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WTS Philadelphia Award Winners

December 20, 2022

Earlier this month, 3 students from the Mobility21 academic partner University of Pennsylvania, were among the awardees at the WTS Philadelphia annual awards program.

        • Nata Kovalova, a Master of City Planning Candidate received the Sylvia Alston Scholarship Award
        • Bingchu Chen, Graduate Candidate at Master of City Planning/Master of Urban Spatial Analytics received the Circle of Continuity Award
        • Siyu (Jasmine) Wu, Master of City Planning Candidate received the Vision for Equity Award


WTS Philadelphia annually offers scholarships to advance the careers of individuals in the transportation industry. We accept scholarship applications from individuals who identify as a woman or gender-minority and are high school, undergraduate, and graduate students interested in pursuing careers in transportation to attract, sustain, connect, and advance individuals’ careers in this demographic in the transportation industry. WTS develops and cultivates the next generation of a diverse and inclusive workforce, from students to professionals, and prepares these individuals to join and champion a more accessible and equitable transportation industry. Scholarships are competitive and based on applicant’s specific transportation goals, academic record, transportation-related activities, and other relevant skills.”

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[L-R] Carrie Long (UPENN MCP ’18 and WTS leader), Nata Kovalova, Bingchu Chen, Siyu (Jasmine) Wu, and Megan Ryerson (UPS Chair of Transportation) celebrating our UPENN WTS Award Winners!