The April 18 program will explore the changes in commuting patterns and mobility in the I.E. since the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing awareness to build upon opportunities and limit harm.
Eric Vogelsang (sociology), Kimberly Collins (public administration), Thomas McWeeney (public administration) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were included in recent news media coverage in areas of their expertise.
When it comes to addressing and providing solutions for transportation issues facing Southern California, Kimberly Collins, professor of public administration and executive director of the Leonard Transportation Center, asks, “How does the public work with the private sector to create solutions?"
A paper on U.S.-Mexico border issues by Kimberly Collins (public administration) was cited in an article, Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on an arrest of a suspect who shot two Jewish men in Los Angeles, and a paper Pablo Gomez (psychology) cowrote on letter-similarity effects occur in reading braille was published.
In the next session of the 2022 Regional Mobility Dialogue Series, transportation experts will examine hydrogen as a possible clean air alternative to fossil fuels. The presentation is set for 8 a.m. Aug. 23, and will take place virtually. Online registration is required.
In the next session of the 2022 Regional Mobility Dialogue Series, transportation experts will examine “last mile delivery” – how it works and the related trends. Online registration is required.
In this Regional Mobility Dialogue, presented by the Leonard Transportation Center at CSUSB on Tuesday, April 19, experts will examine how big data, artificial intelligence and intelligent technologies can improve equity in transportation systems. The event will be presented virtually.
In the fifth session of 2021, industry experts will examine how innovation is changing the logistics sector of our transportation system. Panelists will discuss the big challenges that lie ahead, and whether they can be solved by innovation alone.