Category: Student Organization Meetings

New Systems Engineering Student Org

Michigan Tech has a new professional engineering organization on campus, MTSEA (Michigan Tech Systems Engineering Association). 


All majors are welcome. The student organization has two upcoming events. Details about the events and contact info are in the email attached below.- Social Event – Tuesday October 12th from 5-6:30pm, Walker Lawn – General Meeting with Ford Senior Technical Lead – October 20th at 7pm, Zoom meeting   + https://michigantech.zoom.us/j/82197730824


If students have questions about how a Systems Engineering Minor will fit with their degree, please contact Amy Monte at efadvise@mtu.edu.


NOBCChE at Michigan Tech: Member Recruitment


NOBCChE at Michigan Tech is a student chapter of the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE). NOBCChE’s mission to help encourage and facilitate more participation of black and other minority groups in STEM education as well as to provide platforms for their professional development. 

As a NOBCChE student member, one is eligible for full or partial sponsorship to conferences, direct access to NOBCChE career centre for job applications, and opportunities to network with professionals from different industries and schools across the country. 

Note: Membership in NOBCChE at Michigan Tech is open to any student here at Tech who supports the mission of the organization, regardless of the department, gender, or race. You can learn more about the organization via this link: https://www.involvement.mtu.edu/organization/NOBCChE


General Meeting: Structural Engineering Institute

We are excited to announce our info sessions for next semester’s spaghetti bridge competition!
Rules will be presented along with the logistics of the competition. Spaghetti dinner will be provided.
They will be Wednesday (12/4) and Thursday (12/5) from 5-6pm in Dillman 202.
We hope to see you there!

General Meeting: REAC (Railroad Engineering and Activities Club) Speaker Series

Everybody is invited to this month’s edition of the Railroad Engineering and Activities Club Speaker Series, featuring guest speaker Phil Pasterak!
Phil works for WSP Engineering, and will be discussing some of the high(er) speed rail projects that he’s been a part of recently. He’s also going to be sharing a number of internship and full-time opportunities at the meeting!
Where: Fisher 125
When: Mon Jan 28 @ 7pm
Who: Open to all!
We hope to see you there!

EWB (Engineers Without Borders): Recruiting New Members!

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We Welcome all Majors!
COME TO OUR TWO TEAM PROJECT MEETINGS!
Bolivia: 1st General Meeting:
Time: Wednesday, Jan. 30, 8pm-9pm
Location: M&M Rm 104

Guatemala: 1st General Meeting:

Time: Tuesday, Jan. 29, 8pm-9pm
Location: EERC Rm 412
 
WHO ARE WE?
Engineers Without Borders (EWB) is the MTU student chapter of the national membership-based nonprofit organization that partners with communities to meet their basic human needs and creates global leaders through transformative experiences.
WHAT DO WE DO?
Currently, we have 2 open projects looking for team members: Bolivia and Guatemala.
Bolivia: Looking for team members to help implement and design a road culvert
Guatemala: Looking for a Team Leader to coordinate and manage the project and team members to help implement and design a gravity-fed water distribution system
Involvement link:

ITE (Institute of Transportation Engineers)

The Institute of Transportation Engineers, Michigan Tech Chapter, will be having its first meeting of the year Thursday October 4th at 5:00pm in Dillman 214. We will be joined by company representatives from HNTB. Join us to learn more about ITE, HNTB, and enjoy pizza provided by them.

About ITE:

The Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) is an international membership association of transportation professionals who work to improve mobility and safety for all transportation system users and help build smart and livable communities. Through its products and services, ITE promotes professional development and career advancement for its members, supports and encourages education, identifies necessary research, develops technical resources including standards and recommended practices, develops public awareness programs, and serves as a conduit for the exchange of professional information.

Founded in 1930, ITE is a community of transportation professionals including, transportation engineers, transportation planners, consultants, educators, technologists, and researchers. Through meetings, seminars, publications, and a network of more than 15,000 members working in more than 90 countries, ITE is your source for expertise, knowledge, and ideas.

Questions? Contact student chapter president:

Jakob Janquart, jsjanqua@mtu.edu

 


General Meeting: Husky Construction

Husky Construction will be having their first meeting of this semester tomorrow (Tuesday 9/18) from 7PM-8PM in EERC 314. They will discuss possible volunteer opportunities including with Habitat for Humanity and possibly building a broomball rink for Michigan Tech. A special guest speaker Mike Summerfield will present more information on possibly building the broomball rink as well as provide snacks for everyone. in addition they will discuss any seminars or presentations that members are interested in attending. Hope to see everyone there tomorrow.

-Matthew Wray

Michigan Technological University
Construction Management