Established in 1974, The University of Waterloo ITE (UW-ITE) student chapter was one of the first student chapters in the Canadian District and is one of many in North America. UW-ITE gathers all undergraduate/graduate students, faculty industry leaders to attract students to the profession of transportation engineering/planning and keep our members updated about the existing opportunities in both industry and academia.
The activities of our student chapter include holding academic seminars, guest lecturers, social events, organizing technical tours and visits. The academic seminars and guest lecturers are in different transportation areas including traffic engineering, road safety, transit, ITS and pavement. We also participate within the broader transportation community by going on field trips, participating in conferences like the Traffic Bowl and seminars.
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- The Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) is an international educational and scientific association of transportation professionals who are responsible for meeting mobility and safety needs.
- ITE has more than 70 local and regional chapters and more than 90 student chapters that provide additional opportunities for information exchange, participation, and networking.
- The ITE student chapters are operated by students under the supervision of the professors at universities.
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