CURENT MEMBERS
Marisol Tsui
President
Graduation: May 2016
B.S. Civil Engineering
Environmental Emphasis
Marisol Tsui is a junior in civil engineering with an emphasis in environmental. Her hometown is San Jose, Costa Rica. She likes to travel and experience new cultures. Other groups she is involved in are: American Society of Civil Engineers, ASCE's Seismic Design Team, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, and Women in Engineering at Purdue.
Kelsey Davis
Vice President
Graduation: May 2016
B.S. Civil Engineering
General Emphasis
Kelsey is a senior studying civil engineering with a general emphasis. She recently completed a three session co-op in Frisco, Texas working on residential and commercial land development projects for Peloton Land Solutions. She has also worked as a construction inspection intern for American Structurepoint in Indianapolis, Indiana. During her time at Purdue, Kelsey has also been involved in Boiler Gold Rush as a Team Supervisor and Team Leader, Chi Epsilon, and Purdue Dance Marathon.
Justin Macke
Vice President
Graduation: May 2017
B.S. Civil Engineering
General Emphasis
I am a junior planning on a general emphasis within the Civil school, and I have not yet decided on grad school. I am currently working my second term of a five term co-op for a land development firm called Peloton Land Solutions located in Keller, Texas. At school, I am involved with College Mentors for Kids and Beta Sigma Psi fraternity. I was a BGR Team Leader this past semester, and I was able to participate on the steal bridge team freshman year. I am not sure what field I want to end up in after school, but land development has been a lot of fun.
Keelee Roggenbuck
Treasurer
Graduation: May 2016
B.S. Civil Engineering
Structural Emphasis
Keelee Roggenbuck is a sophomore with an emphasis in structures. Her involvements on campus include the Purdue ASCE competitive Steel Bridge team, Civil Engineering Ambassadors, and Higher Ground Dance Company. Keelee currently works for the First Year Engineering office as a student adviser, helping students become aware of their resources and offering advice from personal experiences. Keelee plans to work as a Teaching Assistant this summer with the Upward Bound Program offered by Marquette University in her hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This program introduces high school students from low income households to opportunities in STEM college majors. After the summer, Keelee plans to begin her first co-op session with PCL Construction.
Kelsey Davis
Vice President
Graduation: May 2016
B.S. Civil Engineering
General Emphasis
Kelsey is a senior studying civil engineering with a general emphasis. She recently completed a three session co-op in Frisco, Texas working on residential and commercial land development projects for Peloton Land Solutions. She has also worked as a construction inspection intern for American Structurepoint in Indianapolis, Indiana. During her time at Purdue, Kelsey has also been involved in Boiler Gold Rush as a Team Supervisor and Team Leader, Chi Epsilon, and Purdue Dance Marathon.
Collin Schmid
Technology Director
Graduation: May 2016
B.S. Civil Engineering
Construction Emphasis
Collin is a senior going for an emphasis in Construction Engineering. He recently completed his second internship with ARCO/Murray National Construction Company serving as a project manager in the interiors division. During his time at Purdue, Collin has been involved in the Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Old Masters Program serving as president, Purdue Foundation Student Board, the Interfraternity Council, Riley Development for Purdue University Dance Marathon, and giving tours of Purdue for Boiler STeam.
Mariah Schroeder
President, 2014
Graduation: May 2015
B.S. Civil Engineering
Environmental Emphasis
Mariah is a junior with an emphasis in Environmental Engineering. She plans to work in water resources after graduation and eventually earn an MBA. Recently, Mariah completed an internship with bTech Environmental Consulting in Chesterton, IN. During her time at Purdue, Mariah has been actively involved in the Purdue Chapter of ASCE, Chi Epsilon, CE Ambassadors and has served as a peer mentor in the Women in Engineering Program. Mariah also works as an undergraduate research assistant in the Civil Engineering Department.