STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

University of Maryland Undergraduate Summer Research Program

Sponsored by the National Transportation Center, this program allows undergraduate students from across the U.S. to compete for three research positions with participating transportation researchers in the University of Maryland Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Selection is based on academic merit.

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University of Vermont Graduate and Undergraduate Research Opportunities

The University of Vermont – Transportation Research Center offers graduate research assistantships for 20 hours per week for 12-months to qualified Master’s or PhD students registered in a series of associated academic graduate programs at UVM. Students worked on sustainable transportation research projects. Recent topics have included long distance and intercity travel behavior, tailpipe emissions, climate adaptation planning, resiliency and criticality, bicycle/pedestrian travel, streetscape design, livability, and workforce development. The stipend level is $24K per year plus graduate tuition payment. Students have the opportunity to enroll in unique interdisciplinary graduate courses and the graduate certificate in sustainable transportation and planning. Past GRAs have been enrolled in programs such as Civil, Environment or Electrical Engineering, Natural Resource Planning, Community Development and Applied Economics and Public Administration.

Learn More on University of Vermont’s TRC website

University of Vermont Graduate and Undergraduate Research Opportunities

The University of Vermont – Transportation Research Center offers graduate research assistantships for 20 hours per week for 12-months to qualified Master’s or PhD students registered in a series of associated academic graduate programs at UVM. Students worked on sustainable transportation research projects. Recent topics have included long distance and intercity travel behavior, tailpipe emissions, climate adaptation planning, resiliency and criticality, bicycle/pedestrian travel, streetscape design, livability, and workforce development. The stipend level is $24K per year plus graduate tuition payment. Students have the opportunity to enroll in unique interdisciplinary graduate courses and the graduate certificate in sustainable transportation and planning. Past GRAs have been enrolled in programs such as Civil, Environment or Electrical Engineering, Natural Resource Planning, Community Development and Applied Economics and Public Administration.

Learn More on University of Vermont’s TRC website

Western Michigan University Graduate Assistantships

The Transportation Research Center for Livable Communities (TRCLC) at Western Michigan University has research assistantships for those who are interested in traffic operations and safety. The assistantship includes stipend and tuition support. Students who are interested in these opportunities should contact TRCLC by e-mailing at trc-info@wmich.edu.

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