Updated June 24, 2018
The 2018 MWITE District Traffic Bowl will be held on FRIDAY evening, AUGUST 17, 2018 at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, just prior to the Midwestern/Great Lakes Student Leadership Summit. This is BOTH a DATE and LOCATION CHANGE to better accommodate student participation in the Traffic Bowl, Student Leadership Summit, and Joint Meeting with MWITE and International ITE. Check out the UPDATED flyer (linked above) for more information. There will be a team meeting on Friday afternoon prior to the traffic bowl tournament commencing. Details will be sent to the teams by June 14, 2018. If you have any questions, contact John Davis at DavisJ@AyresAssociates.com.
The following schools are expected to participate:
|Iowa State University|
|North Dakota State University|
|Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville|
|University of Illinois-Chicago|
|University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign|
|University of Kansas|
|University of Minnesota|
|University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee|
|University of Wisconsin – Platteville|
The winning team will be given funds towards their travel to the Annual Meeting by the District. Additionally, ITE will provide complimentary student registrations to the International Annual Meeting for up to four students. For the 2018 Meeting, hotel lodging in the ITE conference hotel, the Minneapolis Hilton will be held for the winning team in case they need lodging for the Grand Championship event. Teams will be responsible for additional costs of lodging, travel to and from airports, food, and miscellaneous expenses. All participating student chapters will receive a certificate.
The winning Student Chapter team will be eligible to compete in the ITE Collegiate Traffic Bowl Grand Championship to be held on TUESDAY, AUGUST 21st at the Joint ITE International/Midwestern District Annual Meeting in Minneapolis. The winning student chapter will also receive a plaque from the District, their name placed on the District’s Traffic Bowl Traveling Trophy, and a pennant that will be displayed at future Traffic Bowls.