Student Groups

The NITC program supports student transportation groups at its affiliate campuses. These groups support student development by hosting guest speakers, taking field trips, attending conferences and participating in social and professional events.


Portland State University

 

Students in Transportation Engineering and Planning (STEP), forges relationships between transportation students in different disciplines at PSU and other universities. The group’s activities help develop students’ academic and professional lives.

 




The University of Oregon

 

The University of Oregon Transportation and Livability Student Group, LiveMove, brings together undergraduate and graduate students from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines to focus on the planning and design of transportation systems as they relate to community quality of life and livability.

The University of Utah

The Point B Transportation Student Group is an interdisciplinary group for students interested in transportation and mobility issues. Point B promotes student-based research and education in transportation and supports students through scholarships, conferences and mentoring. Point B also connects students with transportation-related internships and jobs.

 



The Oregon Institute of Technology

 

Institute of Transportation Engineers Student Chapter works with other Oregon Tech. student groups, along with the National ITE organizationITE Region 6OregonITE and student groups at other Oregon universities to put engineering students in contact with practicing engineers and real world projects, hosting trips and Webinars.