HSRC to participate in UNC’s University Research Week 2021
HSRC is proud to participate in UNC’s University Research Week, November 8-12, 2021. University Research Week is an annual celebration of Carolina’s research excellence and an effort to increase participation by students, of all levels, in research activity. As part of the 2021 celebration, HSRC will be presenting the following webinar:
Public Health, Economic Growth, Leisure: How transportation research impacts all our lives, every day
Thursday, November 11, 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Presented by: Bevan Kirley, Senior Research Associate. UNC Highway Safety Research Center, and Seth LaJeunesse, Senior Research Associate. UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Transportation is the simple act of moving people or things from one place to another. While simple in concept, the reality of our transportation system is extraordinarily complex and relies on experts from public health, the social sciences, planning, and engineering to ensure it is safe, efficient, and equitable. In this webinar, HSRC researchers will discuss how the transportation system impacts all our lives, and will highlight a number of ways it intersects with the health and well-being of people, local economies, and the environment.
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Visit here to see recordings of these HSRC 2020 University Research Week webinars:
- Strengthening Existing and Facilitating New Vision Zero Plans
Presented by: Dr. Kelly Evenson, Department of Epidemiology, UNC-Chapel Hill, and Seth LaJeunesse, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
- How is COVID-19 Impacting Mobility, Health and Teen Driving in NC
Presented by: Dr. Katie Harmon, Dr. Wes Kumfer, Natalie O’Brien and Dr. Randa Radwan, UNC Highway Safety Research Center and Dr. Arrianna Planey, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health
- HSRC’s work to Improve Tools and Methods for Reducing Traffic Crashes and Injuries
Presented by: Dr. Taha Saleem and Libby Thomas, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
- X-ray Vision: Examining Comic Book Science & Human Factors Design
Presented by: Dr. Michael Clamann, UNC Highway Safety Research Center