Moses Tefe, Ph.D., P.E., received his bachelor’s degree from KNUST, Ghana, and worked in consultancy for a decade before returning to graduate school.
His research interests include sustainable transportation planning, transportation planning in developing countries, travel behavior and travel surveys, non-motorized transportation and traffic safety. His professional and scholarly work has been published both nationally and internationally. In 2018, he received a Vermont Genetics Network grant to investigate the safety effect of road sign retro-reflectivity in Vermont.
He received his master’s degree from UNESCO-IHE, Delft in the Netherlands and continued his studies at the University of Alabama, where he completed his PhD in civil/transportation engineering in August 2012. He joined the faculty of the David Crawford School of Engineering at Norwich as an assistant professor in July 2012. He is a graduate of the ASCE ExCEEd teaching workshop.
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