Curriculum Vitae

Tara Goddard, Ph.D.

Department of Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning | Texas A&M University

College Station TX | goddard@tamu.edu|u.tamu.edu/goddard

EDUCATION

Ph.D.   Portland State University, Urban Studies                                                      2017

Department of Urban Studies and Planning

Specializations: Transportation planning and design; safety

M.S.     University of California, Davis, Civil Engineering                                          2005

            Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

            Track: Transportation Planning and Policy

B.S.      University of California, Santa Barbara, Mechanical Engineering               2002

Department of Mechanical and Environmental Engineering

Professional certification: Engineer-in-Training, EIT 114541.

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University, Urban Planning                                    2017-

Graduate Research Assistant, Portland State University                                          2011-2017

Graduate Research Assistant, UC Davis                                                                    2004-2005

Graduate Teaching Assistant, UC Davis                                                                    2002-2003

PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT

Bicycle/Pedestrian Program Coordinator, City of Davis, California                         2007-2011

Associate Transportation Planner, City of Sacramento, California                          2005-2007

Administrative Analyst II, Sustainable Transportation Analysis                                2004-2005 Internship, University of California Office of the President

Executive Fellow, Department of Housing and Community                                      2003-2004

Development, Capital Fellows Program, Office of the Governor                              

and the Center for California Studies at California State University

PUBLICATIONS

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles (*indicates student co-author at time of publication)

2022    Goddard, T. “My Road, My Rules: Driver Identity, Support for an Autocentric System, and Attitudes Toward Dominance and the Road User Legitimacy of Bicyclists.” Under review, Transportation Research Part F. Pre-print available at SSRN, http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4040534

2021    Kim, A.J., Alambeigi*, H., Goddard, T., McDonald, A.D., & Anderson, B.A. “Bicyclist-evoked arousal and greater attention to bicyclists independently promote safer driving. Cogn. Research 6, 66. https://doi.org/10.1186/s41235-021-00332-y.

2020    Goddard, T., McDonald, A.D., Alambeigi*, H., Kim*, A.J., & Anderson, B.A. “Unsafe bicyclist overtaking behavior in a simulated driving task: the role of implicit and explicit attitudes.” Accident Analysis & Prevention, 144, 105595. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aap.2020.105595

2019    Goddard, T., Ralph, K., Thigpen, C. G., & Iacobucci*, E. “Does news coverage of traffic crashes affect perceived blame and preferred solutions? Evidence from an experiment.” Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives, 3, 100073. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trip.2019.100073

            Ralph, K., Iacobucci*, E., Thigpen, C. G., & Goddard, T. “Editorial Patterns in Bicyclist and Pedestrian Crash Reporting.” Transportation Research Record2673(2), 663–671. https://doi.org/10.1177/0361198119825637

2016    Singleton, P. A., & Goddard, T. “Cycling by Choice or Necessity? Exploring the Gender Gap in Bicycling in Oregon.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Volume 2598: Socioeconomics, Sustainability, Health, and Human Factors, 110–118. https://doi.org/10.3141/2598-13

2015    Goddard, T., Kahn, K. B., & Adkins, A. “Racial Bias in Driver Yielding Behavior at Crosswalks.” Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour (33). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2015.06.002

2007    Goddard, T.B., Handy, S.L., Cao, X., & Mokhtarian, P.L.  “Voyage of the S.S. Minivan: Women’s Travel Behavior in Traditional and Suburban Neighborhoods.”  Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, DC. 1956: 141-148. https://doi.org/ 10.3141/1956-18

Journal Articles in preparation (as of 24-Apr-22)

2022    Ralph, K., Goddard, T., & Thigpen, C. “Improving News Crash Coverage by Targeting Police Press Releases”. Accident Analysis & Prevention.

Goddard, T., McDonald, A.D., Wei, R.* & Batra, D.* “Priced out of safety: When Advanced Driver Assistance Systems are a luxury instead of the standard.”

