We are reaching out to request your participation in a brief survey regarding Transportation Equity Education in urban planning and engineering programs across the U.S. The goal of the survey is to understand and document notable practices of curriculum development and interdisciplinary training related to transportation equity in engineering and planning schools/programs across the U.S. The research is sponsored by the USDOT through the STRIDE University Transportation Center and emphasizes promoting transportation equity through curriculum interventions. The aim of this project is to use the existing body of knowledge (including toolkits and measures centering on transportation equity) to develop educational materials for transportation engineering and planning graduate programs across the U.S.
The research team will use Qualtrics to conduct the survey. There are no risks or discomforts anticipated and all of your answers will remain confidential. The survey will take 3 to 5 minutes to complete and your participation is voluntary. You are free to withdraw your consent and to stop participating in this study at any time. If you do withdraw your consent, you will not be penalized in any way and you will not lose any benefits to which you are entitled. If you have any questions regarding your rights as a research participant, please contact Dr. Mehri M. Mohebbi at email@example.com (Principal Investigator) or the UF IRB-02 office at 352-392-0433.
By clicking on the link below, you give your consent to participate in the survey. It also means that you have been informed about this study’s purpose, procedures, possible benefits, and risks; the alternatives to being in the study; and how your privacy will be protected:
Thank you very much for sharing your valuable insights.
Mehri M. Mohebbi, Ph.D. (Transportation Equity Program Director, University of Florida)
Virginia P. Sisiopiku, Ph.D., FITE (Professor & TREND Lab Director, University of Alabama at Birmingham)
Dimitra Michalaka, Ph.D., P.E. (Associate Professor, The Citadel)