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Midwest Transportation Consortium : 2005-2006 annual report.
  • Published Date:
    2006
  • Language:
    English
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  • NTL Classification:
    NTL-PLANNING AND POLICY-PLANNING AND POLICY ; NTL-PLANNING AND POLICY-Education
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  • Abstract:
    Introduction: The Midwest Transportation Consortium (MTC) recently completed its seventh year of

    operation. At this point, the MTC has become an established portion of the research and

    educational programs at Iowa State University (ISU) and the MTC’s other partner

    universities. Additionally, the MTC continues to emphasize its primary focus of

    developing human capital. The academic year completed in spring 2006 saw the largest

    number of transportation scholars ever enrolled, roughly 30 students enrolled at ISU. We

    also recognize that the federal grant is an opportunity to build programs at our respective

    universities that will continue after the U.S. DOT University Transportation Center

    Program may end (UTC) Program. In last year’s report, we proudly announced that the

    University of Missouri, St. Louis was developing a transportation Ph.D. program within

    its business college. This year, University of Missouri, St. Louis has started a Ph.D.

    program in Logistics and Supply Change Management, predominately through the UTC

    program. Because this is the only Ph.D. program in the St. Louis metropolitan area, it has

    the opportunity to provide a long-lasting impact on an important national transportation

    hub.

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