CPEE proudly has alumni living across all Australian states and around the world.
Our goal is to provide our graduate community continuing and rewarding opportunities of networking, education, career advancement, or just to keep in touch with friends.
Our alumni are engineering leaders in roads, pavements and infrastructure asset management. Whether you’re an early career engineer, or experienced engineer manager, we’d love to hear and share how you are making a difference in your community and career.
Joining the Alumni is a great opportunity to network with likeminded colleges, share experiences and offer your own expertise to early career engineers and students
We are excited to announce the upcoming launch of the CPEE Alumni, a new network that will enable CPEE alumni to easily connect with each other and engage with the network for career advancement and support.
Membership of the CPEE Alumni will be open to CPEE higher education graduates but will require formal application.
CPEE Alumni members will have access to services, benefits and special offers including:
CPEE Alumni members will have the opportunity to participate in the growth and development of the network and potentially help guide current students through their career and educational paths.
More information about the upcoming CPEE Alumni can be found here.
The Annual Centre for Pavement Engineering Education (CPEE) Student Excellence Awards give recognition to students who have demonstrated excellence in their performance during the academic year whilst undertaking specialist technical postgraduate units offered by CPEE and our partner University, the University of Tasmania.
The judging for the 2018 Student Excellence Awards has just been completed following ratification of student results across ten eligible units throughout Semesters 1 and 2 in 2018.
With many high performing students this posed a somewhat welcomed but difficult task in the judges reaching their final determination, however all ten recipients deserve due acknowledgement
Do you remember a supportive teacher, co-worker or manager that boosted your learning and development? If so, then you know the value of mentoring and importance of having someone you can trust to talk to and get helpful advice from.
One of the final units that students undertake in their Centre for Pavement Education (CPEE) higher education programs is a capstone unit involving a project relevant to their work. Workplace mentors play an important role by keeping in contact with students throughout the semester and using their expertise and experience to provide valuable feedback and guidance. Workplace mentors also assist the CPEE Unit Chair to grade the final reports produced by students.