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  • Summer Transportation Institute at UMass Boston | Slides
    to Inst People Advisory Committee STI II UMass Amherst Teams Links Engineering Program C of Science Math Robotics Club 2008 2008 Poster Press Release Slide Show Closing Awards Opening 2007 2007 Newsletter Press Release Slide Show Closing Awards Opening 2006

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  • Summer Transportation Institute at UMass Boston | Slides
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  • Summer Transportation Institute at UMass Boston | Slides
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  • Summer Transportation Institute University of Massachusetts Boston -Application form
    6053 E Mail summer institute umb edu or tomas materdey umb edu Parent Guardian s Signature Date Applicant s Signature Date Summer Transportation Institute University of Massachusetts Boston July 7 18 2014 Sponsored by the U S Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration The Summer Transportation Institute STI is a two week non residential program Monday to Friday that introduces high school students who are rising 9 th 12 th graders at the end of the 2013 2014 academic year to transportation related careers Participants will learn about air land water modes and safety issues via hands on projects field trips to research facilities and interactive seminars Academic enhancement activities are integrated into the program that develops skills such as leadership problem solving oral and written communication project management and use of computers A Certificate of Completion will be awarded upon successful completion of the program The Institute is free of charge Transportation is omnipresent in our civilization it is important that people and goods get to their destination on time in a safe and efficient way This requires a joint effort of people from many different disciplines Exciting opportunities exist for young professionals to help meet tomorrow s transportation challenges with their creativity hard work and knowledge of the latest technologies Participants will be exposed to the following modes of transportation BY AIR Air transportation plays an important role in people s travel for business or pleasure and for the transportation of specialized cargo items It also plays a vital role in the opening of new markets both domestically and globally BY LAND Trucks transport food clothing and other necessary goods across America to stores near you Efficient highways railways and bus systems ensure that people travel safely to work and school each day and freight is

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