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Evidence-Based Instructional Practices: Introduction to Transportation Engineering

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Contributors

  • Kevin Chang, Ph.D., P.E.

    Kevin Chang has over 15 years of professional experience in the areas of project management and design, traffic safety and operations, and transportation engineering and planning. Prior to his current position as a faculty member in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Idaho, Chang was a traffic engineer with the King County Department of Transportation in Seattle, Wash., where he supervised pedestrian and school safety programs, led neighborhood transportation planning efforts, and managed the King County Traffic Management Center. He is a registered professional engineer, has taught coursework at the University of Washington and University of Idaho, and has published and presented at over forty-five national and international conferences. Chang is the current chair of the Institute of Transportation Engineers’ (ITE) Transportation Education Committee, a member of the Transportation Research Board’s (TRB) Safety Management Committee, chair of the TRB School Transportation Subcommittee, and past president of the Washington State Section of ITE. He has extensive experience in workforce development and regularly leads transportation engineering webinars for the American Society of Civil Engineers. In his spare time, Chang has been a strong advocate for civic engagement and has volunteered his time by serving as a board member for several non-profit community organizations. Change is the ASCE and ITE faculty advisor and has been recognized as a multiple recipient of the U of I Alumni Awards for Excellence as the most inspiring faculty mentor selected individually by the top forty graduating students each year.

  • Stephanie Ivey, Ph.D.

    Dr. Stephanie Ivey is a Professor with the Department of Civil Engineering and Director of the Intermodal Freight Transportation Institute (www.memphis.edu/ifti) and the Southeast Transportation Workforce Center (www.memphis.edu/setwc) at the University of Memphis. Her research includes focus on community livability and transportation planning and policy. She is the Project Director for the West Tennessee STEM Hub (www.westtnstem.org), a regional K-12 outreach initiative. Ivey also has a lengthy and nationally recognized research record focused on STEM and transportation education and workforce issues. She is a member of the Tennessee STEM Leadership Council and the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Transportation Industry Council. She serves as faculty advisor for the University of Memphis student chapters of WTS and the Institute of Transportation Engineers and is active with the ITE Transportation Education Council.

  • David Hurwitz, Ph.D.

    Dr. David S. Hurwitz is an associate professor of transportation engineering and director of the driving and bicycling research laboratory in the School of Civil and Construction Engineering at Oregon State University (OSU). David also serves as the associate director at OSU for the Pacific Northwest Transportation Consortium (PacTrans). David conducts research in the areas of transportation human factors, traffic control, transportation safety, driving & bicycling simulation, and engineering education. In particular Dr. Hurwitz is interested in the consideration of user behavior in the design and innovation of transportation systems. David teaches graduate and undergraduate classes covering topics such as: Highway Engineering, Traffic Operations, Isolated Signalized Intersections, and Driving Simulation. David has published over 40 peer reviewed articles and has been awarded over $1.9 million dollars in external funding. His work has been supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP), the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), The Pacific NW Transportation Consortium (PacTrans), and the Oregon Transportation Research and Education Consortium(OTREC). Additionally, Dr. Hurwitz serves as the vice-chair of the ITE Education Council, chair of the ASCE Committee on Faculty Development, and as the secretary of the Transportation Research Board's Simulation and Measurement of Vehicle and Operator Performance committee (AND30), and Traffic Control Devices Committee (AHB50).

December 7, 2017
Thu 1:00 PM EST

Duration 0H 30M

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