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on the new Midwest Transportation Consortium grant, which will fund research
and education in transportation safety at UNI, Iowa State, and the University
University of Northern Iowa will have several research assistantships and
tuition scholarships available to incoming Masters students interested in
transportation safety, starting in Fall 2007. These assistantships are
made possible through UNI's participation in the
Midwest Transportation Consortium, funded by the University Transportation
Center program of the U.S. DOT. Within the area of transportation
safety, projects will emphasize the use of GIS, spatial analysis, public
policy, and transportation planning to identify and address transportation
safety issues. For more information on the transportation program at
UNI, please contact Tim Strauss (email@example.com;
319-273-7467). For application materials and information on the UNI
Department of Geography graduate program, please contact Graduate Coordinator
David May (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit http://www.uni.edu/geography/graduate_program.html.
Transportation Consortium (MTC) is the University
Transportation Center Program for Federal Region 7, which includes
Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska.
Iowa State University (ISU) is MTC's lead institution. At ISU, MTC is being managed
through the Center for Transportation Research
and Education (CTRE).
ISU is partnering with
the University of Missouri-Columbia through UMC’s Transportation Infrastructure Center (TIC).
Four junior partner
institutions are programmatically linked to MTC, largely to support
transportation education activities through the Transportation Scholars
University of Northern Iowa in Cedar
University of Missouri-Kansas City
University of Missouri-St. Louis
Lincoln University in