CIVIL ENGINEERING CLUBS
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THE CALIFORNIA GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING ASSOCIATION
CalGeo is made up of geotechnical engineers who deal with issues regarding the geotechnical engineering practice and development in California. Cal Poly Pomona is the first university to establish a student chapter of CalGeo.
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
CEMA’s main objective is to give students the opportunity to interact with professionals from the construction industry and to prepare them for field. During their general meetings they often invite professionals to speak to their members about the construction industry and to also hold informational sessions and interviews.
NATIONAL CIVIL ENGINEERING HONORS SOCIETY
Chi Epsilon is dedicated to the purpose of maintaining and promoting the status of Civil Engineering as an ideal profession. Their main goal is to identify Civil Engineering undergraduate students who have upheld high scholastic achievement throughout their academic careers. Once a Chi Epsilon member,
various networking opportunities are provided by the society to help students in their professional development
CALIFORNIA LAND SURVEYORS ASSOCIATION
CLSA focuses on the surveying aspect of civil engineering, covering the different types of photogrammetry, Global Information Systems (GIS), Global Positioning Systems (GPS), and other techniques in order for us to map surfaces in preparation for construction projects, excavation, and to resolve land disputes.
Concrete Canoe, of Cal Poly Pomona, is a program designed to give young engineers real world experience in project management, computer aided design software, concrete mix design, stress analysis, fundraising, professional writing, and professional presentation skills.
CALIFORNIA WATER ENVIRONMENT ASSOCIATION - AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION
CWEA, is a national affiliate member of the Water Environment Federation (WEF). CWEA is an organization consisting of 9,000-plus members in the wastewater industry, and was founded in 1927. In 2010, CWEA-CPP became officially chartered as a student organization under WEF.
DESIGN-BUILD INSTITUTE OF AMERICA
DBIA Student Chapters are dedicated to promoting widespread and successful utilization of the design-build project delivery method in shaping the built environment. To accomplish this goal, they are committed to fostering interdisciplinary education and communication relative to integrated facilities delivery.
EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING RESEARCH INSTITUTE
EERI CPP is a student lead organization that offers civil engineering and construction students an in-depth experience in earthquake and structural engineering. Our chapter hosts a variety of programs such as technical tours of off-campus facilities and construction sites, meetings with guest speakers, outreach events, and tutorial workshops. These programs help students at Cal Poly Pomona gain valuable skills and experience.
ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERS
Engineers Without Borders is not your typical community service driven club. Not only do they service local communities, but they also serve communities across the globe. In doing this, they empower communities to design and implement sustainable engineering projects. They help communities to help themselves by working closely with communities as a team.
GEOWALL COMPETITION TEAM
GeoWall is a civil engineering student competition team who’s objective is to design and build a mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) retaining wall model using paper reinforcements taped to a poster board wall facing. Our team members have the opportunity to learn about the design of mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) retaining walls from theoretical design to practical application. All class level students are invited to join! No previous experience is necessary. *SAFETY TRAININGS (MANDATORY): EH&S Online Training; Geotech Lab Training
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that builds homes for families of low income, veterans, and those with disabilities. Our mission is Building hope by building homes.
INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERS
Institute of Transportation Engineers of the CPP student chapter is dedicated to enriching the academic and professional development of its student members. With speakers at almost every general meeting, numerous conferences to attend, and transportation workshop opportunities, ITE members have the most opportunity to get involved and have fun while doing it.
STRUCTUAL ENGINEERING ASSOCIATION OF CAL POLY POMONA
SEACPP takes pride in exposing young, passionate students to the world of structural engineering. The fundamental goal of SEACPP is to enable engineering students to contribute individually and collectively towards a professional and scholastic development. At our meetings, students are introduced to members in the structural engineering industry. Along with our meetings, field trips help students visualize where they might be working one day and get them excited about structural engineering.
STEEL BRIDGE COMPETITION TEAM
Steel Bridge challenges students to participate in a competition to design and fabricate a 1/10 scale steel bridge to sustain specific loading conditions and conform to several other strict requirements. In order to be competitive, a team must perform well in categories such as construction time, overall deflection, weight, and aesthetics. This past year, they won third place at PSWC 2017 and are determined to do even better at next year’s competition.
SAFETY TRAININGS (MANDATORY): Fabrication Safety Training; Yellow Card Training
WOMEN'S TRANSPORTATION SEMINAR
WTS Cal Poly Pomona is a newly created student chapter of WTS that aims at bringing confidence, education, leadership, help, and guidance to women and men at all levels of the industry. Our main focus is on current Cal Poly Pomona students and high school students. We want to teach them the benefits of WTS, and how being involved in their local chapter will provide them with immense knowledge and friendships.