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TABLE OF CONTENTS 2012-2013 OFFICERS OF ITECPP .................................. 2

2012-2013 OFFICERS OF ITECPP Ruben Hovanesian President

Daniel David External Vice President

Joie Edles Internal Vice President

Marc Felipe Tolliver Secretary, Projects & Research Coordinator.

Trisha Munoz Treasurer

Robert Kopelk Webmaster

Hector Salcedo Projects & Outreach Coordinator, TMC Conference Chair

Van Tran Activities Chair

Byanka Velasco Workshops & Tutoring, Fundraising Chair

Marion Cartas TMC & ITE Annual Conference Chair

Johnny Truong Engineering Council Rep.

Danee Berumen TMC Conference Director

ANNUAL REPORT FORM .............................................. 3 MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT ................................ 4 CONFERENCES ............................................................. 5 GENERAL MEETINGS .................................................... 8 PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS ........................................ 10 TECHNICAL TOURS AND FIRM VISITS ........................ 10 TECHNICAL PROJECTS ................................................ 11 COMMUNITY SERVICE AND OUTREACH .................... 13 FUNDRAISING AND SOCIAL EVENTS .......................... 14 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SECTION COLLEGIATE TRAFFIC BOWL COMPETITION ................................... 15 TRANSMODAL CONNECTION CONFERENCE .............. 15 WEB AND SOCIAL MEDIA PRESENCE ......................... 15 MEMBER ROSTER ...................................................... 16

Stephanie Lam TMC Conference Chair

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ANNUAL REPORT FORM Student Chapter of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona For the period of April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013 1. STUDENT CHAPTER OFFICERS President: Ruben Hovanesian External Vice President: Daniel David Internal Vice President: Joie Edles Secretary: Marc Felipe Tolliver Treasurer: Trisha Munoz Webmaster: Robert Kopelk Projects and Outreach Coordinator: Hector Salcedo Projects and Research Coordinator: Marc Felipe Tolliver Activities Chair: Van Tran Workshops and Tutoring Chair: Byanka Velasco Fundraising Chair: Byanka Velasco ITE Annual Conference Chair: Marion Cartas Engineering Council Representative: Johnny Truong TransModal Connection Conference Director: Danee Berumen TransModal Connection Conference Chair: Marion Cartas TransModal Connection Conference Chair: Stephanie Lam TransModal Connection Conference Chair: Hector Salcedo 2. STUDENT CHAPTER MEMBERSHIP Number of Student Chapter members: 67 Number of Student members of the Institute: 27 Number of Students eligible to be a Student member of the Institute: 67 Number of faculty members who are current ITE members: 4 3. INFORMATION ON TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING ENROLLMENT Number of undergraduate students (Sophomore - Senior years) in your academic department: 1,000 Full time: 1,000 Part-time: Unknown Does your curriculum allow an undergraduate student to major or minor in Transportation? Yes X No Number of graduate students in Transportation: 40 Full time: 40 Part-time: 0 4. SUMMARY OF STUDENT CHAPTER ACTIVITIES See full report. 5. ROSTER OF STUDENT CHAPTER MEMBERS See page 16.

Report submitted by: Name: Ruben Hovanesian Phone: (818) 396-6545 E-mail: rahovanesian@csupomona.edu Date: April 1, 2013

Contents approved by:

Dr. Xudong Jia (Faculty Advisor)

