Interdisciplinary Transportation Engineering, Economics, and Policy (TEEP) PhD Fellowship Program

A multi-institutional PhD research program at the University of Maryland and Carnegie Mellon University

University of Maryland's Campus
Carnegie Mellon University's Campus


The TEEP fellowship program supports interdisciplinary research that informs transportation policy decisions by integrating economics and engineering analysis of the interactions among individual behavior and technology cost and performance.

One-year fellowships are awarded to PhD students at the University of Maryland and Carnegie Mellon University.

The About page describes the program's structure and has information about key faculty. To learn more about program eligibility and the proposal process, visit the Proposals page. For information on workshops including past presentations, visit the Workshops page. For research papers supported by the program, check out the Research page. To read more about topics related to transportation engineering, economics, and policy, visit the Blog. 

Direct any program related questions to Joshua Linn or Kate Whitefoot.