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On May 8, 2023, Tyler Key, a South Carolina native, joined the Concrete Industry Management (CIM) program staff at Texas State University. A 2018 graduate of Coastal Carolina University, Tyler has prior enrollment and recruitment experience. He is eager to begin creating effective recruitment strategies to increase student awareness and enrollment in the CIM program. Welcome Tyler!
We are pleased to announce that New Jersey Institute of Technology, California State University – Chico and Middle Tennessee State University have been identified by the American Concrete Institute (ACI) as a 2022 Excellent University and was recognized at the ACI Spring 2023 Convention in April. A total of 106 universities around the world received
The CIM program at Chico State has recently received ATMAE accreditation. What does this mean? The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) is a prestigious accreditor specifically dedicated to recognizing excellence in technology, management, and engineering degrees. This accreditation is a testament to our program’s commitment to maintaining high standards and achieving professional goals.
We would like to thank Ryan Penlerick, the entire CIM staff, Griffin Taylor and all the patrons of the CIM program at Texas State University for hosting our spring meeting on Tuesday, May 10 and Wednesday, May 11. Tuesday was busy with Education, Marketing and Student Recruiting Committee meetings and we wrapped up on Thursday
What a great article by Chico State Today’s Almendra Lawrence about CIM Professor Mohammed Albahttiti. “Office Hours with Concrete Industry Management Professor Mohammed Albahttiti” follows Albahttiti’s journey from American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates to Kansas State and finally the CIM program at Chico State. Concrete Industry Management (CIM) professor Mohammed Albahttiti
One of the many benefits of the CIM program is the opportunity to travel to industry events to network with leaders in the concrete industry. Last week, students of the CIM program at South Dakota State University traveled to Las Vegas to attend CONEXPO-CON/AGG. In addition to helping staff the CIM booth, the students were
Take a peek at this behind the scenes moment in the concrete lab as students prepare for the concrete bowling ball competition at the ACI Spring Convention April 2-6. Mentoring our students are industry partners Clark Gates (ECO Materials), Bryan Strevel (Sika Corporation) and CIM alumni Cody Eaton (National Cement) and Autumn Gates (Kosmos Cement).
The PCI Foundation and the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute recently hosted its 4th annual student design competition called “Project Precast.” The goal of the competition is to introduce students to the many uses of precast/prestressed concrete and to showcase the availability of design assist by the precast industry. Each group of four students creates a design
Students from the CIM program at California State University -Chico recently “three-peated” as champion of the National Precast Concrete Association (NPCA) Foundation’s Student Design Competition, delivering its winning presentation at The Precast Show in Columbus, Ohio. The Student Design Competition provides a unique opportunity to engage students and academia with the precast concrete industry, teaching
During the recent 2023 Precast Show held in Columbus, Ohio, four members of the NJIT CIM program competed in the NPCA annual student design competition. We are pleased to announce that, while competing against other teams across the country, our team of Maria Wagner-Gomez, Armin Saadegh-Vaziri, Sean Rancapan and Robert Mazzilli took second place. Congratulations