Destenie Nock

Professor Destenie Nock Answers Three Questions with Peter Kerwin

September 15 th, 2022

September 15, 2022

Mobility21 UTC researcher Professor Destenie Nock addressed questions surrounding her research in a recent interview where she discussed creating an energy equity metric that illustrates the socioeconomic divide in access to energy.  Read the full interview here.

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Mobility21 Research Project “Developing Data Collection Systems to Support Community-Driven Integrated Mobility Services by Patrick Carrington, Jodi Forlizzi, Sarah Fox and Nik Martelaro Highlighted IN TRB E-Newsletter

September 13 th, 2022

September 13, 2022

Mobility21 UTC researchers Patrick Carrington, Jodi Forlizzi, Sarah Fox, and Nik Martelaro’s UTC project, “Developing Data Collection Systems to Support Community-Driven Integrated Mobility Services was highlighted in this week’s Transportation Research Board’s newsletter in the Research Roundup section.  Read the newsletter here.


Ray Gastil Joins Panel at ASTC Annual Conference 2022

September 13 th, 2022

September 13, 2022

Mobility21 UTC researcher and Carnegie Mellon University Remaking Cities Institute Director Ray Gastil joined panelists from around the country at the recent ASTC Annual Conference in Pittsburgh, where they discussed programs that forge innovative connections between science centers, museums, and communities and urban planning: “Build (Your Community) Back Better, Discovering Your Museum Superpowers to Enhance Community and Urban Planning.”

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Ray Betler Visits Classroom Funded by He and His Wife, Joneen

September 12 th, 2022

September 12, 2022

While meeting with UTC faculty, Traffic21 Advisory Council member Ray Betler, former CEO of WABTEC and currently Chairman of the Board of Directors of L.B. Foster, made his first visit to an undergraduate engineering lab that he and his wife Joneen generously funded in CMU’s new Ansys Hall.

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Smart Mobility Connection Featuring Megan Ryerson and Jasmine Siyu Wu

September 9 th, 2022

September 9, 2022

Today’s Smart Mobility Connection session featured Mobility21 UTC Researcher Dr. Megan Ryerson and University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Safe Mobility data analyst Jasmine Siyu Wu .   They discussed their project, “Identifying Community-Level Disparities in Access to Drivers Education and Training: Toward a Definition of Driver Training Deserts”  Watch their presentation here.

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National Safety Council Discusses Worker Safety

September 1 st, 2022

September 1, 2022

CMU Heinz College Dean Ramayya Krishnan participated in a Congressional Roundtable with Senator Bob Casey, leaders from the National Safety Council, and thought leaders from unions and the private sector, to discuss Mobility21’s research on transportation worker safety.

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CMU Presents Faculty Discussion on Technology as a Force for Good

August 24 th, 2022

August 23, 2022

Mobility21 UTC researcher Gabriela Gongora-Svartman joined CMU faculty from Heinz College in a Faculty Dialogues presentation, “Technology as a Force for Good,” to discuss how their and teaching in the growing field of public interest technology is creating a more prosperous, just and collaborative future for all.

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Traffic21 Welcomes German Embassy’s Head of Transportation and Digital Infrastructure

August 18 th, 2022

August 17, 2022

Dr. Joachim Eichhorn, Head of Transportation and Digital Infrastructure Section of the German Embassy visited the CMU campus and met with Stan Caldwell to learn about Traffic21 and the Mobility21 UTC efforts and discuss potential areas of collaboration with German universities and companies.

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UTC Researcher Discusses Green Energy in the Inflation Reduction Act

August 17 th, 2022

August 17, 2022

Mobility21 UTC researcher Destenie Nock discussed the Inflation Reduction Act and the benefits of the bill for the energy sector with PBS during a recent discussion about green energy.  Read the interview here.

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