UTC-UI 2017 Summer Symposium Series Intern Farewell Reception

August 10
UTC-UI Interns
ECJ 10th Floor, Large Conference Rm
3:00 – 4:00 pm
UTC-UI 2017 Farewell Reception

Each summer D-STOP, in coordination with another USDOT Tier 1 research unit, the Center for Highway Pavement Preservation, hosts an 11-week summer internship for engineering undergraduates interested in transportation. The University Transportation Center (UTC) Undergraduate Internship (UI) provides interns with unique insight into transportation education and helps prepare them for a possible career in the field. The interns will attend a colloquium series (the Summer Symposium Series) designed to introduce them to different aspects of the transportation field. Held on Thursdays throughout the summer, these symposium sessions are not just for the interns—they are open to everyone in the research community.

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  • 08/10/2018 3:00 PM - 08/10/2018 4:00 PM

    August 10
    UTC-UI Interns
    ECJ 4.304
    3:00 - 4:00 pm
    UTC-UI 2018 Farewell Reception

    After they give their final presentations, please join us to say farewell to our hardworking UTC UI program interns:

    • Sydney Abrisz, Washington and Lee University

    • Maria Cardenas, UT Austin

    • Rachel Cooper, University of Michigan

    • Sterling Burdine, UT Austin

    • James Lentz, UT Austin

    Each summer D-STOP, in coordination with another USDOT Tier 1 research unit, the Center for Highway Pavement Preservation, hosts an 11-week summer internship for engineering undergraduates interested in transportation. The University Transportation Center (UTC) Undergraduate Internship (UI) provides interns with unique insight into transportation education and helps prepare them for a possible career in the field. The interns will attend a colloquium series (the Summer Symposium Series) designed to introduce them to different aspects of the transportation field. Held on Thursdays throughout the summer, these symposium sessions are not just for the interns—they are open to everyone in the research community.