Congratulations to CUTR’s Graduate Research Assistant, National Institute of Transportation and Communities Livability Scholar and the National Center for Transit Research Scholar, Austin Gibble for graduating with his Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning and landing a job! He will be a Project Development Planner for the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IndyGo) and assisting in the implementation of the new transit network that was approved by voters last November, including the planning of all-electric bus rapid transit lines. Best wishes for a successful career!
Anil Reddy Kandula
Congratulations to CUTR’s Graduate Research Assistant, Anil Reddy Kandula, who completed his Master’s degree in Computer Science. He was working under the supervision of Dr. Sean Barbeau on the TRAC-IT project, which is a travel behavior data mining using a GPS-enabled mobile phones. We wish you the best in your job pursuit!
Mohan Gandhi Achchakkagari
Congratulations to Mohan Gandhi Achchakkagari who completed his Master’s degree in Computer Science. He was working under the supervision of Dr. Sean Barbeau, on the OpenTripPlanner project. We wish you the best in finding your dream job!
Ilona Nemeth graduated with her Master’s degree in Psychology from USF St. Petersburg. She has been working with the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) group and is currently looking for employment. Ilona would like to find work as a social psychology research assistant or psychology instructor. All the best to you as you embark on your new career!
Congratulations to Courtney Cleland, who completed her Master of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering at USF. While at CUTR, she worked on pedestrian and bicycle survey data collection, pedestrian and bicycle safety outreach, naturalistic driving data video extraction and data entry and traffic crash analysis. After graduation, she plans to work at CUTR part-time and continue doing research in Type II Diabetes with the James A. Haley VA hospital. Her future plans are to find a research position in the medical field. She would like to have a hands-on position with a hospital, university or within a biomedical company where she will have the opportunity to make medical breakthroughs and improve the medical industry. Good luck on the next chapter in your life!
Pratika Ganpatrao Patil
Congratulations to Pratika Ganpatrao Patil, who attained a Master’s in Environmental Engineering degree from USF and is pursuing a position with a consulting firm. While at CUTR, she worked on pedestrian and bicycle survey data collection, pedestrian and bicycle safety outreach and traffic crash analysis. Best wishes on reaching your goal!
Janaki Ram Budigi
Congratulations to Janaki Ram Budigi for graduating with a Master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering. He had been working under the supervision of Dr. Lin in the Alert Today Florida project. Wishing you much success on your job search!