            Goddard, T., Sanders, R., McDonald, A.D., Schoner, J., & Brasseux, K.* A Roadmap for Research into Advanced Driver Assistance Systems”.

            Goddard, T. “Concerning Safety-related Behaviors Even in Self-Reported Data: A National Study of Drivers’ and Their Interactions with Bicyclists”.

Other Edited Works

2020    Goddard, T. & Ralph, K. “Words Matter, Even in Traffic: The vital role of language and framing in advancing Vision Zero.” In Vision Zero Cities Journal: International Journal of Traffic Safety Innovation.https://medium.com/vision-zero-cities-journal/words-matter-even-in-traffic-c59f5efb80a5. Vision Zero Cities Issue #5.

2019    Goddard, T. & Hood, D., Editors, TR News Special Issue on Women in Transportation, Transportation Research Board.

2017    Goddard, T. “Bicycle.” In World Book Encyclopedia. Vol. 2. Chicago, IL: World Book, Inc., a Scott Feltzer Company.

2016    Goddard, T. “Theorizing bicycle justice using social psychology:  Examining the intersection of mode and race with the Conceptual Model of Roadway Interactions.” In Golub, A., Hoffman, M., Lugo, A., & Sandoval, G. (Eds.), Bicycle Justice and Urban Transformation: Biking for All?. New York, NY: Routledge: 100-113.

Guides, Reports, Policy Briefs, and White Papers

2021    Ralph, K., Goddard, T., Thigpen, C.G., & Iacobucci, E. “Guide to Improving Press Releases about Car Crashes”, handout for New Jersey Police Executive Institute, invited training.

2020    Goddard, T., Ralph, K., Thigpen, C. G., & Iacobucci, E. “Editorial Choices Influence Perceived Blame”, Infographic handout. Graphics by John Rice, Texas A&M College of Architecture Communications, http://www.walkandbike.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/CrashReportingInfographic.pdf

2019    Ralph, K., Iacobucci, E., Thigpen, C. G., & Goddard, T. Editorial Patterns in Bicyclist and Pedestrian Crash Reporting. Project brief, http://www.walkandbike.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Handout-Final.pdf

2018    Dill, Jennifer and Tara Goddard. Pedestrian Observation and Data Collection Curriculum Guide. NITC-ED-999. Portland, OR: Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC), 2018. https://dx.doi.org/10.15760/trec.195

Dill, Jennifer and Tara Goddard. One Step At A Time: Counting Pedestrians Students Learn Pedestrian Observation and Data Collection in the Field. Project Brief NITC-ED-999. Portland, OR: Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC), 2018.

Invited Talks, Panels, Seminars, and Webinars

2022    Move Tucson Summit. May 6, 2022.

2020    “Not ‘Just Semantics’: How the Language and Framing of Transportation Safety Shapes Perception and Practice.” Iowa Law Review Symposium: The Future of Law and Transportation, Rights of Way and Public Space panel. November 6, 2020.

“Victim Blaming in Crash Reporting: What It Is and How To Stop It”. Invited webinar, Association of Pedestrian and Bicyclist Professionals (APBP) webinar series. (Completed by colleague/co-author Kelcie Ralph) July 15, 2020.

“Changing the Narrative: Harnessing language and framing to achieve Vision Zero”. Invited panelist, Texas Vision Zero Summit panel “What the Science is Telling Us Will Move This Needle.” (Event postponed) April 2020.

“Does News Coverage of Traffic Crashes Affect Perceived Blame and Preferred Solutions? Evidence from an Experiment”. Invited speaker, Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting Event #1702 “Moving Transportation Safety Research into Practice. January 15, 2020.

“Gender and Pedestrian Space, Behavior, and Experience”. Invited workshop panelist, Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting Workshop 1781, “Pedestrian Safety, Accessibility, and Harassment: Experiences across Age, Race, Class, Ability, and Gender”. January 12, 2020.

