Coffee & Conversation III: Building Resilience into a Transportation System for All

Students, faculty, and researchers alike are invited to participate in this CSCRS Speaker Series that explores persistent and emerging trends in road safety.

Time: 8:45 a.m. to 9:45 a.m.
Location: Chapin Reading Room (New East Building, 2nd Floor)

January 28

A Human Factors Perspective on Designing for All
Speaker: Michael Clamann, Sr. Human Factors Engineer, UNC Highway Safety Research Center, UNC-CH

February 11

Young Drivers, Driver Education, and the Change in Age of Licensure
Speaker: Arthur Goodwin, Associate Director for Behavioral Research, UNC Highway Safety Research Center, UNC-CH

February 25

What Do We Mean by Distracted Driving?
Speaker: Justin Owens, Sr. Research Associate, Center for Vulnerable Road User Safety, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute

March 18

Opioids, Emerging Response, and the Problem of Drugged Driving
Speaker: Katie Harmon, Postdoctoral Research Associate, UNC Highway Safety Research Center, UNC-CH

April 1

Rideables and the Inexperienced Traveler
Speaker: Chris Cherry, Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Tennessee-Knoxville

April 15

Elderly Drivers and the Aging of America
Speaker: Jing Feng, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, North Carolina State University

April 29

Accommodating all Pedestrians with Design
Speaker: Janet Barlow, President, Accessible Design for the Blind

May 13

A Policy Solution to the Enduring Alcohol-related Motor Vehicle Crash Problem
Speaker: Rob Foss, Sr. Research Scientist, UNC Highway Safety Research Center, UNC-CH