On Saturday, February 27, CM2 hosted a booth at the 2021 virtual Girl Day UT Austin. UT Austin’s Girl Day is a nationally award-winning event presented by the Women in Engineering Program (WEP) at UT Austin that gives elementary and middle school students a chance to explore STEM through grade-appropriate,… read more
SXSW is a festival that needs no introduction. The latest and greatest in music, film, and tech are premiered to the world during the multi-day event that takes place in Austin, TX every March. This year, transportation issues were at the forefront, with several panels discussing the future of transportation.… read more
On March 12th, a Dutch Delegation met with UT Austin researchers and professors to discuss developments in SMART cities, digital health, and value data provides cities. The Dutch delegation included guests from the Brainport International Programme and the City of Breda in the Netherlands. Johann Beelen is the Program Director of the Brainport International Programme, which is a new-style economic development agency, that works with representatives from… read more
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The future for young women in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields is looking even brighter as of late. Known for its STEM programming, the highly touted GirlStart organization has been empowering young girls nationwide in the STEM fields of study. Recently, GirlStart sponsored a day-long event in… read more
Dr. Brian Wolshon, professor and Director of the Center for Emergency Transportation and Evacuation Resiliency at Louisiana State University (LSU) and member of the Cooperative Mobility for Competitive Megaregions (CM2) consortium, has been actively participating in educational and outreach activities with the support of Nelida Herrera, a funded Research Associate… read more