Civil Engineering Technology

Civil Engineering Technology students receive AGC of Oklahoma scholarships

Mary Kate Rowe and Suzie Gill, both students in OSUIT's Civil Engineering Technology program, recently received $1,000 scholarships from the Association of General Contractors of Oklahoma.

OSUIT instructor Herath named Regents Distinguished Educator

Civil Engineering Technologies instructor Gayan Herath named a Regents Distinguished Educator from the Oklahoma A&M Board of Regents

TCC, OSUIT brings technology degree programs to Tulsa

Tulsa Community College and the Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology in Okmulgee signed an agreement Monday that will allow students to earn a bachelor of technology degree at TCC’s Northeast Campus.

Civil Engineering Technology receives accreditation

OSU Institute of Technology’s Civil Engineering Technology program has been granted accreditation for its Bachelor of Technology program from ABET, the recognized accreditor of college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology.

Civil Engineering club takes top spot in concrete bowling competition

OSUIT's student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers took first place in the Concrete Bowling Competition during the 2014 Mid-Continent Student Conference last month.

Civil Engineering instructor, club honored by national organization

In just the three years the OSUIT American Society of Civil Engineers student chapter has been operating, it has garnered national recognition, along with its founder and faculty advisor Gayan Herath.

Gayan Herath Selected ASCE Outstanding Faculty Advisor

Instructor Gayan Herath is on a mission to put the Civil Engineering Technology program and the American Society of Civil Engineers student club on the map. Herath recently received the 2013 ASCE Outstanding Faculty Advisor award for Region 6 recognizing his passion for teaching and student leadership.

Civil Engineering Technology Students Set to Compete in Steel Bridge, Concrete Bowling Ball Competition

In just 30 minutes, seven OSU Institute of Technology students will transform a pile of steel into a working, 1/10-scale bridge. Those 30 minutes represent hours of work throughout the last seven months.