I received notice this past week that I received a 2011 Georgia Department of Transportation Scholarship. Several students in my department have earned this scholarship in the past.
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I received notice this past week from the Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) that I earned a fellowship in this year’s Graduate Research Award on Public-Sector Aviation Issues competition. I am the fourth consecutive student in my research group, run by Dr. Laurie Garrow, in the last four years to have received the award (preceded [...]
I was selected as an Eno Fellow back in April, and I attended Eno Leadership Development Conference from June 5-9 in Washington, D.C. The week was spent with 19 other graduate students from across the country who focus on transportation policy. Our group met with a variety of professionals who are influencing our nation’s federal [...]
In June of each year, the Eno Transportation Foundation holds an annual Leadership Development Conference in Washington, D.C. Annually the foundation selects 20 transportation graduate students from across the country to meet with top government officials, leaders of associations, and members of Congress to discuss the current issues in transportation policy. It provides a first-hand look at [...]
Fulbright posted on their Facebook page earlier today the video interview conducted with me, which was recorded last year. For their post, they used the video as an alert to applicants that they have 38 days remaining until the application is due for 2011-2012.
The Georgia Tech Civil and Environmental Engineering Department’s newsletter included a writeup about the four NSF Graduate Research Fellowships recipients in the transportation group this year. The other three students besides myself are all in my graduate office: Brent Weigel, J.P. O’Har, and Brittany Luken. The article also congratulates the other two students in our [...]
I received notice this past week from the National Science Foundation that I earned a fellowship in this year’s Graduate Research Fellowship competition. This was the second year I applied; I received an Honorable Mention in 2009. I will be using the fellowship for my Ph.D work at Georgia Tech.
This past month I was awarded a scholarship from the Georgia Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, one of four students in the state to receive one. Three of us were from Georgia Tech and a fourth was from Southern Polytechnical State University.
Yesterday we attended the monthly meeting of the Georgia Section of the [...]
In June, back at the Fulbright Pre-departure Orientation in Washington, D.C. which I helped facilitate at, I was interviewed by Fulbright staff for a series of videos they were producing about the Fulbright experience. They told me they’d let me know when it was up, but it actually got posted over three weeks ago! Check [...]
Last Wednesday through Friday, I attended the Fulbright Pre-departure Orientation for U.S. Scholars and Students Going to South and Central Asia. Held in Washington, D.C., the orientation is the first chance new Fulbrights have to meet others going to their country, meet the staff from the U.S. Department of State and the Institute for International [...]