Morgan State University is a doctorate-granting and research-intensive university. It offers more than 96 transportation-related courses and several transportation degree programs. The NTC, as part of the School of Engineering, engages in multidisciplinary research of national significance, encourages student partcipation in research projects, and provides financial support to students. The center leverages on-campus resources to provide students, researchers, and professionals with learning and networking opportunities in the transportation industry.
For more information
Contact Dr. Andrew Farkas, the NTC's director, at 443-885-3761 to learn about assistantships, internships, scholarships, and fellowships.
Contact Valencia Baker, the NTC's education coordinator, at 443-885-3969 to learn more about STI, TTI, and TRAC.
For graduate students
Paid and practical work experiences for graduates and undergraduates that match career goals
A free, hands-on program for high school students
A summer or fall program for middle and high school STEM teachers
An outreach initiative for middle and high school students that builds math and science skills