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  • NDSU Transportation and Logistics Ph.D. student Bukola Bakare has launched an innovative portable vegetable garden project to help low income families and new Americans in the Fargo-Moorhead area eat healthier food. The project was funded by a grant from Minnesota State University Moorhead. Bakare, left...
  • Matt Shatzkin, who earned his PhD in transportation and logistics from NDSU in 2014 has joined NDSU as an adjunct professor. Shatzkin has been a U.S. Army logistics practitioner for 27 years, achieving the rank of colonel. He is the author of the book, "Understanding the Complexity of Emergency Supply...
  • Five NDSU students presented research at the 59th Annual Transportation Research Forum April 10-11 in Minneapolis. The event was an opportunity for transportation professionals, academics, students, and graduates to present their work, discuss the latest research, debate contemporary transportation issues...
  • NDSU researchers Ying Huang, Pan Lu and Raj Bridgelall presented their paper, "Road sensor network for smart city applications," at the Conference on Nondestructive Characterization and Monitoring of Advanced Materials, Aerospace, Civil Infrastructure and Transportation. The event was organized by SPIE...
  • NeTia Bauman, tribal program outreach coordinator for the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute at North Dakota State University, is serving on the 2018 National Transportation in Indian Country Conference (NTICC) planning committee. She will assist with reviewing submissions from potential presenters...
  • The Tribal Transportation Scholarship at North Dakota State University will recognize outstanding Native American Students who will be enrolling at NDSU with an interest in engineering, economics or agriculture. Funding for the $2,000 scholarship will be provided by the Mountain-Plains Consortium through...
  • Dilip Mistry, a doctoral student in Transportation and Logistics within the College of Business at NDSU was named the Region VIII Mountain-Plains Consortium Student of the Year, Jan. 6 in Washington, D.C. Each year, the U.S. Department of Transportation honors an outstanding student for achievement and...
  • The Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute at North Dakota State University celebrated its 50th Anniversary by hosting an interactive outdoor event featuring heavy trucks, emergency response vehicles, transportation safety exhibits and highlights of the Institute's history. Visit the Institute's...
  • A new online transportation and logistics course will be offered at NDSU for the spring 2018 semester focusing on transportation technology. The course, TL 757: Intelligent Transportation Solutions, will introduce graduate students to transportation solutions that leverage technology to help move people...
  • Bukola Bakare, a transportation and logistics PhD student at North Dakota State University, was chosen to participate in the Tri-College NEW Leadership Development institute in May. Bakare was one of only 45 participants chosen from among the 109 applicants. The New (National Education for Women's) Leadership...
  • Colonel Matt Shatzkin, a U.S. Army logistics expert and graduate of NDSU's Transportation and Logistics Ph.D. program presented a lecture on emergency supply chains Monday, May 8. His presentation, "Understanding the Complexity of Emergency Supply Chains," defined a framework for emergency supply chains...
  • Transportation and Logistics Ph.D. student Amin Keramati recently won the 2017 American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials GIS for Transportation Student Paper Contest. Kerimati will present the paper, "Solving the log-truck routing problem while accounting for forest road maintenance...
  • Six NDSU Transportation and Logistics Ph.D. students will present their research at the Transportation Research Forum's 2017 Annual Forum April 20-21 at the University of Illinois in Chicago. The Transportation Research Forum is an independent organization of transportation professionals dedicated to...
  • An MPC doctoral student at North Dakota State University is among 40 graduate students from across the country selected to participate in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's new Health Policy Research Scholars program. Bukola Bakare, a doctoral student in the interdisciplinary Transportation and Logistics...
  • Four North Dakota State University undergraduate students were recently awarded $1,500 scholarships funded by the MPC. Agribusiness students Brooks Larson and Jordan Alvin Rolstad received the Paul E.R. Abrahamson Transportation Scholarship. Larson is from Cando, ND. Rolstad is from Sisseton, SD. The...
  • MPC Director Dr. Denver Tolliver recently received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute Advisory Council for his long-term achievements as an educator and researcher. He has been director of the UGPTI since 2012. Under Tolliver's leadership, the MPC has...
  • NDSU transportation and logistics doctoral students Yuan Xu and Mingwei Guo presented papers at the 2016 Midwest Academy of Management annual meeting, Oct. 6-8 in Fargo. The professional organization is a forum for the latest management theory and research by members. The NDSU College of Business was...
  • Jill Hough, associate professor of transportation, at North Dakota State University's Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute was named president of the Council of University of Transportation Centers (CUTC) at the group's annual meeting in June in Los Angeles. CUTC provides a forum for transportation...
  • NDSU's Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute (UGPTI) celebrated transportation in May with activities on campus and outreach to more than 250 elementary schools across North Dakota. NDSU students Jessica Murray and Ali Rahim Taleqani were selected to win gift cards to the NDSU bookstore for displaying...
  • Kate Ferguson, a Ph.D. student in NDSU's Transportation and Logistics Program, was recently named Director of Business Development for the Duluth Seaway Port Authority. She is the first point of contact for companies pursuing domestic and international trade opportunities and also coordinates business...
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