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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT Greetings Distinguished Reader, It has been an exhilarating and rewarding year for ITE Cal Poly Pomona. Our past successes have set the bar high, but with an exceptionally dedicated and motivated team of officers, members, and advisors, we have enjoyed a historical and memorable year. To better prepare our members for their careers, we have continued to host bi-weekly guest speakers and organize technical tours of firms and project sites. We have led workshops and created new engineering courses. Realizing the importance of the planning aspect in our field, we have teamed with the American Planning Student Association to offer additional benefits to members of both groups. Knowing the importance of networking and mentorship, our members have attend professional meetings, lectures, and conferences throughout the region. We understand the importance of encouraging the younger generation to take an interest in the Engineering fields, therefore we’ve organized and participated in several outreach events, partnering with the students of the American Society of Civil Engineers and of the Society of Women Engineers to have a greater impact. The results of our hard work are obvious in the tremendous increase in membership, highest in the last decade. Our presence in social media and on the web have more than doubled, as we engage in conversations about transportation issues and keep our website updated with news, blogs, and a calendar of local transportation events. It is because of the incredible support from our network of peers and professionals that we enter our 40th year as a member of the ITE and Cal Poly Pomona communities in such a strong fashion. The donations, advice, and never-ending support from the professional members of ITE have served us a great example of the camaraderie that exists especially in the Transportation and Traffic Engineering field. With great enthusiasm and pride, we share our endeavors and accomplishments of 2012-2013 in the Cal Poly Pomona ITE student chapter Annual Report! Sincerely,

Ruben Hovanesian Student Chapter President, 2012-2013 CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, POMONA

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CONFERENCES ITE Western District Annual Meeting in Santa Barbara, CA, June 24-27, 2012 We had the privilege of attending the 2012 Western District ITE Annual Meeting in Santa Barbara with a large delegation of 26 students. We were able to show our level of involvement as well as the strength of our transportation program through our involvement, with ten students making technical presentations along with three of our faculty. The conference was an amazing opportunity for us to learn from the presentations, get involved in the events and competitions, as well as network in a semi-formal environment. We started the conference off with two teams competing in the MiteY race, a very fun experience modeled after The Amazing Race, nothing like starting an engineering conference by building an “ITE” sandcastle on the beach! The James H. Kell Student Competition required a bit more thinking outside the box. Challenged with the San Francisco Tsunami Evacuation Plan teams of students needed to work together to determine what the most efficient way was to evacuate the city after a major tsunami hit. Our students were on all top three winning teams! Now the Traffic Bowl, that was a nerve-wracking experience as we went from qualifying for it on through to the final round. Us versus San Luis Obispo with the final jeopardy question deciding who will represent District 6 in Atlanta! We’re proud to have lost to such a strong team (but we sure don’t intend on letting it happen a 2nd time). Watching the professional sections offered us a chance to relax and enjoy the competition. We were honored and ecstatic to receive the award for Best Student Chapter and for Best Student Website! These accomplishments acknowledged our efforts and encouraged us to grow our successful student chapter. It was an unforgettable experience for all the members of our chapter at Cal Poly Pomona.

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ITE Annual Meeting and Exhibit in Atlanta, GA, August 12-15, 2012 We had the profound honor of being awarded the Best Student Chapter award on the international level of ITE! It was the first time our student chapter has earned it, and it was an exhilarating feeling finding out for the first time during the Western District Conference. Four of our officers attended the conference in Atlanta. There was a different environment there, with ITE members from all over the world in attendance. We attended the presentations and workshops, gaining a much broader perspective of what is happening in the transportation industry nationwide, as well as worldwide. The supportive and friendly environment encouraged networking and making new connections with other students who were there for the Traffic Bowl as well as with the professionals. We also had a chance to explore Atlanta, riding the world’s longest freestanding escalator during a tour of the CNN Center as well as tasting all the flavors of Coca Cola from across the world while touring their headquarters.

Region X Student Transportation Conference in Portland, OR, November 15-16, 2012 We were lucky enough to be invited to attend the Region X Student Conference in Portland by the Oregon Transportation Research and Education Consortium (OTREC). While there, we arranged a tour of the FHWA Materials Lab at their Vancouver, WA office. It was a wonderful experience, seeing one the of the highest rated materials lab in the nation! We learned about the innovations in pavement materials and how they test soil, asphalt, and concrete samples. During the conference, we toured the construction for a new light-rail project and for a bridge replacement across a river. They were moving the old bridge to the side and keeping it operational while building the new bridge in place. It was a great opportunity for us and we appreciate OTREC’s invite!

