Student Org Spotlight: Chi Epsilon

February 25, 2022
Brooke Miller and Roan Weston of Chi Epsilon.
Happy Engineers Week 2022! We're closing up the week by highlighting two exemplary members of SDSU's chapter of Chi Epsilon (XE), an honor society for Civil, Environmental, and Construction Engineering.
Chi Epsilon's mission is to "acknowledge those students who have excelled in the studies of civil, environmental, and construction engineering. XE SDSU aims to promote the civil engineering profession, foster and develop sound traits of character and technical ability, and attain an ever-higher standard of professional service." 
Learn more about two XE members below.
Brooke Miller '22
Majors/Minors: Civil Engineering
Position in Chi Epsilon: Member Support
Other involvement on campus: ASC Reno Competition, ASCE, SWE
Favorite class this semester: CONE 520 - Environmentally Conscious Construction
Area of Civil Engineering that excites you most: Construction
Why you love Engineering: I love having the opportunity to contribute to the community around me and leave a lasting impact through the buildings I help construct. 
Roan Weston '23
Major: Environmental Engineering
Minor: Sustainability 
Position in Chi Epsilon: Active (hype man)
Other involvement on campus: Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Phi Delta, Green Love, ZIP Launchpad 
Favorite class this semester: SOC330 - Culture and History of Surfing 
Area of Civil Engineering that excites you most: Habitat Restoration 
Why you love Engineering: Engineering has given me the opportunity to reinvent the world around me, promoting a sustainable future. 
Roan's company, EnviroCentric:
Get involved! To learn more about eligibility and how to join SDSU's chapter of Chi Epsilon, visit their website.