Janille Smith-Colin

Class & year:

Ph.D. Student/4th Year

Degrees:

MS, Civil Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2006

BA, Engineering Studies, Lafayette College, 2003

Hometown:

Kingston, Jamaica

Thesis/Dissertation Topic:   

Evidence Based Design and Transportation

Publications:

Conference Proceedings

Smith, Janille and Adams, Teresa. Maintenance Quality Measures and Assessments – A synthesis of Measures for Highway Maintenance Quality Assurance. “Proceedings of the 85th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting, 2006.

Janille Smith (Intern). Integrating Sustainability into the Transportation Planning Process. “Transportation Research Board Conference Proceedings 37, 2005.”

Awards/Scholarships/Honors:

ENO Fellow – The ENO Leadership Development Conference (2005)

Christine Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy Graduate Fellowship Program; National Academies, Transportation Research Board (2004)

Tuck Business School Bridge Program; Dartmouth College (2003)

Biography:  

Janille Smith-Colin holds a Master Science Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her Master’s thesis focused on performance measures and their use in transportation asset management. Her research interests are in transportation policy implementation, organizational management, and civil infrastructure systems decision-making frameworks.

Janille recently relocated from Tampa, Florida. While in Tampa she worked in Intermodal Systems Planning at the Florida Department of Transportation. She also worked in consulting as a transportation planner/engineer. Janille was a member of the Tampa Bay Institute of Transportation Engineers, and an active member of the Tampa Bay Chapter of the Women’s Transportation Seminar. As Vice President of WTS, she served on the steering committee for Transportation Supersession – the signature event for the transportation industry in Tampa Bay. She is a licensed professional engineer in the State of Florida.

Janille looks forward to continued service as a member of the Georgia Tech student chapter of WTS and ITE. In her spare time she enjoys running and travelling.

Contact Information:

Email: jasc3@gatech.edu
Office: Sustainable Education Building (SEB)