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Selection of Other Conferences Engineering Council Leadership Retreat, May 12, 2012

Mobility 21, September 28, 2012

Electric Vehicle Expo, May 31, 2012

Annual American Planning Association Student Symposium, October 27, 2012

American Public Works Association Futures Day, August 28, 2012

Complete Streets Conference, February 28, 2012

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GENERAL MEETINGS We hold a general meeting every other week, open to all students. We provide lunch and invite a guest speaker from to give a presentation. These are especially beneficial for members as they learn from professionals about current/past projects, the different career paths, the specializations in the industry, as well as a chance to network and get personal advice at the end. About 40-50 students typical attend each meeting.

Alyssa Reynolds, PE, ITE Western District Past President How to Relate the Maintenance Aspect of Our Traffic Infrastructure to Traffic Engineering Ms. Reynolds shared her engineering experience and detailed key issues to consider at the design stage of various infrastructure improvement projects. She also stressed the benefits of becoming involved with ITE.

Zaki Mustafa, PE, President of ITE How the Los Angeles Department of Transportation Operates and How to Get Ahead in Life Mr. Mustafa outlined the “keys for success” to an audience of students and faculty. He stressed the importance of developing strong communication and technical skills. Closing out the presentation with the latest happenings within LADOT.

Neil Nilchian, PE, Retired from the Riverside County Transportation Department Development of the First Largest Group of 10-Existing Road Improvements in 2010-2011 Mr. Nilchian spoke in detail about Project Management in Transportation Engineering, stressing the importance of balance and the consideration of all project needs. He defined project success as a product of originality, timeliness, and client-service.

Brandon Reyes, PE, Civil Engineer with RBF Consulting Corridor Improvement Project on SR91 and the Do’s and Don’ts upon Entering the Industry Mr. Reyes described the widening and improvement of SR91 to ease congestion. He also discussed some of the important things students should know as they enter the industry, such as the importance of meetings. CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, POMONA

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Gianfranco Laurie, PE, KOA Corporation Overcoming Civil and Traffic Design Challenges Mr. Laurie overviewed three Civil Improvement Projects including a roadway widening and a traffic signal improvement plan. It was an excellent opportunity to learn about ITS, Traffic Engineering, and General Civil Design.

Vanessa Munoz, PE, TE, PTOE, Deputy Director of Engineering at Willdan Engineering Metro Orange Line Extension Project Ms. Munoz introduced the multidisciplinary work that Willdan does and chronicled her experience working on the Metro Orange Line Extension project. She also explained the importance of effective coordination with all parties involved in a project.

Deepak Ubhayakar, PE, retired city Traffic Engineer for Upland Engineer Your Way to Success Mr. Ubhayakar constantly mixed in his stand-up comedy throughout his presentation, making for a very fun meeting. He discussed the importance of public speaking and the key elements for a successful engineering career.

Bill Doran, PE, Director of Engineering and Construction at Metrolink Positive Train Control and other Advances in Rail Engineering Mr. Doran began by introducing what he does at Metrolink and his career path. He opened it up to a general discussion about careers in rail before moving into the main presentation about the technologies that make rail travel safer.

Robert Kilpatrick, PE, TE, Project Director and Associate at Hall & Foreman, Inc. A Correlation between Transportation Engineering and Land Development Mr. Kilpatrick spoke about his career path in transportation, from working primarily on Land Development projects to moving into Transportation Engineering. He discussed just how much the two fields overlap and are dependent on each other. CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, POMONA

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PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS We believe that in order for our student members to optimize the benefits of being a part of ITE community, fellowship and integration with local professionals is imperative. This past year we have encouraged members to attend as many professional meetings and events as possible, offering reimbursement of the registration fees. We value the networking opportunity these events present for us, along with the exclusive information received within the field of transportation at these meetings. Our members have been able to seize the opportunity of remaining informed and abreast on the current events of the profession by attending the meetings of the Riverside San Bernardino ITE Section, the ITE SoCal section, and the Orange County Transportation Engineering Council lunches. We also volunteered during the Annual Riverside San Bernardino ITE Vendor Show, where we learned about new bicycle detection technologies along with seeing some of the newest technology in our field.

