Advisory Board

What does the C&PE Advisory Board do?

The C&PE Advisory board provides input, leadership, and guidance to the C&PE department on industry trends, standards, and educational policies and best practices. The board is comprised of industry professionals, some faculty within the C&PE department, the C&PE Chair, and chosen graduate and undergraduate students. They meet twice yearly to review C&PE curriculum, courses, and policies. Gary Gould, Jana Chester, Brandon DeKosky, Kyle Mathis, Guy Green, Roy Knapp, Carol Krska, Robert Smith, Jacob Spence, and Cecelia Tapia met with graduating seniors to gather student input on the educational programs.

Advisory board members can log-in here. 


(Picture taken by Frank Perez at the 2017 Spring Advisory Board Meeting on Saturday April 29th, 2017.)


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Upcoming Events and Deadlines

Upcoming Conference Events

Monday, October 9th

At the SPE Annual Conference in San Antonio, Texas, we will be hosting an Alumni Function

5:30 - 7:30pm at the Grand Hyatt in the Seguin B room on the 4th floor (FLYER)

Sunday, October 29th

At the AIChE Annual Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota, we will be hosting a Hospitality Suite

7:30 - 9:30pm at the Hilton in the Duluth room on the 3rd fllor (FLYER

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CPE Graduate Seminar

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