Welcome CI Student Day's Class of 2019! We are excited to have you join us and are thrilled about the days to come.
Students will have an opportunity to meet and connect with other students from around the country, as they embark on this adventure together. See who's attending!
- Carter Bohle, Iowa State University
- Elias Castillo, The University of Texas at El Paso
- Patricia Cheng, Case Western Reserve University
- Benjamin Chierici, Rowan University
- David Corona, California State University, Los Angeles
- Matthew Cristi, California State University, Northridge
- Alex Delgado Beebe*, J.B. Speed School of Engineering, University of Louisville
- Gabriel Diaz, New Jersey Institute of Technology
- Yijie Gao, Stanford University
- Rogelio Garcia, University of the Pacific
- Tiana Gillis, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
- Matthew Gordon, Louisiana State University
- Bailey Griffin, University of Washington
- Gina Grimaldi, Ohio Northern University
- Hanna Hoffman*, Saint Martin's University
- Elliot Idio, Virginia Tech
- Kathryn Kalbfleisch*, J.B. Speed School of Engineering, University of Louisville
- Pelin Kanay, Stony Brook University
- Pavan Kantharaj, Columbia University
- Carly Lawyer, University of South Carolina
- Fabian Leon, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
- Sophie Lipomanis, J.B. Speed School of Engineering, University of Louisville
- Hunter Mandernach, Iowa State University
- Valentino Nunez, Arizona State University
- Nathan O'Donnell*, University of Florida
- Andrea Ogunleye, University of South Carolina
- Philip Pachade, Rutgers University
- Alejandro Patino, New Jersey Institute of Technology
- Raymond Perez, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus
- Ariel Roy, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
- Josh Sanders, Brigham Young University- Idaho
- Robert Sprotte*, California Polytechnic State University San Luis, Obispo
- Lexi Stoler, University of Texas at Austin
- Nalah Williams, University of Texas at Arlington
- Casey Wong, Cal Poly Pomona
- Elena Zimareva*, New York City College of Technology
*During the program, there will be six teams of students and each team will have a team captain. The names listed above with an asterisk, are team captains.
Each team will have a chance to compete in CI Student Days annual competition. The competition involves creating a "real-world" written construction proposal and an oral presentation. The best team in both categories wins the grand prize. Let the games begin!
Congratulations again to all of these amazing students and we look forward to kicking off CI Student Days!