METRANS UTC News & Announcements

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On Wednesday, October 1, 2014, USC Price School of Public Policy PhD students Sandip Chakrabarti, Mohja Rhoads, and Xize Wang presented their transportation research to students, faculty, and practitioners at the University of Southern California as part of the METRANS Transportation Research Seminar Series. They will also present this research at the upcoming 54th Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) conference, Big Ideas, Global Impacts, to be held October 30 to November 2 in Philadelphia.

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Detroit is a captivating study in urban evolution. Once one of America’s richest cities, it is now among its poorest. This summer, under the guidance of Professor Michael Thom, twenty USC Price students had the opportunity to help reverse the decline, addressing the challenges of transit, land use, education, and nonprofit innovation.

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USC undergraduates Andrina Dominguez (Public Policy), Erica Fine (Public Policy) Rayed Khan (Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering) and Todd Nguyen (Public Policy) were selected to participate in the 19th Annual California Transportation Foundation's (CTF) Educational Symposium in Santa Cruz, where they gained a unique opportunity to learn by doing with transportation professionals i

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On September 8, METRANS Faculty, USC Viterbi School of Engineering Vice Dean for Academic Programs and Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE), Civil Engineering, and Public Policy Professor, and President Elect of the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) James Moore joined the approximately one million new ALS donors to be doused in ice water to help raise funds for the disease. 

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We are pleased to announce our new USC graduate level course, Seaport Policy and Management.  Launched this fall and taught by Dr.

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