CEE Spotlight

Four grad students win coveted Eisenhower transportation fellowships

September 4, 2015
Four master’s and Ph.D. students studying transportation in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering have won funding from the Federal Highway Administration.
Doctoral students Alice Grossman and Janille Smith-Colin will receive full Eisenhower Transportation Fellowships, supporting their studies this year as well as a stipend and travel to the Transportation Research Board annual meeting. Master’s students Jack Cebe and Carly Queen won partial awards to help pay for their studies. Read more.