2019    “Drivers’ Attitudes and Behavior toward Bicyclists: Linking Driving Simulation with
Implicit Bias and Survey Data”. Invited panelist, Road Safety & Simulation conference panel, “Infrastructure design for bicyclists and pedestrians”. October 15, 2019.

“Vulnerable Road User Safety in the (Partially) Autonomous Age: Research Methods and Critical Issues”. Invited seminar, UC Davis Institute for Transportation Studies (ITS-Davis). April 12, 2019. https://its.ucdavis.edu/seminar/april-12-2019/; https://ucdcoe.mediasite.com/Mediasite/Play/1164c5abdedb41fbb3d24618bc7016131d

2017    “Integrating explicit and implicit methods in travel behavior research: A study of driver attitudes and bias.” Invited webinar, National Institute for Transportation and Communities, Portland State University. http://nitc.trec.pdx.edu/events/professional-development/webinar-integrating-explicit-and-implicit-methods-travel-behavior

2016    “Transportation Disruptions”, ITS-Davis 25th Anniversary, Mapping the Future of Mobility, Davis, CA. Invited panelist, Goddard, T., Ory, D., Rowan-Gould, G., & Morrison, G.

2016    “Explicit and Implicit Attitudes and Self-Reported Safety Behaviours in US Drivers towards Bicyclists”. Invited talk, Centre for Accident Research & Road Safety – Queensland (CARRS-Q), Queensland University of Technology. Brisbane, Australia.

2013    “Are Bicycling and Walking “Cool?”: Adolescent Attitudes about Active Travel”. Invited seminar, Transportation Research and Education Center, Portland State University. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QO5dEg9u8s&feature=youtu.be

2011    “Sam Baek and the Jajeongeo: Visiting the Bike City of Korea”. Invited seminar, Transportation Research and Education Center, Portland State University. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NObalH9Fcq0&feature=youtu.be

2009    “Bike Planning in Bike City, USA: How to Win Friends and Influence People by Trying Really Hard, Actually”. Invited seminar, UC Davis Institute for Transportation Studies (ITS-Davis). https://breeze.ucdavis.edu/p61734368/

Invited, various

2021    Testimony, Texas State Legislature Transportation Committee. House Bill 3325, relating to the terminology used to describe transportation-related accidents. Passed unanimously in Committee 31 March 2021.

Guest co-host, Densely Speaking: Conversations About Cities, Economics & Law. Scheduled air date: March 22, 2021. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/densely-speaking/id1529689369.

Speaker, “Transportation Law Symposium Special – Rights of Way & Public Spac‪e.” Densely Speaking: Conversations About Cities, Economics & Law. Air date: February 1, 2021. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/transportation-law-symposium-special-rights-way-public/id1529689369?i=1000507285408

2019    Speaker, Virtual Velo-city 2019. Episode 6 https://virtualvelo-city.com/episode-6-virtual-velo-city-2019

Conference Papers, Presentations, and Workshops

2022    [submitted] “Priced out of safety: When Advanced Driver Assistance Systems are a luxury instead of the standard”. Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning annual conference, Toronto, Canada.

2019    “Drivers’ Attitudes and Behavior toward Bicyclists: Linking Driving Simulation with
Implicit Bias and Survey Data”. Podium session, International Cycling Safety Conference 2020, Brisbane, Australia.

“Ethics in (road safety) journalism: How crash reporting controls the narrative”. Podium session, Velo City 2020, Dublin, Ireland.

“Smart cities for the rest of us: The implications of new transportation technologies for those left out of the urban revolution”. Session moderator and speaker, Urbanism Next conference, Portland, OR.

2018    “Drivers’ attitudes and behaviors toward bicyclists: Stereotypes, normative beliefs, and the role of personal experience.” Podium session, Active Living Research Conference, Banff, Canada.

