Understanding Relationships between the Built Environment, Physical Activity, Public Health, Urban Mobility, and Traffic Congestion: Graduate Curriculum
Through the Southeastern Transportation Research, Innovation, Development & Education Center (STRIDE), housed at University of Florida, collaborating researchers at The Citadel are working to gain a collective perspective on how transportation engineering curriculum incorporates instructional content related to public health and physical activity. For this purpose, faculty from universities across North America, and beyond, are being surveyed to develop a broad understating of course offerings, course goals and course content.
This survey should take 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Participation is voluntary. Respondents must be at least 18 years of age and be affiliated with the university offering the transportation engineering curriculum of interest. Submitted data will be secure and only study researchers will be allowed to review responses. A list of participating universities will be included in the final report; however, responses will not be associated with anyone’s name, or university. Participant privacy will be protected. For those completing survey responses, it is inferred that individuals consent with criteria and stipulations contained herein and would like to freely volunteer as a participant for this research study.
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