Join us for our second NITC "Ask Me Anything" featuring Jen Duthie of the City of Austin's Transportation Department!
Come with questions you have for Jen regarding her career path, expertise, life at a public agency, etc.! Jen will share a bit about her background and trajectory, but this is an informal opportunity to meet with a member of Advisory Board for the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC) and ask questions.
OPEN TO NITC STUDENTS
This opportunity is only open to current transportation students (and recent 2020 grads) at any of the six NITC-funded universities: Portland State University, University of Oregon, Oregon Tech, University of Utah, University of Texas at Arlington, and University of Arizona. For small group discussion, this will be **limited to 20 students**.
Jen Duthie leads the Arterial Management Division (AMD) of the City of Austin Transportation Department. AMD is responsible for the design, construction, and maintenance of traffic signals and related systems, as well as managing traffic in real-time through the Mobility Management Center. Dr. Duthie is a Professional Engineer and has a doctorate in Civil Engineering. Prior to working at the City of Austin, she led a research group at The University of Texas at Austin Center for Transportation Research that specialized in building innovative models for current and forecasted traffic flow.
Learn more about NITC at https://nitc.trec.pdx.edu/