Opportunities for master students

​Urban Freight Platform (at Chalmers and University of Gothenburg) is part of the new Aurora Freight Program that seeks to foster multinational research collaboration between Scandinavian Universities and University of Washington on the topic Urban Freight. 

As part of this effort, The Valle program at the University of Washington provides a unique opportunity for student exchange between the University of Washington and Scandinavian countries. Aurora Freight will provide an ongoing structure of research and advising on urban freight topics, allowing students to get involved in well-developed projects supported by deep personal connections amongst advising faculty and researchers.


To apply for the Valle program within Aurora, students at Chalmers and University of Gothenburg should:
1. Contact Ivan Sanchez-Diaz (Chalmers) and Michael Browne (GU)
2. Select a “Valle mentor” at the University of Washington (Edward McCormack or Anne Goodchild)
3. Define together with the mentors a plan to get involved in Urban Freight projects during the student exchange
4. Apply to the Valle Exchange Program: https://www.ce.washington.edu/current/abroad/valle

Student testimonial

"As a Scandinavian PhD student (from NTNU Trondheim) I had the opportunity to be a part of the VALLE SCANDINAVIAN EXCHANGE PROGRAM at the University of Washington, fall 2019. The program is for students within Civil and Environmental Engineering or Built Environments. My interests are related to urban mobility. I was for the semester part of their Urban Freight Lab located at the main campus just north from down town. I contributed in several projects, attended a 4 credit course "Planning for People and freight" and got the experience living in Seattle and in the Nordic part of town called Ballard." Astrid Bjørgen, NTNU Trondheim

New! Vacant position: Student Researcher - Urban Freight Lab

The Urban Freight Lab at the University of Washington is hiring a student researcher from any department to assist with a thorough review of the academic literature and popular media for predictions of the future of urban delivery and synthesizing these findings into written documents. The successful candidate must have excellent writing skills and the ability to conduct relevant research independently, a strong interest in emerging transportation and urban planning issues is a plus. Employment is for 10hrs per week at $20 per hour and would begin as soon as possible and continue through winter quarter with the potential for extension. Please send your resume and a writing sample to Elizabeth Guzy at eguzy@uw.edu.
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