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Annual Conference

PEO Annual Conference


See you in Corvallis at the CH2M Hill Alumni Center for the

2019 PEO Annual Conference!

Thurs. may 16 - fri. may 17 Classes | Tours | Exhibits

CH2M HILL ALUMNI CENTER / Oregon State University
725 SW 26th St., Corvallis, OR 97331


Attendee Online Registration Is Closed

Come to the center to register onsite.


May 15th Workshop has been canceled...
"Impactful Writing - How to Achieve It PLUS What you say & how you say it makes a difference" Presented by William Nesbitt (MINIMUM OF 25 REQUIRED - MAXIMUM OF 40)

May 16th & 17th  2 Day Conference

CH2M Hill Alumni Center

204 CH2M HILL Alumni Center, Corvallis, Oregon 97331
Click here for location and center information.

Visiting Corvallis:
Lodging and Hotels available in Corvallis go to https://www.visitcorvallis.com/stay

OSU Invites Attendees:
In addition to the conference program you have the option to attend the Engineering Undergraduate Expo and Undergraduate Dean's Reception.  Click links for more details...

Engineering Undergraduate Expo
Undergraduate Deans Reception (seperate registration from the PEO Conference)

Exhibitor Registration:
You are invited to exhibit at the 2019 PEO Annual State Conference.
Cost of a booth is $275.00.
Sponsorships - Sponsors will receive acknowledgement on all printed materials and website.

  • Corporate Sponsor $1000.00
  • Event Sponsor $500.00
  • Break Sponsor $375.00

Exhibitor Registration

Students Welcome - Free Classes - Just pay for meals:
Contact the Engineering School for Promo Code or email the PEO office @ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Open to the first 40 students that register online.

OSU ENGINEERING STUDENTS, we at Professional Engineers of Oregon (PEO) want to welcome you to participate in our State Annual Conference being held this year at the CH2M Hill Alumni Center on campus, May 16 and 17. We have designed a one hour Special Session specifically for you to be held on Thursday, May 16 at 9:10AM. In this session, you will learn the following from a small panel of practicing professional engineers:
• The current nuances of practicing engineering in industry, private practice and government
• In addition to solving technical problems and designing infrastructure, devices/products and complex vehicles and environments, current concerns that engineers continually address
• What it means to be a registered professional engineer and why that is so important to the engineer and to society
• Any questions that you may have as you anticipate your engineering career beyond graduation