2017    “Driver’s attitudes about bicyclists: roadway norms, implicit bias, and implications for safety.” NaturalBuiltVirtual, Texas A&M College of Architecture Research Symposium, College Station, TX.

“Integrating explicit and implicit methods in travel behavior research: A study of driver attitudes and behaviors.” Pre-organized conference session, Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Annual Conference. Denver, CO.

“Drivers’ attitudes and behaviors toward bicyclists: Stereotypes, normative beliefs, and the role of personal experience.” Podium session, 6th Annual International Cycling Safety Conference, Davis, CA.

“Drivers’ attitudes and behaviors toward bicyclists: Intermodal interactions and implications for road safety.” TRB 2017 Doctoral Student Research in Transportation Safety, TRB 96th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

“What is ‘Driver Yielding Culture,’ and Can Communities Grow It to Improve Pedestrian Safety?” How to Reverse the Increase in Pedestrian Fatalities: Identifying the Problems and Solutions workshop at the TRB 96th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.Invited workshop presentation, Goddard, T., Schneider, R., & Sanders, R. 

2016    “Exploring Drivers’ Attitudes and Behaviors toward Bicyclists: Explicit and Implicit Attitudes and Self-Reported Safety Behaviors.” 2016 International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology. Brisbane, Australia.

“Exploring Drivers’ Attitudes and Behaviors toward Bicyclists: Explicit and Implicit Attitudes and Self-Reported Safety Behaviors.” Eisenhower Innovative Doctoral Research Showcase, TRB 95th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

Goddard, T., Dill, J., & Monsere, C. “Driver Attitudes about Bicyclists: Negative Evaluations of Rule-Following and Predictability.” In TRB 95th Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers. Washington, DC.

Goddard, T., Dill, J., & Monsere, C. “Driver Attitudes about Bicyclists: Negative Evaluations of Rule-Following and Predictability.” At 55th Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP). Houston, TX.

2015    Dill, J., Goddard, T., & Monsere, C. “Can Protected Bike Lanes Help Close the Gender Gap in Cycling? Lessons from Five Cities.” In TRB 94th Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers. Washington, DC.

2014    Goddard, T., Kahn, K. B., & Adkins, A. “Racial Bias in Driver Yielding Behavior at Crosswalks.” At 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology. Paris, France.

Goddard, T. & Dill, J. “Adolescent Attitudes toward Active Travel: A Multi-Year Look at Gender and Age Effects.” At the 2014 Active Living Research Annual Conference, San Diego, California.

Goddard, T., Kahn, K. B., & Adkins, A. “Exploring Racial Bias in Drivers’ Behavior at Pedestrian Crossings.” At the 2014 Active Living Research Annual Conference, San Diego, California. Winner: People’s Choice for Best Poster Content

Goddard, T. & Dill, J. “Gender Differences in Adolescent Attitudes about Active Travel.” At the 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board.

Goddard, T. & Dill, J. “Betwixt and Be ‘Tween’: The Divergence of Attitudes about Active Travel Among Preteen Girls and Boys.” At the 2013 Active Living Research Annual Conference, San Diego, California.

GRANTS

2021-2023       Safe-D University Transportation Center Grant, “Critical Areas in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Safety: Point of Sale and Crash Reporting.” Principal Investigator ($248,301)

2020-2022       Triads for Transformation (T3) Round 3 Grant, “Walk A Mile in Their Shoes: Using Virtual Reality To Increase Empathy And Improve Transport Safety.” Principal Investigator ($32,000)

2018-2020       Triads for Transformation (T3) Round 1 Grant, “How Do Drivers’ Attitudes and Emotions Affect Their Attention And Behavior Toward Bicyclists?”, Principal Investigator ($32,500)

2018-2020       Program to Enhance Scholarly and Creative Activities (PESCA) Grant, “Roadway interactions in the US and UK: Drivers explicit and implicit attitudes and their effects on road safety behaviors”, Principal Investigator ($9,974)

