We are the University of Texas at Austin Chapter of Chi Epsilon.
Chi Epsilon is a national civil engineering honor society. It honors students who have exemplified the "principles of scholarship, character, practicality, and sociability...in the civil engineering profession.”
We represent the top third of civil engineering juniors and seniors in the CAEE department of the Cockrell School of Engineering. Our goal is to foster networking opportunities for our students with peers, professionals, companies, and professors.
Chi Epsilon hosts biweekly meetings for our members where we have practicing civil engineers speak about their work and provide potential job opportunities or future contacts. Additionally, Chi Epsilon members participate in volunteering events, social events, and fireside chats, where we get to know our professors outside the classroom.
Our goal with fundraising is to raise money towards keeping membership dues at a minimum, hosting socials for group networking, and hosting meetings where companies can come speak about future engineering endeavors. By donating to Chi Epsilon through the 40 Hours for the Forty Acres program, you will be helping provide long term success to the brightest civil engineering students at the University of Texas at Austin.
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