Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, in partnership with the Traffic21 Institute and the Mobility21 National University Transportation Center, would like to make you aware of the Women in Transportation Fellowship.

Heinz College’s Traffic21 Institute – Women in Intelligent Transportation Fellows receive a $2,000/ year scholarship (in addition to their merit-based scholarship awarded in their letter of admission) for the duration of their master’s program at Heinz College. In addition to the $2,000/year tuition scholarship, the Women in Transportation Fellow would earn their work study award for their work with Heinz College’s Traffic21 Institute during the fall and spring semesters (typically 10-12 hours per week).

The fellowship program was established as part of Heinz College’s commitment to promoting diversity in the field of Intelligent Transportation Systems. Preference will be given to (i) students who have selected “Transportation” as their area of interest within the application for admission, (ii) students who have demonstrated interest and commitment to the promotion of women in smart transportation, (iii) students with a major/minor in gender studies/ theory, (iv) graduates of HBCU’s and HSI’s, (v) students who are first in their family to attend graduate school, and/or (vi) students for whom English is their second language.

You can also learn more about the current Women in Transportation Fellows here and our alumni here.

Complete the form below to submit your interest in being considered as our next Fellow.

Women in Transportation Fellowship