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CTR students really shone at this spring's TexITE meeting, winning the District Traffic Bowl and taking home the Outstanding Student Award
http://ow.ly/1FMz30cOjIy

Join us today at 3:00 in ECJ 6.706 for Randy Machemehl's “Research in System Operations”--the latest in our Summer Symposium Series.

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The UTC-UI 2017 Summer Symposium Series continues this Thursday, June 8, with Kirk Fauver of the FHWA's Texas Division, presenting "Every Day Counts and Research Implementation Efforts in the State of Texas.”
Free to attend! Join us this week at CTR (1616 Guadalupe, 4th floor) from 3:00 to 4:00.
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The ITE/ITS student chapters are excited to host Nicola Gheno, Project Manager at Stantec as our guest speaker on Thursday, April 27th. The topic of discussion will be Mixed Use Development – Project Overview of the Plaza Saltillo Area.

Meeting Details:
• Date: Thursday, April 27, 2017
• Time: 5:00 - 6:00 PM
• Location: ECJ 6th Floor Conference Room (6.706)
• Refreshments will be provided!

Mark your calendars and please RSVP if you plan to attend (and to indicate any dietary restrictions): http://ow.ly/nJRt30bc07Z
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Don’t miss this free seminar this Friday: Ethics for Graduate School & Beyond

Did you know that engineers have almost as long an ethical code as doctors and attorneys? And all professional engineers must revisit ethics every year, before renewing their PE licenses. Students, come find out about the common ethics pitfalls that you face as graduate students, both in school and after graduation. We’ll discuss data collection & description, data & results fabrication, paraphrasing vs. plagiarism, author responsibility, PE licensing, & ethics in teaching—and how these apply to your current role, as students, and how it carries over into professional careers.

Friday, April 14, 4 – 5 pm in ECJ 6.406
Snacks will be provided
Presented by Dr. Kara Kockelman, Professor at UT Austin’s CAEE

Please RSVP to amy.banker@utexas.edu or 512-232-4252 so we know how much space & food we’ll need
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