Sep 16, 2016
Student Researcher Quinn Langfitt receives Eisenhower Fellowship
Quinn Langfitt, a PhD candidate at Washington State University, was recently selected as a Dwight D. Eisenhower Transportation Fellow. These fellowships are for students pursuing degrees in transportation and are designed to attract the best and brightest minds to the field of transportation. The award was for a research proposal titled “Impacts of Hybrid Normalization on Transportation Agency Decision-Making” which will use a survey to examine how contextualizing environmental life cycle assessment results in a novel way may aid transportation agencies in interpreting the data. The presentation schemes to be tested were originally developed through his CESTiCC-funded research. Congratulations, Quinn!