Glenn McRae

Glenn McRae, Ph.D.

Associate Director, UVM Transportation Research Center
UVM Graduate Faculty & Adjunct Lecturer, Community Development and Applied Economics

Glenn McRae Profile Picture UVM Transportation Research Center
Farrell Hall
210 Colchester Avenue
Burlington, VT 05405
Email: glenn.mcrae@uvm.edu
Phone: (802) 656-1317

Dr. McRae joined the University of Vermont Transportation Research Center in 2011 to direct the Transportation Education Development Pilot Program (TEDDP) and the new Certificate of Graduate Study in Sustainable Transportation Systems and Planning (STSP). He has been active in the national network on Transportation Workforce Development through the Council of University Transportation Centers and was a member of the leadership team that organization the National Summit on the topic in April 2012. The Vermont-based pilot work builds career pathway approaches across high school, community college, university, adult education and professional development programs.

He has spent the last three decades creating and implementing programs and initiatives in Vermontand around the country that build capacity and empower people to more fully participate and engage in their community, their enterprises and their government. He has lead various nonprofit enterprises, directed public policy initiatives at the Snelling Center for Government and established a statewide leadership and capacity building program for the Vermont Community Foundation. He has also worked extensively with international efforts to reduce the environmental footprint of the health care industry, including efforts for the World Bank, USAID and the World Health Organization. From 2002-2012 he was a consultant to the Global Environmental Facility project demonstrating and promoting the use of best practices and techniques for healthcare waste management in 7 countries. He holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology from the Union Institute & University.

Curricula Vitae

UVM TRC Transportation Education Development Pilot Program (TEDPP) 2008-2013 Summary Report

Community Development & Applied Economics / Public Administration Program

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