TECHNICAL TOURS AND FIRM VISITS Throughout the year, we have organized many tours of different firms to give our members an exposure to what different companies are working on as well as what their work environment is like. For every tour we arrange, we invite all of the local university student chapters to join us, and we’ve had a great turnout. Some of the firms we’ve visited include RBF Consulting, Fehr & Peers, and Parsons Corporation. We have also toured the Los Angeles Department of Transportation and their Automated Traffic Surveillance and Control center along with the California Department of Transportation’s Transportation Management Center. One of the most exciting tours this year was of the Interstate 405 and Wilshire Interchange, where we were able to walk the active construction site with Kiewit Project Engineers as our guides. It was an extraordinary experience, learning about the project engineering and construction management needed to demolish the old interchange and construct the new one, all while maintaining vehicle and pedestrian access!

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TECHNICAL PROJECTS Transportation Studies for Cal Poly Pomona “You guys just did several hundred thousand dollars’ worth of engineering studies for us, for free. Thank you.” – Mike Biagi, new, we approached campus officials to Director of Parking and Transportation Services for Cal Poly Pomona This year we did something

identify what some of the campus’s needs are and what we can do as civil engineering students. We developed five projects and gave each to a team of students to take from start to finish, from making initial observations and meeting with the clients (the Police Chief, the Director of Parking and Transportation, and the Director of Planning and Construction) all the way through final analysis and recommendations. One team performed a roundabout study to identify problems relating to multimodalism, driver speeds, heavy vehicle accommodations, and driver education. Another team studied several intersections to identify problems and make recommendations, including whether signals were warranted. A team of students reviewed and evaluated the current bicycle and skateboarding policy for the campus, to accommodate the increasing number of bicyclists and skateboarders as well as to maintain a safe environment for everyone else. We also had a team performing a parking study of our parking structure with over 7,000 spaces. Our last team not only developed a geodatabase of traffic control devices on campus, but also provided recommendations on maintenance and standards-compliance. The project was such a success, that not only will most of the recommendations be implemented, but we will also be working with the campus officials again to take on transportation safety issues during the next several weeks.

ITE Parking Generation Data Collection Project Our proposal was selected from 21 different schools throughout the nation to receive the Data Collection Fund. To complete the project, we performed parking generation studies at two Transit Oriented Developments in the city of Pasadena, CA. Students had the opportunity to do field work as well as write a final report. The results of our study will be included in the future editions of ITE’s Parking Generation.

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Conference Presentations and Papers University of California Transportation Center 2013 Research Conference Los Angeles, CA, March 1-2, 2013

Transportation Research Board 92nd Annual Meeting Washington, D.C., January 13-17, 2013

2012 ITE Western District Annual Meeting Santa Barbara, CA, June 24-27, 2012

Publications

2013 ITE Western District Annual Meeting Phoenix, AZ, July 14-17, 2013 (Accepted for Presentations)

Assessment of Hit-and-run Crashes in Southern California

Traffic Impact Evaluation for Closure of Interstate 405 in California Alternative Solution to Rail Overcrowding: Parallel Bus Rapid Transit Experience in Beijing Comparing Transit-Oriented Development with Non-TODs Along Los Angeles Metro's Light-Rail System Using High-Resolution Event-Based Detector Data for Traffic Modeling and Control: Overview Analysis of Drivers' Stop-or-Run Behavior at Signalized Intersections Using High-Resolution Traffic and Signal Event Data Road Safety Assessments: Who, What, How, When, Where, and Why A Synthetic Environment to Evaluate Alternative Trip Distribution Models Incorporating Temporal Effect into Crash Safety Performance Functions “Two-Way” Relationships between Speed Limit and Road Safety Safety Perspective on Signal Coordination Warrant The Impact and future of High-Resolution Event Data How Do Traffic Control Measures Affect Vehicle Gas Emissions Do Alcohol and Other Drugs Significantly Affect Traffic Accident Types Performance Evaluation of Two Types of Interchange Design through Simulation Evaluation of the Effects of Rubbernecking in Adjacent Travel Lanes to An Incident Access Line Operation Mode Analysis and Empirical Study in Urban Metro Transit of Beijing Advocacy groups: What makes them successful & powerful and how to develop an effective & healthy relationship Highway Geometric Design – Application of Design Standards in InRoads Evaluation of the Influence of Underreported Crash on Hotspot Identification Causal Exploration of Bike Accidents in the Bay Area An Examination of the Endogeneity of Speed Limits and Accident Counts in Crash Models Investigating the Uncertainty of Drivers’ Gap Selection and Its Impact on the Fundamental Diagram A Shockwave Profile Model for Traffic Flow on Congested Urban Arterials Understanding Students’ Behavior in Selecting Parking Locations Assessment of Hit-and-run Crashes in Southern California Factors Contributing to the Effectiveness of Radar Speed Signs

