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Thanks to the generosity of UConn ITE members and faculty, the organization was able to donate as a whole to Heifer International and purchased a goat and a flock of geese to be sent to someone in need.

UConn ITE recognizes the need to reach out and help locally and globally!

Click HERE to see our eCard

Click HERE to donate for yourself!

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On 12/17/11 members of UConn ITE spent the day volunteering for Habitat for Humanities- as part of a 16-unit housing development, chapter members covered the framing on a roof and began the weathering process.Image

For more information email uconnite@gmail.com

Monday 11/7 Castleman 201 @noon

ATTENTION ALL CEE UNDERGRADS/GRADS
This Monday the UConn Institute of Transportation Engineers is holding their annual preliminary contest for the intercollegiate traffic bowl. If you like competition, transportation and opportunity for free travel (NY and GA) then please rsvp to uconnite@gmail.com to attend the event.

Teams of three compete in a jeopardy-style contest of transportation-related questions. The winner will go on to defend UConn’s title of regional champion on 11/17 in Queens, NY. The winner of the regional contest will get an all-expenses paid trip to Atlanta, GA to compete nationally!

For more information or to reserve a spot to compete, email uconnite@gmail.com

Wednesday October 19th @ 1:00pm

Join UConn ITE in a bike circuit around campus to promote the newly implemented bike share program at Homer Babbidge Library

All students, bikers, and bike advocates are welcome!

 

Meet at the Southwest Entrance to the Library (Facing the School of Business)


Karen Giese photo credit: ITE.org

  Karen Giese, P.E. and Vice-President of Product Management for PTV America, Inc. will be this wee’s  guest speaker  for the University of Connecticut’s Transportation Seminar Series.  PTV America, Inc. produces the widely-used VISSIM software used for transportation modeling. Ms. Giese is the 2009 recipient of ITE’s Young Consultant Award. The lecture will be in the UTEB building Room 150 starting at 12:00 pm.