2011 TRC Outstanding Student of the Year

Jonathan Maddison, 2011 Outstanding Student of the Year Jonathan Maddison has been named the University Transportation Center 2011 Student of the Year. As a UTC Scholar, Maddison’s research focuses broadly on the social construction of knowledge around transportation policy issues. Working closely with his research advisor Dr. Richard Watts, Maddison conducted novel … Continue reading

2012 TRC Outstanding Student of the Year

Tyler Feralio, 2012 Outstanding Student of the Year Tyler Feralio has been named the University Transportation Center 2012 Student of the Year. Tyler Feralio received his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2004 and 2005, respectively. His thesis work involved computational modeling of an internal … Continue reading

Graduate Research 2007-2008

Graduate Research 2007-2008 Research into sustainable transportation combines many disciplines and perspectives. Graduate students in Social Sciences may collect travel survey data, coordinate focus groups, and conduct field studies of human behavior. Engineering students model travel demand, optimize the transportation network system and perform both lab and field experiments on tailpipe emissions. Economic students … Continue reading

Graduate Research 2008-2009

Graduate Research 2008-2009 Research into sustainable transportation combines many disciplines and perspectives. Graduate students in Social Sciences may collect travel survey data, coordinate focus groups, and conduct field studies of human behavior. Engineering students model travel demand, optimize the transportation network system and perform both lab and field experiments on tailpipe emissions. Economic students … Continue reading

Graduate Research 2009-2010

Graduate Research 2009-2010 Research into sustainable transportation combines many disciplines and perspectives. Graduate students in Social Sciences may collect travel survey data, coordinate focus groups, and conduct field studies of human behavior. Engineering students model travel demand, optimize the transportation network system and perform both lab and field experiments on tailpipe emissions. Economic students … Continue reading

Graduate Research 2010-2011

Graduate Research 2010-11 Research into sustainable transportation combines many disciplines and perspectives. Graduate students in Social Sciences may collect travel survey data, coordinate focus groups, and conduct field studies of human behavior. Engineering students model travel demand, optimize the transportation network system and perform both lab and field experiments on tailpipe emissions. Economic students … Continue reading

Graduate Research 2011-2012

Graduate Research 2011-2012 Research into sustainable transportation combines many disciplines and perspectives. Graduate students in Social Sciences may collect travel survey data, coordinate focus groups, and conduct field studies of human behavior. Engineering students model travel demand, optimize the transportation network system and perform both lab and field experiments on tailpipe emissions. Economic students may … Continue reading

Graduate Research 2012-2013

Graduate Research 2012-2013 Research into sustainable transportation combines many disciplines and perspectives. Graduate students in Social Sciences may collect travel survey data, coordinate focus groups, and conduct field studies of human behavior. Engineering students model travel demand, optimize the transportation network system and perform both lab and field experiments on tailpipe emissions. Economic students … Continue reading

2013 TRC Student Research Conference

UVM Student Research Conference: Transportation Posters, Videos, and Schedules Note: Poster files may load slowly due to the large file sizes UVM Student Research Conference Homepage Schedule and abstracts of transportation-related presentations Tyler Feralio – Biodiesel vs. Petro-diesel: a comparison of particle number emissions at 80% load Video Poster Kristine Harootunian … Continue reading

Curricular Requirements of Certificate

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS OF CERTIFICATE A minimum of 15 credits, distributed as follows: – TRC312 Sustainability & Transportation – TRC314 Risk/Behavior in Transportation – TRC 316 (NR377) Land Use Policy and Economics – Two additional courses (6 credits total) selected from approved electives (see below) or other courses relevant to the program if approved … Continue reading