The Urban Planning programs offer both undergraduate and graduate degrees in urban and regional planning. Both degree programs are professionally accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board.
|2009-2010 Eisenhower Fellowship Recipients: Casey Moore, Dr. Dick Winchell (advisor), Angelena Campobasso, Chamisa Radford||2010-2011Eisenhower Fellowship Recipients: Mike Marchand (EWU Alumni), Ernest Rasmussen, Elima Bird, Casey Moore, William Marchand, Dr. Dick Winchell (advisor)|
|2011-2012 Eisenhower Fellowship Recipients: Angelena Campobasso, Elima Bird, Raymond Allen, Dr. Dick Winchell (advisor), William Marchand, Sherwin Racehorse||2012-2013 Eisenhower Fellowship Recipient: Sherwin Racehorse|
|Student Jeremy Charlie discusses his poster during the Eisenhower Poster Session, January 2015||Student Adam Amundson discusses his poster during the Eisenhower Poster Session, January 2015|
The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has created special programs to support research in transportation and to promote students who pursue degrees in engineering, planning and transportation related disciplines. EWU has successfully participated in Eisenhower Tribal Transportation Fellowships, with students receiving up to $10,000 each for work on research projects and presentation of their research at the national conference of the Transportation Research Board each January in Washington, DC.
The Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowships Program accepts applications to participating institutions (EWU is a participating institution, and we invite all eligible candidates to apply through our project coordinator, Dr. Dick Winchell.
Our EWU application process is outlined on the next page. Students must contact Dr. Winchell or an interested EWU faculty who will serve as your faculty advisor, and develop a research project in conjunction with that faculty.
Our EWU Eisenhower Fellows have been successful in research presentations at the National Conference in Washington, DC, and students are recognized by an awards reception at that event (see photos above). Descriptions of student research projects are also listed on this website.
We anticipate possible funding for 2014-2015 starting Fall, 2014, with a tentative application deadline of March 25, 2014. Please contact Dr. Winchell if you would like more information. The formal announcement and forms for this fellowship are now posted on our Website.
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