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COMMUNITY SERVICE AND OUTREACH High School Educational Outreach Project We changed roles this year, from being students to being teachers. We initiated an educational outreach project with the Esteban E. Torres High School’s East Los Angeles Renaissance Academy School of Urban Planning and Design. We developed, organized, and taught a 10-week program to 35 high school students about the basic civil engineering concepts. Each weekly lesson included a lecture presentation, a hands-on activity, and time for the students to work in groups on a capstone project. Each team designed their own multimodal bridge based on what they were learning in class. At the end, they made presentations to their family members, peers, and a panel of industry professionals. This was a very difficult project for us, yet extremely successful, as we’ve been invited back by the school to repeat the project.

Future Engineers Outreach We have joined with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) to talk to high school and middle school students about Civil Engineering. We also spoke with high school honors students who have applied for college about what our transportation program is like. We even convinced one student to come to Cal Poly Pomona instead of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo! With SWE, we spoke with a large group of girls about going into the engineering field. We joined ASCE to help with serving lunch at a homeless shelter.

On Campus Outreach We have visited several freshman-engineering classes to talk to them about Transportation Engineering as well as becoming involved. We also gave 1-day presentations on bridge design and helped students develop their ideas for a Pasta Bridge. Another new thing this year is our workshops. We put together several workshops for our members on Productivity Tools and Geographic Information Systems. We also worked with the Civil Engineering honor society, Chi Epsilon, to co-host a 1.5hr long Resume and Networking workshop.

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FUNDRAISING AND SOCIAL EVENTS BroncoFusion is an annual event to kick-start the new academic year. We participated in it by holding a food sale and introduced our signature "Streetlight Kabobs". We have held multiple food sales throughout the year to raise money and it’s always turned into a real fun time! During National Engineers Week, we participated in the club carnival along with all of the other engineering clubs. From playing pool to grilling kabobs, it was a great way to celebrate! To introduce our officers and get to know each other, we held a Summer Picnic. With a team of 13 officers, it was a good opportunity for everyone to relax a bit before the year started and we had to kick it into high gear. To recruit new members we joined with ASCE to host a bowling night. It was a great success, as we found out which ones of us had any hand-eye coordination, but we had a lot of fun! We thought that was good practice to go up against our new friends in the American Planning Student Association, so we held another bowling night with them. Turns out both engineers and planners need to practice bowling a lot more. Throughout the year, we held other social events, including soccer games with the ASCE Steel Bridge and SWE as well as riding our bikes at CicLAvia. This is a large event held twice a year, where streets in downtown Los Angeles are closed to cars, and opened to only pedestrians and bicyclists. It was a great opportunity to experience streets and communities from a very different perspective. We were also invited again to help with the Riverside San Bernardino Section’s Annual Golf Tournament, and to use it as an opportunity to raise funds. We had a group of students helping and selling raffle tickets as well as two students actually playing golf. Lucky for us, our students were good at golf, so it was lots of fun challenging professionals and raising money! CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, POMONA

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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SECTION COLLEGIATE TRAFFIC BOWL COMPETITION “What is Single Point Urban Interchange?” This year, we are proud to have won 1st place at the ITE Southern California (ITE SoCal) Section 3rd annual Traffic Bowl competition! We competed against teams from UC Irvine, UCLA, USC, CSU Fullerton, and CSU Long Beach during this Jeopardy-style tournament. It was an intense battle as we went to the final round against USC, and we succeeded as champions!

