Kelcie Ralph receives best dissertation prize from ACSP

November 2, 2015

Kelcie Ralph, who recently joined the Bloustein School as an Assistant Professor in Transportation Policy and Planning, has been awarded the Barclay Gibbs Jones Dissertation Award for Best Dissertation in Planning from the Association of Collegiate School of Planning. The award recognizes superior scholarship in a doctoral dissertation completed by a student enrolled in an ACSP-member school. Her dissertation,“Stalled on the Road to Adulthood? Assessing the nature of recent travel changes for young adults in America, 1995-2009,” evaluates the causes and consequences of the decline in driving among young adults. Ralph earned her PhD from UCLA in 2015.

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