2017-2018       National Institute for Transportation and Communities Small Starts Grant, “Is There a “Buy Local” Case for Lower Travel Speeds? Testing Differences in Driver Recognition of Local Versus National Retail at Different Travel Speeds”, Co-Investigator ($19,924)

2015-2016       National Institute for Transportation and Communities National Round 2 Grant, “Racial Bias in Drivers’ Yielding Behavior at Crosswalks: Understanding the Effect”, Co-Investigator ($30,000)

2013-2014       National Institute for Transportation and Communities Small Starts Grant, “Exploring Racial Bias in Drivers’ Behavior at Pedestrian Crossings”, Co-Investigator ($9,969)

TEACHING

Applied Planning Studio (F17, S19, S20, S21). This course combines elements of lecture and practice. It is aimed at providing students an opportunity to apply lessons learned in the planning program and identify new opportunities for professional growth. Through service-learning experiences, students engage with communities in Texas to assist with planning at the local level. Students gather data to illuminate issues and opportunities in partner communities, and then identify promising strategies to address issues and opportunities. (PLAN 662)

Design for Sustainable Transportation (S18, S19, S20, S21). This course examines how automobile use, transportation design, and land use policies impact travel behavior and how these policies can both encourage and discourage automobile dependence and the use of alternate transportation modes. The course also introduces a toolbox of strategies designed to mitigate congestion, promote sustainable transportation goals, and create spaces for healthy living. Students learn how truly sustainable transportation must address the race, gender, class, age, and ability inequities and injustices in both historical and contemporary approaches to transportation planning and design. (PLAN 673/URPN 489)

Structure and Function of Cities (F18, F19). This course introduces PhD students to theories about the origins and forces that shape urban areas. It helps students explore what a city is, how cities work and for whom (or not), why and how cities evolve. Students employ race, gender, and class frameworks to analyze transportation and urban form, housing and development, sprawl, urban economies, arts and culture, socio-technical systems, innovation, well-being, civic participation, and governance. Learning objectives: Examine cities through a critical lens on issues of race, gender, class, and power; Know how to conduct and write a literature review; and Utilize urban theory. (URSC 632)

Design for Active Living (F18, S22). This class addresses how the forms and characteristics of the built environment influence human behaviors, lifestyles, and health. It offers theoretical and empirical insights into the issues of physical inactivity, obesity, and automobile dependency. It focuses on how changes in the built environment help handle these issues. (PLAN 632)

Sustainable Communities – Germany Study Abroad (online Summer 20, 21 due to COVID). This program focuses on existing sustainable places in communities including town centers, office buildings, housing developments, parks, and reclaimed industrial sites. We explore the concept of “15-minute cities” with a particular focus on issues around sustainable transportation and land use. In addition to the meetings and site visits in Bonn, we visit Rotterdam and Delft in the Netherlands to visit several sites and experience the transportation systems in these cities. We finish in Munich, the third largest city in Germany and the 11th largest city in the European Union, which has set the target to become carbon-neutral by 2035. There we meet with policy makers, practitioners, and advocates all working to achieve that ambitious and far-reaching goal.

