February 16, 2009
The Washington, DC chapter of the Women's Transportation Seminar (WTS) awarded its 2008 Graduate Scholarship Award to Carolina Burnier. Burnier is a PhD student in Urban and Regional Planning and Design at the University of Maryland.
The WTS-DC Graduate Scholarship is an annual, nationally-competitive award for women studying transportation planning at the graduate level. The $2,000 award is supplemented by a one-year membership in WTS International and the WTS-DC Chapter.
Associate Professor Kelly Clifton is Burnier's advisor.
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