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Civil and Environmental Engineering Store – Now Open!

Brought to you by MTU Chi Epsilon, the Civil and Environmental Engineering Honor Society, the MTU Civil and Environmental Engineering Store is now open until December 1st! Grab your CEE gear and sport apparel for the best department at MTU! All proceeds from the store go towards supporting CEE student organizations here at Michigan Tech. 


Fall 2020 additions include men’s and women’s button-down dress shirts and Carhartt winter hats! We offer casual, business, and outdoor attire for all.


Visit: https://chi-epsilon-mtu-chapter.square.site/ today!


Michigan Tech Rail Transportation Program Railroad Scholarships

These scholarships are proudly sponsored by the CN Endowment Fund and by generous donations from our other industry supporters and friends. This year’s program will feature a dedicated scholarship for at least one Michigan Tech freshman student interested in pursuing a career with the rail industry. They will also continue to fund at least two scholarships for other Michigan Tech students with interests in the railroad industry.

Amount of Award: Each scholarship awarded will be in the amount of $1,000.

Eligibility: Applicants for the Railroad Scholarships must be an undergraduate student at Michigan Tech University in good standing and interested in the railroad industry. Open to all
disciplines.

Application Process: To apply for CN Railroad scholarships the materials listed below must be
submitted to David Nelson, 301D Dillman Hall, Michigan Tech University, phone: (906) 487-2568 by Friday, December 18th, 2020 by email: dannelso@mtu.edu Please also visit https://goo.gl/e7dcPY for more information.

Application package must include:

  • the attached application form
  • a copy of your transcript

Successful applicants will be informed of awards by the early part of the spring 2021 semester.


Tenant Applications for the MTU Sustainability Demonstration House are Officially Open!

Both undergraduate and graduate students in any major are welcome to apply to be an SDH tenant.  Want to learn more about what it’s like to be an SDH tenant?  Watch our YouTube video!

Interested in touring the house?  Sign-up for a tour on Saturday 10/31 through this link.  Due to covid, we are only allowing one person into the house at a time for tours.

Download an application and the official SDH program agreement at sdh.mtu.edu.  Please see the attached flyer for more information.  Applications are due on Monday, November 9th at noon.


Partners’ Preview Day – 3M

3M is registered for tomorrows Partners’ Preview Fair. There are still time slots available if students want to take advantage meeting with them prior to the Virtual Career Fair.

3M is mainly looking for environmental engineers with past experience or interest in a manufacturing setting in both full-time and internship roles. 3M’s “schedule” is titled “Environmental, Health, and Safety Jobs at 3M.”

This is a great way for students who are serious about 3M to chat about their resume prior to the Virtual Career Fair in a couple weeks.


Built World Enterprise Information Session

Are you interested in joining an enterprise?

Built World Enterprise is hosting on information session on Tuesday, February 25th at 5:00pm in Dillman 204. 

Built World Enterprise (BWE) currently participates in the Airport Cooperative Research Program University Design challenge that promotes student involvement in solving issues related to airports and the National Airspace System through innovative approaches. Any major is welcome to participate in the enterprise. 


Job Posting: MDOT

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is seeking a Transportation Engineer 9-12 (Traffic Signal Design Engineer) Field Services.

Function as a senior transportation engineer, completing or overseeing a variety of assignments in one or more specialized areas of traffic engineering involving traffic signals.

Transportation Engineer 9-P11 Position Description
Transportation Engineer 12 Position Description

Education

Possession of a bachelor of science degree in engineering OR will obtain by May 31, 2020.

You may view the job posting here: MDOT Transportation Engineer 9-12 (Traffic Signal Design Engineer) Field Services


Job Posting: MDOT (Traffic Signing)

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is seeking a Transportation Engineer 9-P11 (Traffic Signing) Field Services.

This position assists in coordinating and/or overseeing the development of traffic signing plans developed by the unit and consultants to ensure uniform and comprehensible visual systems for these devices.

Education

Possession of a bachelor of science degree in engineering.


Note:  We may consider applicants that will be obtaining a bachelor of science degree in engineering by May 31, 2020.

Alternate Education and Experience

Possession of a registered professional engineer license as required by the State of Michigan may be substituted for 6 months of experience at the Transportation Engineer 9-12 levels. This substitution may only be used once for any employee for qualification of appointment or early reclassification.

You may view the job posting here: 

MDOT Transportation Engineer 9-P11 (Traffic Signing) Field Services


Job Posting: MDOT (Newberry TSC)

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is seeking a Transportation Engineer 9-12 (Newberry TSC).

This position functions as a multi-disciplinary senior-level worker responsible for work assignments in the areas of traffic/safety, utilities and permit coordination, work zone safety and mobility, traffic signal monitoring and recommendations, and safety program coordination.  This position utilizes Region and Transportation Service Center (TSC) staff, contract agencies, direct maintenance crews, contractors and other resources to accomplish safe and efficient movement of persons and goods on the state trunkline system within the TSC.  Responsibilities also include providing technical advice and consultation to utilities, the TSC’s permit agent, contractors, and other customers for timely completion of permit work and utility relocation activities in the area.  This position acts as a liaison between MDOT and utility companies/agencies during the design and construction phases and is responsible for recommending final sign-off on plans for approval and utility clearance.  This position requires meeting tight deadlines and resolving issues to ensure the successful implementation and operation of MDOT services and products.  Successful and continuing customer contact is a requirement fo this position.  This position maintains project records, communications and other relevant project information regarding utility and permit operations.

Education

Possession of a bachelor of science degree in engineering.
Note:  We may consider applicants that will be obtaining a bachelor of science degree in engineer by May 31, 2020.

You may view the job posting here: MDOT Transportation Engineer 9-12 (Newberry TSC)