Traffic engineer for URS and the President for the Institute of Transportation Engineers Southern California Section.
This is a great opportunity to get to know more about transportation engineering from a professional traffic engineer!
-Get to know Neelam and how she became a traffic engineer.
-Understand what URS does and the different types of projects they work on
-Get tips and advice that will help you in your academic and professional careers
-Get free food!!!!
This presentation will be in collaboration with the general meeting for ITE
(Institute of Transportation Engineers) Space will be limited, so reserve your spot today!!!
To RSVP, go to this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3KS727X
When: Thur sday, October 16th dur ing U-Hour
Where: 17-2646 (Transportation Lab)
Brandon Reyes is a Civil Engineer working at URS out of their Ontario Office. He is a Cal Poly Pomona Alumni who received his Bachelors of Science degree in Civil Engineering. He will be presenting about his experience with the SR-91 corridor improvement project. Brandon will also be talking about what to expect during your first 5 years as a transportation engineer.
Karen Aspelin received her Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering from the University of Virginia and her Master’s in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University. She has been working as a transportation engineering consultant for over 20 years, in Las Vegas, Nevada; Albuquerque, New Mexico; and Colorado Springs, Colorado. Karen has known she wanted to be a traffic engineer ever since she got her first Fisher Price Little People parking garage in the early 1970s. Her service to ITE has included sitting on the executive committee of the Traffic Engineering Council, serving as the General Chair of the Western District annual meeting held in Albuquerque in 2001, going through the officer ranks of the New Mexico Section, serving as the Western District Technical Committee Chair for 9 years, and she is now the president of the Western District. Karen has been married 18 years and has two children in middle school.
Mr. Daniel David, Jr. is a Civil Associate at RBF Consulting at their Ontario, CA office. He recently graduated from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona with a degree in Civil Engineering-General Option in June of 2013. Though a recent graduate, Daniel entered the engineering industry this past summer with 4 years of combined intern experience at the County of Riverside’s Transportation Department and at RBF Consulting. He currently works in the Transportation-Public works department at RBF Consulting, where he takes on an involved role in highway and managed lanes projects. This week, Daniel will be discussing what to expect in transportation industry as an intern and new graduate.
My name is Jesse Morton and I am a recent graduate of Cal Poly Pomona. I graduated with my BS in Civil Engineering General Option in June 2013. I was born and raised in Diamond Bar and have been local to Cal Poly my entire life.
Currently I am working at Parsons Corporation as a Cost Engineer on the SR-91 Corridor Improvement Project. I have been in this position Continue reading →
The Cal Poly Pomona Student Chapter of Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITECPP) was honored to attend the Science Fair EXPO on October 5. The Science Fair EXPO was co-hosted by San Bernardino County
Superintendent of Schools and Riverside County Office of Education to support the K-12 Science/STEM Education program. Elementary, middle school, and high school students from surrounding counties with an interest in math and science were in attendance to learn about the many different fields in math and science.The Science Fair EXPO consisted of consultations, presentation, exhibitor booths, and workshops. These were hosted by teachers, professors, high school and college students.
ITECPP participated in the Science Fair EXPO by displaying an exhibit and presenting on the discipline of civil engineering. The exhibitor booth included activities on structural and transportation engineering.Students were provided sheets of 8.5” x 11” copy paper and asked to roll them into columns to be able to support loads of textbooks. Continue reading →