PEDAGOGICAL ACTIVITIES AND TRAINING

Event/trainingLeader/OrganizationSemester/ Year
DeBakey Executive Research Leadership ProgramMichael E. DeBakey Institute, Texas A&M UniversityAY21-22
The Promise and Practice of Inclusive TeachingBryan Dewsbury, University of Rhode IslandF21
Designing for Creativity in LearningCenter for Teaching Excellence, Texas A&MS21
Managing Challenging Situations and Teaching Controversial Topics in the ClassroomCenter for Teaching Excellence, Texas A&MS21
Revising Your Spring Course: Using Peerceptiv to Facilitate Critical Thinking in Large ClassesCenter for Teaching Excellence, Texas A&MS21
Design Thinking for Engaged Learning (four-part series)Center for Teaching Excellence, Texas A&MS20
Increasing Student Motivation and Engagement Online Using Active LearningCenter for Teaching Excellence, Texas A&MS20
Supporting International Students’ WritingDr. Tony Silva, Purdue UniversityF18
Tools for InclusivenessOffice of the Dean of Student LifeF18
Project-Based Learning Workshop (two-day workshop)Center for Project-Based Learning Worcester Polytechnic InstituteSu18
Structure Matters: 21 Teaching Strategies to Promote Student Engagement, Classroom Equity, and InclusionDean of FacultiesS18
TTLC – Transformational Teaching & Learning ConferenceDean of Faculties and Center for Teaching ExcellenceS18
Teaching and Learning Book Group: Learner-Centered TeachingPortland State Office of Academic InnovationS16
Engaging Students and Making Classrooms Inclusive: Cross-Disciplinary Tools, Insights, and Strategies to Promote Student SuccessPortland State Office of Academic InnovationS16
Moving Towards Active Learning, Both Inside and Outside of Class TimePortland State Office of Academic InnovationF15

EXTERNAL SERVICE ACTIVITIES

2022-               Member, Doctoral Committee, Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP).

2013-               Vice-Chair, Standing Committee on Women and Gender Transportation (ABE70), Transportation Research Board. Vice-Chair, 2021- . Committee paper review co-coordinator, 2017. Member, 2013-.

2011-2021       Member, Standing Committee on Bicycle Transportation (ANF20), Transportation Research Board. Communications and Membership Subcommittee co-coordinator, 2016-2019.

2019-2021       Member, NCHRP Panel 15-72 Methodology to Define New AASHTO Green Book 7.0 Context Classification Settings Implementation as Related to Active Transportation Infrastructure

2019-2020       Invited Subject Matter Expert, Innovations in Transportation Equity for Latino Communities workgroup. Joint initiative, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the American Heart Association.

2016-               Elsevier Outstanding Reviewer, Accident Analysis & Prevention; Journal of Transport & Health

Elsevier Recognized Reviewer, Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology & Behaviour; Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice; Transportation Research Part B: Methodological

Reviewer, Transportation Letters: The International Journal of Transportation Research; Journal of Transport Geography; Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives

2015-2016       Vice-President,Urban Studies Student Governance, Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University

                        PhD Representative, Faculty Committee, Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University

PhD Representative, Transportation Faculty Search Committee, Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University

SELECTED MEDIA INTERVIEWS AND RESEARCH COVERAGE

2022    “Covid-era Americans are using public transit less and having more car crashes.” The Guardian. Milman, O. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/feb/04/public-transit-car-crash-deaths-us

            The Incredibly Obvious Way to Reduce Road Deaths That Goes Ignored. Zipper, D. Slate. https://slate.com/business/2022/02/car-safety-department-of-transportation-transit-a-plea.html

            [forthcoming, The New Yorker, Danyoung Kim]

2021    “Traffic deaths jump for Black Americans who couldn’t afford to stay home during Covid.” CNN Business. https://www.cnn.com/2021/06/20/economy/2020-traffic-deaths-black-americans/index.html

“Make the world better with one of these nine ideas.” The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/29/at-home/make-the-world-better.html

            “No, Shawn Bradly Wasn’t Paralyzed in a ‘Bicycle Accident’.” Men’s Health. http://menshealth.com/trending-news/a35888641/shawn-bradley-paralyzed-hit-by-car-during-bike-ride/

Tesla Starts Judging Owners It Charged $10,000 for Self-Driving. Bloomberg Quint https://www.bloombergquint.com/business/tesla-starts-judging-owners-it-charged-10-000-for-self-driving

2020    “Why we need media reporting guidelines for road safety.” The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/bike-blog/2020/sep/28/why-we-need-media-reporting-guidelines-for-road-safety

