

    For the May/June spotlight, we invited our ITE Student Chapters to share what they have been doing during this new normal of online coursework and off-campus life. The following Chapters shared how they are keeping their members connected. UCLA ITE at UCLA has switched quickly to online webinars and workshops via Zoom! We have more >

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  • Student Endowment Fund: March/April

    For the March/April spotlight, Gonzaga University student chapter president Madelyn Cayton reflects on the inaugural year of the Gonzaga University Student Chapter. Gonzaga University has had an ITE student chapter for several years but it wasn’t until Fall 2019 that it became an established club on campus. A few students who were interested in more >
  • Student Endowment Fund: January/February

    For the January-February spotlight, USC ITE students Joan Lee, Allison Fischer, and Lei Lily Tam reflect on the ITE Student Leadership Summit, which they planned and hosted with the UCLA chapter. The Student Leadership Summit is one of many initiatives supported by the Student Endowment Fund. Planning and executing a three-day conference with 200 more >
  • Student Endowment Fund: November/ December

    For the November-December spotlight, Student Funding and Initiatives Committee Chair Kimberly Leung will be sharing updates to the District’s Student Initiatives, including new awards and funding allocations, beginning in 2020. The Student Funding and Initiatives Committee (SFIC) is tasked with promoting the advancement of the transportation planning and engineering profession by fostering the close more >
  • Student Endowment Fund: September/October

    For the September-October spotlight, the ITE at UCLA and USC ITE student chapters would like to invite the District to the upcoming Student Leadership Summit, one of many initiatives supported by the Student Endowment Fund. This year, ITE at UCLA and USC ITE are co-hosting the 7th Annual Western/Mountain District Student Leadership Summit, one more >
  • Student Endowment Fund: July/August

    Thank you to all of the teams that participated in the MiteY Race at the recent Western District Annual Meeting in Monterey, CA!  We kicked off the meeting on Saturday with with 4 family/friends and 8 student teams completing fun, but challenging tasks around the Hyatt Regency Monterey. The top family & friends teams more >
  • Student Endowment Fund: May/June

    For the May-June spotlight, we will hear from Vivian Sy, Allison Traylor, and Lauren Takeyama from the Cal Poly Pomona ITE Student Chapter about the influence ITE has had on their personal and professional development as well as their career aspirations in the transportation industry: Vivian Sy 2019 Graduating Senior, Civil Engineering – Transportation more >
  • Student Endowment Fund: March/April

    For the March-April spotlight, we will hear from Amer Zreika, Jay Gonzales, and Nicholas Caruso about the San Jose State University ITE student chapter and their recent experience at the ITE Student Leadership Summit, one of the many initiatives supported by the Student Endowment Fund: Amer Zreika 4th Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Major more >
  • Student Endowment Fund: January/February

    For the January-February spotlight, we will hear from the University of California, Irvine student chapter officers about their passion for the transportation industry and ITE. They share with us some of the rewards and challenges of being student chapter officers: Mareeya Tongkul – ITE President 5th Year / Civil Engineering, Transportation Specialization How did you more >