University of Massachusetts Amherst
Institute of Transportation Engineers
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Executive Board

 

Radhameris Gomez

radha.gomez*at*gmail.com

Radha is a Masters Degree student in the Transportation Engineering Program at UMass. She completed his Bachelors Degree at RPI.

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Jeffrey Young

jpyou0*at*student.umass.edu

Jeff is an undergraduate student in the Civil and Environmental Engineering program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He is currently working with the UMassSAFE Traffic Safety Research Program. He was introduced to ITE his junior year and hopes to continue to be an active member after he graduates. Outside of his academic life, he loves the city of Boston and all of its sports teams. He also loves to ski, hike, golf, and plays volleyball for the UMass.

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Alex Lovejoy

alovejoy*at*student.umass.edu

Alex is a Freshman in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, is a member of AGC, and also serves as Freshman Liaison for the Student Chapter of ASCE. He is looking into both transportation and structural engineering. Alex is very interested in the field and is experieinced with AutoCAD 2006 through 2010. He enjoys sports, music, and his field/school work believe it or not. He hopes to make a good impact on people's lives every opportunity he gets. 

Knodler Image  Professor Michael A. Knodler Jr. - Faculty Advisor
mknodler*at*ecs.umass.edu

Dr. Michael Knodler is an Assistant Professor in the Transportation Engineering Program in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. In addition, he is the Principal Investigator with UMassSafe and Associate Director of the Human Performance Laboratory. His main areas of research are related to traffic safety, operations, design, and education. Dr. Knodler is involved with ITE at multiple levels, in addition to being Faculty Advisor of the ITE Student Chapter he extends his participation to both NEITE and MAITE chapters. Dr. Knodler enjoys participating in both the social and academic aspects of the ITE Student Chapter.