Want to know more about traffic/transportation and planning profession? Want to make friends with peers from other ITE student chapters? Or simply want to have some fun with a team and possibly win a trophy out of it?
We are recruiting members for the UW team to compete in 2021 ITE Western District Traffic Bowl!
The ITE Western District Virtual Student Traffic Bowl is to be held on Saturday, June 26 from 9:00 AM-3:00 PM. The schedule is as follows:
- 9:00-10:00 AM – Prequalification Round
- 10:00-11:00 AM – Virtual Walkthrough and Practice
- 11:00-1:00 PM – Break
- 1:00-3:00 PM – Virtual Student Traffic Bowl
If you are not sure about how it works, no worries! We will introduce virtual traffic bowl platform and have plenty of time to practice all functions! We need 4 members to compete!
Email or text PhD student Shuyi Yin by June 11 to join: firstname.lastname@example.org & (650)561-5205.
More info in the links below:
ITE Western District Student Traffic Bowl Overview
ITE Western District Student Traffic Bowl Schedule
If you missed CEE Faculty Candidate Bethany Gordon’s seminar, you can watch the recording here.
Your voice = chance to win $100!
The College of Engineering is busy designing a new building – UW’s future home for COE students on campus, the Interdisciplinary Engineering Building (IEB)!
Your voice is essential to the success of this building. What types of space should be built? What do you need in those spaces?
Take this 5min survey and tell us how we can make the IEB more: Inclusive? Yes! | Supportive? Sure! | Useful? Tell us how!
Survey participants have the opportunity to win one of eight $100 certificates to The University Book Store (separate raffles for undergraduate and graduate survey respondents).
All, if you missed CEE faculty candidate Dr. Jasmina Burek’s seminar, you can watch the recording here.
President Cauce’s most recent blog post
is about the importance of caring for the UW community through the current Covid crisis in India.
The current Covid situation in India is terrible. Death rates are high, medical care and supplies are in short supply, and many cities and states are under lockdown. Like many crises, Covid’s impacts reflect existing inequalities. While Covid has hit low-income communities especially hard, it is impacting everyone.
Many people in the CEE community are from India or have close personal or family ties. So many families have lost loved ones. The human toll is heartbreaking and scary.
For those in our community impacted directly: you are in our thoughts. You have our support.
If you are interested in giving money, UW provided a list of organizations
working on Covid relief in India.
CEE’s institutional connections with India include that dozens of CEE students have spent their Winter Quarter studying and working with organizations in Bangalore, via the Grand Challenges Impact Lab
(GCIL). Professor Hossain works with marginal farmers
in North India and I (Julian) work on indoor and outdoor air pollution in India. As a further opportunity to provide on-the-ground financial support, an outstanding organization CEE GCIL students have worked with in Bangalore, Hasiru Dala, is fundraising
for their Covid relief work.
Our department invites everyone to be mindful of how the current crisis in India is impacting members of our community. We hope everyone will be there for each other.
If we can help, please reach out.
– Jessica Kaminsky, Laura Lowes, and Julian MarshallCovid crisis in India