|2005 - Present||Associate Professor, University of Dayton ‐ Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering Mechanics|
|Present||Director, Transportation Engineering Laboratory, University of Dayton ‐ Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering Mechanics|
Honors and Awards
- Section on Physical & Engineering Sciences (SPES) “Runner-Up Poster Presentation Award” for a Paper titled “Are Some Vehicle Colors Safer than Others?” presented at the 2010 Joint Statistical Meetings (co-authored with Dr. Peter Hovey and Stephen Owusu-Ansah).
- Biographical Record in Who’s Who in America presented by the Marquis Who’s Who Publications Board since 2010 64th Edition.
- Sisters of Phi Sigma Rho National Engineering Sorority, University of Dayton – “Best Male Professor” Award, presented on April 18, 2008.
- Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise Planning and Production – 2004 “I Made a Difference” Award, Ocoee, Orlando, FL, presented on May 2, 2005.
- Highway geometrics
- Transportation engineering
- Traffic engineering
- Highway geometric design
- Travel demand modeling
- Urban transportation planning
- Urban public transportation
- Traffic engineering research
- Traffic safety
|2001||PhD, Kansas State University ‐ Civil Engineering|
|1997||MS, University of Dar-es-Salaam ‐ Civil Engineering|
|1992||BS, University of Dar-es-Salaam ‐ Civil Engineering|
Location: Kettering Laboratories Room 422B
Development of a Problem-Based Learning (PBL) and Cooperative Learning (CL ...
Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering Mechanics Faculty Publications (2008)
This study reports the findings of a project that was done during the implementation of a problem-based learning (PBL) and ...
Performance Comparison of a Roundabout Versus Two-Way Stop Controlled (TWSC ...
Journal of Missouri Valley Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (2000)
The superior safety record of modern roundabouts is well known in Western Europe, Australia and in most British-influenced countries around ...
Urban Transportation Planning Decision Making: A Robustness Analysis Approach
Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering Mechanics Faculty Publications (2009)
Travel demand modeling remains a cornerstone of the transportation planning process. Although current transportation planning procedures are mostly performed by ...