Global Perspectives in Transportation
in Rome, Italy
Who: Students interested in transportation including, autonomous driving, signals, etc.
When: May 8-18, 2018
What: Studies in the global nature of transportation engineering. Students will have lectures from ISU faculty as well as visiting Edinburgh. Lessons will focus on the different engineering, historical, cultural, social, economic, ethical, environmental, and political conditions on the design and construction of various infrastructure projects outside of the US. There will also be special topics covered like global transportation topics.
Credit: Students will earn 3 credit of CE 395 (Topic Elective for CE students on the general track)
Cost: See above budget sheet for more information (will be added soon)
Where: Rome, Italy with day-trips to: Florence, Pisa, and Pompeii
: Apartments in the Trastevere neighborhood (apartments have kitchenettes with dishes and cooking utensils)
: Due to the nature of this program, participants should be able to walk long distances and manage stairs.
Questions? contact the program coordinator, Judy Thomas, at firstname.lastname@example.org