The APWA UW Chapter is co-hosting an event with the UW Planning Student Association and ITE UW Chapter to end the year in a figurative firework show! Sustainable Transportation Policy: A Conversation with Regional Leaders is scheduled for May 22nd, 2019 from 06:00pm-08:00pm at the UW Intellectual House.
We are hosting very important regional leaders that make decisions for all of us. They include King County Executive Dow Constantine, Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff, King County Councilmember Claudia Balducci, Senator Steve Hobbs (Chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee), and WSDOT Deputy Director for Regional Transit Coordination Celeste Gilman. Dow, Steve, and Celeste are all alumni of the University of Washington. Continue reading
As mentioned, I am reaching out to various colleges around Seattle to invite to students and faculty to attend Infrastructure Week 2019 Kick-off, Monday 5/13 at Optimism Brewing in Capital Hill. In addition to this evening of networking and informative presentations/discussions, my organization, Utility² is hosting (3) facility tours Tues/Weds/Thurs the same week. For faculty, this is a good opportunity to share their experiences and learn a bit more about Seattle’s infrastructure challenges/solutions; for students, this may be a great opportunity for exposure to various industry sectors and career networking! The events are FREE, and details below: Continue reading
Applications for two Engineering leadership programs are open May 1 – 14.
“ADVANCING THE NEXT-GENERATION LEADERS IN ENGINEERING” (ANGLE) is a scholarship program where participants will explore modern leadership topics and apply them their own professional development plans. Students will also partake in a Spring Break “leadership trek” to hear from Engineering professionals in the workplace.
ENGINEERING AMBASSADORS will represent the College in its efforts to grow interest in Engineering with K-14 students and support recruitment, retention, and student success at UW. From presenting in local classrooms to giving campus tours to prospective families, participants will gain valuable experience in communication and networking.
Applications can be completed at https://tinyurl.com/eaangle19 are are due at 5PM on TUESDAY, MAY 14. Questions can be directed to email@example.com
Beginning Tuesday, April 9th, CEE Faculty will begin hosting area-specific Senior Year Faculty Mentoring Sessions.
These sessions are an opportunity for you to hear from Faculty from your area(s) of interest to solidify your Upper Division academic plan.
To prepare, we highly recommend reviewing the resources below including the FAQ’s and the Senior Year Planning Sheets: BSCE | BSENVE
Spending some time before these sessions in preparation will help you get the most out of them.
-Brian & Mariko
CEE Undergraduate Advising
Confirmed Faculty Mentoring Sessions (rooms subject to change): Continue reading