News Meet Our Newest Advisory Board Member Philip Thomas III, from the FMCSA, has joined the Advisory Committee. They're in Middle and High School Now, But Just Wait The summer programs expose middle and high school students and teachers to opportunities in the transportation field and the STEM concepts needed to take advantage of those opportunities. MDOT, Morgan Celebrate Successful Internship Program The 2018 MDOT-MSU interns are part of a successful workforce development program. Morgan is Part of New Center Dedicated to Researching Infrastructure Morgan State is part of six-university consortium that will receive U.S. DOT University Transportation Centers grant money to research infrastructure. Providing Parking Information Reduces Congestion Providing information to drivers via VMS or a mobile app reduced congestion caused by drivers hunting for spaces in Washington, D.C. NTC Awards Two Fellowships Meet the students who earned them. STI, MSSTI Inspire Future Workforce The middle school program debuted alongside the successful high school program, which celebrated its 21st year. Stormwater Inlet Study Provides Key Information for Determining Credits for Compliance This study will extract and analyze solids from storm inlets to determine appropriate credting for inlet practices. MDOT-MSU Interns Prove to be Valuable Resource 2017 MDOT-MSU Graduate School Internship Program is again a success. This Teacher Really Does Drone On -- In Robotics Lab With everything from drones to assembly lines to lunar vehicles, robotics lab prepares students for the future Maryland Department of Natural Resources Forges New Collaborative Partnership with Morgan State University First-of-its-kind agreement was signed at Morgan's PEARL. Graduate Students Glimpse Their Future at MDOT Open House The highly successful MDOT/MSU Graduate School Internship Program held an Open House on May 17, 2017. Battered Roads Just Might Help Restore Bay Oysters A three-phased research project discovered that recycled concrete aggregate is safe and suitable to use as a base for oyster reefs. U.S. DOT Awards Grant The U.S. DOT has awarded a $1.4 million grant to a three-university consortium led by Morgan State University. Dean Emeritus DeLoatch Honored at COMTO Luncheon Dean Emeritus Eugene M. DeLoatch received an award from COMTO for his contributions to the engineering profession. GIS Lab Puts the Earth at Your Fingertips Students master the software involved in geospatial technology Teachers Experience Engineering and Other STEM Concepts Teachers Experience Engineering and Other STEM Concepts Students Find Field of Transportation Fascinating Program exposes high school students to the variety of careeers in the transportation field Internships Provide Real-World Responsibilities Internships Provide Real-World Responsibilities Information Might Be Key to Reducing Congestion Telling drivers where open parking spaces are could eliminate congestion caused by searching for spots Get Behind the Wheel Simulator lets researchers observe driver's reactions, choices Structures and Materials Lab Lets Researchers Explore How Materials React Morgan's Structures and Materials Lab gives researchers an opportunity to test materials and document how they perform in all types of conditions, from earthquakes to high wind to freeze-thaw cycles. MATS UTC Research at Morgan Inspires Students, Interests the SHA MATS UTC Research at Morgan leads to a proposal for further research with the SHA Morgan Researchers Focus on Freight Performance measure compares Maryland's freight industry with the nation's MATS UTC End-of-Summer Symposium Two Morgan students hone their research skills Robert Victor Joins NTC's Advisory Board He is a licensed engineer in five states and Washington, D.C. Morgan Faculty member assesses Nairobi's traffic woes Most intersections lack traffic signals Morgan Receives $17,500 for Transportation Jobs Fellowship Program Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program provides federal funding Teachers, students enjoy chance to plan, build a roundabout Teachers, students enjoy chance to model a roundabout Drivers' Surveys Morgan researchers are surveying owners of electric and non-electric vehicles about their purchasing decisions. Seeking Survey Participants Survey examines vehicle use, attitudes and preferred safety technologies among Maryland drivers. Applications Available for Summer 2015 TTI and STI Applications are available for two popular summer programs. Recycled Road Material Provides the Support Baby Oysters Need Recycled Road Material Provides the Support Baby Oysters Need Graduate Students Interested in Air Transportation Can Apply for Research Award Graduate students interested in air transportation can apply for a $10,000 research award. MTA Needs Interns to Work with High School Students MTA is seeking college interns to work on the Red Line High School Internship Program Scholarship Honors the Memory of Nicole Washington A scholarship in memory of Nicole Washington is available to a female student at Morgan State University. Parsons Brinckerhoff Professionals Speak to Students About Their Work Parsons Brinckerhoff professionals speak to students about their work Teachers Take a 'Roundabout' Approach to STEM Training The Fall 2014 Teacher Transportation Institute incorporates STEM and transportation concepts. MDOT Leaders Tour CBEIS Laboratories MDOT managers toured the CBEIS labs and heard presentations on the research done at Morgan. 2014 Summer Transportation Institute Concludes with Banquet 2014 Summer Transportation Institute Concludes with Banquet Morgan State University is Part of Consortium that will Receive $5 Million Grant for Transportation Research Morgan State University is part of consortium that will receive $5 million for research. Identification of Techniques to Meet pH Standards During In-Stream Construction This project identifies techniques that SHA can use to meet pH standards during in-stream construction. See What You Missed from the NTC Maryland Transportation Symposium Documents and presentations from the NTC Maryland Transportation Symposium are online. U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood to Hold Town Hall at Morgan On February 17, U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood visited Morgan State University for a town hall meeting with students about innovation and careers in the transportation industry.