Carnegie Mellon University‘s H. John Heinz III College, in partnership with the Traffic21 Institute and the T-SET University Transportation Center (UTC), awards the Women in Transportation Fellowship on an annual basis. Heinz College awards the scholarship every year to an incoming student who is entering the Master of Science in Public Policy and Management (MSPPM) or Master of Information Systems Management(MISM) degree programs. It is awarded to an outstanding female student who has, within the standard application for admission, demonstrated an interest and commitment to Intelligent Transportation Systems. Eligible students will receive a minimum of half-tuition scholarship up to a full tuition scholarship to attend the MSPPM or MISM program. In addition, the recipient works in a transportation-related paid internship (part-time work) during the school year. Traffic21 will also provide a full-time internship during the summer in order for the student to satisfy the MSPPM/MISM degree’s summer internship requirement.