Leadership Activities

Note: BC- Benedict College; TC- The Citadel; CU- Clemson University; SCSU- South Carolina State University; and USC- University of South Carolina.

C²M² Affiliate(s) Activity Date
 TC Drs. Michalaka and Brown took five students to participate in the City of Charleston Transportation Workshop hosted by the Charleston Mayor, City Council, State Senate, and City Staff Oct 2017
CU Clemson student Katherine Brunk received the U.S. DOT Dwight E. Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Jan 2018
TC Dr. Michalaka was selected to participate in LeadershipITE, the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) leadership development program Jan 2018
TC Dr. Michalaka was selected as the recipient of the ITE “Legacy Fund Scholarship” in conjunction with her acceptance into the LeadershipITE program Jan 2018
TC Drs. Michalaka and Brown were nominated as the Chair and Vice Chair of the Engineering Graphics division, respectively, of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Southeast Section (SE)  March 2018
USC Drs. Huynh and Rizos co-planned and hosted the American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-way Association (AREMA) Railway Engineering Education Symposium 2018 June 2018
CU  Mr. Rahman, a Clemson PhD student, hosted four students from the South Carolina Governor School for Science and Mathematics Accelerate Program, mentoring them for a week as they conducted research in the Cyber-Physical Systems Lab June 2018
CU Dr. Chowdhury hosted two PhD students from Wingate University studying the efficacy of outreach activities and research dissemination June 2018
CU Dr. Chowdhury led the planning committee and hosted the 6th Annual UTC Conference for the Southeastern Region Jan -Oct 2018
BC Dr. Comert mentored seven undergraduate students as part of Benedict College’s Summer Undergraduate Research Institute (SURI) June-July 2018
TC Dr. Michalaka organized a Connected Vehicle Workshop for professional development for SCDOT engineers  June 2018
TC Dr. Michalaka organized and led the ITE/ASCE Summer meeting June 2018
USC Dr. Mullen served as the honorary chair at the Reliable Engineering Computing Meeting July 018