André Carrel Receives Eno Award

André Carrel, Transportation Engineering PhD student, received the prestigious Eno Award, one of only 20 such awards given out nationally by the Washington-based Eno Center for Transportation.

In June, he will travel to Washington, D.C. to take part in the 21st annual Eno Leadership Development Conference where he will meet with federal officials and leaders of business to learn how transportation policies are shaped and adopted.

Carrel was also honored by the Eno Center with the Charles William Koch Award, which recognizes exceptional academic achievement and leadership qualities.

Carrel's research focuses on travel behavior, particularly on why people give up on public transit and return to their cars.

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