The rapidly changing landscape of the transportation industry demands skilled professionals.

As an industry, if we are going to adequately respond to the challenges catalyzed by the shift of current transportation systems, then attracting new talent becomes imperative to our success.

Mobility21 holds a strong institutional commitment to broadening participation by students and faculty from diverse ethnic and national groups and to ensure gender diversity throughout its programming. By breaking down barriers across the industry, Mobility21 hopes to create an environment of inclusion and ceaseless collaboration among its many voices and audiences.

Fostering Diversity in the Workforce

    Women in Transportation Fellowship

    In partnership with Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, Mobility21 is proud to award the Women in Transportation Fellowship on an annual basis. Each year, an outstanding female graduate student who demonstrates an interest and commitment to Intelligent Transportation Systems. The goal of this fellowship is to provide mentoring, professional networking opportunities and exposure to national transportation career paths for female graduate students.

    Diversity in Transportation Fellowship

    In partnership with Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering, Mobility21 is proud to award the Diversity in Transportation Fellowship on an annual basis. Each year, an outstanding minority graduate student who demonstrates an interest and commitment to Intelligent Transportation Systems. The goal of this fellowship is to provide mentoring, professional networking opportunities and exposure to national transportation career paths for unrepresented minority graduate students.

    Robotics Institute Summer Scholars Program – Women in Transportation

    The Robotics Institute Summer Scholars (RISS) Program is an intensive summer program for talented undergraduate students. Each summer, Mobility21 supports a female student to have the opportunity to work in state-of-the-art research projects, interact with members of the Mobility21 team, and be mentored by leading transportation professionals.

Active Engagement with the Women’s Transportation Seminar

  • Board Member of Pittsburgh Chapter of the Women’s Transportation Seminar
  • Member of the Northeast Regional Council of the Women’s Transportation Seminar