Josh Tyler is currently a senior Civil Engineering student at the University of Memphis, who has been involved with ASCE all four years. His focus within the major Civil Engineering is Water Resources/Management. As a junior, he was the Concrete Canoe Captain for the 2018-2019 Semester. His goal is to continue to grow the chapter in both members, trophies from competitions, and activities for said members.
Cooper Morris is a junior Civil Engineering student at the University of Memphis. Cooper has been a member of ASCE for three years. Cooper is also an Engineering Ambassador for the Herff College of Engineering. In the upcoming year, Cooper would like to continue the growth of the organization and continue to build professional connections with the local industry members. In his free time, he enjoys to go fishing and golfing.
Nicole Arellano is a sophomore at the University of Memphis, pursuing a Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering (BSCE) Degree. She works as a STEM Ambassador for the West Tennessee STEM Hub, providing tutoring, coaching, and other support for teachers and companies that wish to engage K-12 students in STEM activities. She has been an ASCE member for one year; this year will be her second year as a member. She intends to continue her membership throughout her college career as she decides what field of Civil Engineering she would like to focus on.
Abdurahman Abdulhadi is a junior Civil Engineering student at the University of Memphis and is currently looking to concentrate in structural. He is a soccer referee and enjoys watching soccer. Abdurahman also works at the Center for Applied Earth Science and Engineering (CAESER). He loves doing adventurous things and trying new things.
Parker Holland is a senior Civil Engineering student at the University of Memphis. Parker is concentrating on structural engineering. Parker is currently the TA for the CIVL 1110 Lab. Parker is also a bartender at a local restaurant. Most recently Parker interned at Smith Seckman Reid (SSR).
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Jake Milligan is a senior Civil Engineering student at the University of Memphis. Jake's concentration is in transportation engineering. Jake also does research for the Southeast Transportation Workforce Center, is a student tutor, and is the President of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) for the University. Jake is currently pursuing a minor in both Music and Spanish. In his free time, Jake enjoys playing Oboe, hanging out with his friends and family, and having a positive influence on those around him.