TRANSMODAL CONNECTION CONFERENCE We are organizing and hosting the first ever TransModal Connection Conference in the spring. It will be a 2day gathering of professional engineers, planners, and students within the transportation field to exchange experience and knowledge on the past, present, and future state of active transportation and multimodalism. It will provide an opportunity to develop a multidisciplinary approach to engineering and planning. We have setup handson workshops, multidisciplinary panel discussions, presentations and more. We aim to not only connect students with professionals, but to bridge the gap between academic knowledge and entry-level skills.

WEB AND SOCIAL MEDIA PRESENCE This year, we have been committed to maintaining a strong online presence. Our Twitter account, @ITECPP with nearly 400 followers, has grown continuously and holds the second largest following amongst any other ITE account, just behind ITE HQ. This year we began live-tweeting all of our general meetings to allow students, professionals and organizations a chance to interact and discuss ideas. It’s also a great tool for us to share important or exciting transportation news as well as remind people about safety on the road. Our website continues to be a great resource for all users, not just students, with over 10,000 views this year alone from 76 different countries! We expanded our focus to include transportation news, meeting recaps, guest posts, guest speaker biographies, and more, with over 115 blog posts published to date. Our Facebook membership has also more than doubled in the number of members, a good representation of how our student representation on campus has grown.

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MEMBER ROSTER First Name *Maysam Arianna Jessica Seyed *Danee Amanda *Alfredo *Marion *Timothy *Brandon William *Daniel *Joie Bryan German *Robert James Cristina Krisandi Ezekiel *Ruben Niyah *Robert Sychay *Stephanie Stephen *Manny Tri Lei Binh Alexander *Kevin Kevin Linh *Jesse *Trisha Octavio Neil Jeremy

Last Name Ali Allahyar Anaya Ardehalli Berumen Briones Cabrera Cartas Chan Chan Chenoweth David Edles Esparza Esparza Flores Garganera Graciano Handra Henshaw Hovanesian Keo Kopelk Kroeu Lam Lamm Lava Le Li Lieu Liu Lu Mach Mai Morton Munoz Murillo Patel Paulsen

Degree BSCE BSURP BSURP BSCE BSCE BSURP MSCE BSCE BSCE BSCE BSCE BSCE BSCE BSCE BSCE BSURP BSURP BSURP BSCE BSCE BSCE BSURP BSCE BSCE BSCE BSCE BSCE BSCE MSCE MSCE BSCE BSCE BSCE BSCE BSCE MSCE BSCE BSCE BSCE

Graduation Year 2013 2013 2015 2013 2013 2014 2013 2013 2012 2013 2015 2013 2013 2017 2013 2013 2016 2014 2012 2016 2013 2016 2013 2015 2013 2014 2013 2013 2013 2014 2013 2013 2014 2013 2013 2014 2013 2015 2014

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2012 - 2013 First Name Antonio Anthony Matthew Nathan Jose *Hector *Mingliang *Mark Will Nicolle Nathan Dale Joshua *Jacqueline Justin *Marc *Huy *Van Brian *Johnny Jeremy Grace Pedro *Byanka Kim *Brandon *Said Victor

STUDENT CHAPTER ANNUAL REPORT Last Name Perez Phan Ramos Rodriguez Ruiz Salcedo Shi Shisler Signing Spann St. Clair Stoica Sy Tabares Tamayo Tolliver Tran Tran Tran Truong Tsay Turney Valera Velasco Wever Wong Yahya Yanez

Degree BSCE BSCE BSURP BSCE BSCE BSCE MSCE BSCE BSURP BSCE BSCE BSCE BSCE & BSEE BSCE BSURP BSCE MSCE BSCE BSURP BSCE BSCE BSCE MSCE BSCE BSURP BSCE BSCE BSCE

Graduation Year 2012 2013 2016 2016 2013 2014 2013 2014 2015 2015 2014 2013 2015 2014 2016 2014 2012 2012 2016 2014 2016 2013 2014 2013 2015 2014 2013 2012

* International ITE student members BSCE Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering MSCE Masters in Civil Engineering BSURP Bachelor of Science in Urban Planning BSEE Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

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2012-2013 ITECPP Annual Report  

Our annual report showcasing what we've been up to throughout the year!

2012-2013 ITECPP Annual Report  

Our annual report showcasing what we've been up to throughout the year!

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