            “Journalists should stress agency in reporting on traffic crashes, states new media guidelines.” Forbes. https://www.forbes.com/sites/carltonreid/2020/09/28/journalists-should-stress-agency-in-reporting-on-traffic-crashes-states-new-media-guidelines/?sh=76d280966530

Does news coverage of crashes affect perceived blame? ScienceDaily. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/01/200129091418.htm

                    “Five ways transit pros can get on board the equity train.” Next City. https://nextcity.org/urbanist-news/entry/five-ways-transit-pros-can-get-on-board-the-equity-train

2019    “How Journalists’ Language Warps Our Understanding of Traffic Deaths.” CityLab. https://www.citylab.com/transportation/2019/12/news-journalism-traffic-deaths-road-safety-accident-research/603289/

            “How Portland is building equity into its climate planning.” Fast Company. https://www.fastcompany.com/90434502/how-portland-is-building-equity-into-its-climate-planning

Why Do NYC Drivers And Pedestrians Loathe Cyclists?” Gothamist. https://gothamist.com/news/why-do-nyc-drivers-and-pedestrians-loathe-cyclists

“Crash Not Accident: Better Road-Safety Reporting Could Save Lives, Show Researchers.” Forbes. https://www.forbes.com/sites/carltonreid/2019/11/17/crash-not-accident-better-road-safety-reporting-could-save-lives-show-researchers/

Why Do City Dwellers Love to Hate Scooters? Zipper, D. Bloomberg. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-09-16/this-is-why-people-should-stop-hating-scooters

“How we talk about drivers hitting cyclists”, Outside. https://www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-adventure/biking/lets-talk-about-drivers-hitting-cyclists/

2018    “The everyday ethical challenges of self-driving cars: Decisions made by engineers today will determine how all cars drive.” Salon. https://www.salon.com/2018/03/31/the-everyday-ethical-challenges-of-self-driving-cars_partner/

            “Why mundane situations are more complex for self-driving cars.” World Economic Forum. https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/03/the-everyday-ethical-challenges-of-self-driving-cars/

“Stay in your lane”, Outside/In, Produced by Sam Evans-Brown. http://outsideinradio.org/shows/2018/4/26/stay-in-your-lane

FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS

2017                Academic Achievement Award – Doctoral, College of Urban and Public Affairs, Portland State University.

2016                Eisenhower Transportation Fellow, Federal Highway Administration, US Department of Transportation ($35,500)

                        NITC UTC Outstanding Student of the Year, National Institute for Transportation and Communities, US Department of Transportation University Transportation Center ($1,000).

2015                Eisenhower Transportation Fellow, Federal Highway Administration, US Department of Transportation ($5,000)

                     Student Scholar, National Institute for Transportation and Communities, U.S. DOT National Center for Livable Communities ($5,000)

                     Doctoral Dissertation Research Fellowship, National Institute for Transportation and Communities ($15,000)

2014                Student Scholar, National Institute for Transportation and Communities, U.S. DOT National Center for Livable Communities ($4,000)

                        Sustainability Travel Award, PSU Institute for Sustainable Solutions ($1,000)

                        Excellence in Safety Research for Active Living Poster Award, Centers for Disease Control and Health (CDC) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

2013                Student Scholar, Oregon Transportation Research and Education Consortium, U.S. DOT University Transportation Center ($2,500)

                        Nancy Chapman Endowed Scholarship, PSU College of Urban and Public Affairs ($1,000)

2012                Helene M. Overly Memorial Scholarship, Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) ($3,500)

2011                Rex Burkholder and Lydia Rich Scholarship, Initiative for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation ($4,500)

2003                UCTC Fellowship, University of California Transportation Center ($3,000) 

2001                Research Experience for Undergraduates, National Science Foundation (NSF-REU)

1999                Energy Research Undergraduate Fellowship, US Department of Energy (DOE-ERULF)