Just announced: the Active Communities / Transport (ACT) Research Group will be hosting its first “Scholarly Workshop;” Daniel Rodriguez, PhD, of UNC-Chapel Hill will be the first distinguished scholar. The workshop will be held April 18-19 on the Boulder/Denver campuses, and is intended to provide insights and feedback on research currently being pursued or proposed by student and faculty members. Students will present their well-developed research proposals to ACT faculty and student members, as well as to Dr. Rodriguez, and receive feedback from the group.
The central purpose of the event is to learn from close interactions with a proven scholar, and to elevate the quality and depth of the group’s work through constructive and critical feedback. In addition, there will be opportunity to reflect on perspectives and experiences about transportation-land use research and scholarship. Please email with questions or further interest.