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Application season is upon us! As students decide what to study, and why, we want to provide the opportunity to learn about the many forms that a career in transportation can take, from “traditional” engineering jobs to cutting-edge technology development and roles in policy and urban planning.
📅Tomorrow at 2PM ET, Chenxi Liu, @uwengineering will lead a Student Learning Hub Workshop on building a toy #computervision model--open to all C2SMART Consortium students (@RutgersU @UW @UTEP @CityCollegeNY @nyuniversity🙂https://t.co/omb72Evd55 pic.twitter.com/NUJ5GmRc30— C2SMART (@c2smartnyu) October 19, 2021
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
Transportation students at NYU live and work in the epicenter of one of the largest and most complex urban transportation networks in the world, using New York City as a living laboratory to learn about and study today’s most pressing transportation issues. Esteemed faculty offer a wealth of expertise, training students in everything from the fundamentals of traffic engineering to the latest in smart cities technology.
The primary departments involved in transportation education are the Department of Civil and Urban Engineering (CUE) in the Tandon School of Engineering, the Wagner School of Public Service, and the Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP).
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
At the University of Washington’s department Civil & Environmental Engineering (UW CEE) students and faculty are taking on the challenges presented by aging national infrastructure, while developing new approaches to address the needs of urban systems and communities around the globe. UW CEE is dedicated to providing students with leading-edge technical skill development and opportunities for hands-on practice to enable them to tackle complex engineering problems in response to changing technological and societal needs.
At Rutgers Engineering, students have the opportunity to be part of a dynamic engineering community that includes world-renowned faculty conducting leading-edge research as well as engaged and motivated students from a diversity of backgrounds and interests, who remain networked beyond their studies as part of a 25,000-strong alumni association.
CITY COLLEGE OF NEW YORK
The Grove School of Engineering at The City College of New York is the only public institution offering bachelors, masters and PhD degrees in civil engineering in New York City. The Department of Civil Engineering is committed to the rigorous training of students from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds to become future leaders in NYC’s agencies, firms and professional organizations. This is consistent with the college’s mission of “access and excellence”, and also addresses the fundamental needs of the city. The Civil Engineering department of was recognized in February 2020 by the ASCE Metropolitan Section with a Centennial Award for significant engineering contributions to New York City over the last 100 years.
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS – EL PASO
The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) is a comprehensive top tier public research university that is increasing access to exceptional higher education. UTEP has partnered with the Universidad de Guadalajara for the “U.S.-Mexico Bidirectional Study Abroad Program on Smart Cities.” This program educates diverse, globally-engaged students while developing their inter- and intra-personal competencies to collaborate effectively across disciplines, borders and cultures.