Institute of Transportation Engineers Mission
To provide the global community of transportation professionals with the knowledge, practices, and skills to serve the needs of their communities and help shape the future of the profession and transportation in the societal context.
The Oregon Tech ITE Student Chapter is a group of students dedicated to pursuing careers in a transportation-related profession. Our student chapter hosts a variety of professional development events including webinar viewings, guest speaker lectures, Dinner with a Transportation Professional; and assists students in attending the Bill Kloos Annual Traffic Bowl, ITE Western District Meeting, Transportation Research Board, and many other events and conferences.
Student Chapter President
My name is Caroline Schulze, I’m a Colorado native currently in my junior year at Oregon Tech. I enjoy the outdoors, my favorite show on Netflix is New Girl and my favorite band is Rainbow Kitten Surprise. I am super excited to be taking on the role of President for Oregon Tech’s ITE chapter!
Vice President, Trips
I’m a junior in the civil engineering program originally from La Grande OR. My goals have shifted towards transportation engineering more recently and as such I’d like to take this chance to connect more with professionals in the field with all types of backgrounds and experience and encourage other students to take up more opportunities offered to them through ITE.
Vice President, Outreach
Hi! I am from Southern California & a senior in the civil engineering program! I am also apart of ASCE and hold a social media officer position. I love being involved with ITE and learning more about the traffic industry through events and professional presentations. In my free time, I love to be outdoors with my dog, spending time with family, or playing my guitar!
Graduate Student Respresentative
I got involved with ITE because I wanted to make friends within the civil program. The people in this group are amazing and every trip or event is a blast with them!
The professional aspect is also great for meeting practicing engineers and making real world connections.
Traffic Bowl Captain
Getting involved with ITE has helped me get to know others in my program who share the love for transportation engineering. I decided to become an officer in our ITE club to widen my knowledge and connections in the engineering field. I look forward to pursuing my engineering career with the help of ITE.