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Dr. Jennifer H. Ogle

Professor of Civil Engineering

Areas of Interest:
Transportation Safety
Driver Behavior
Instrumented Vehicle Studies
Safety Conscious Planning and Design
Crash Reconstruction/Causal Analysis
Large Datasets
GPS/GIS Evaluation Tools
Intelligent Vehicle Initiative Systems

B.S., Civil Engineering, 1994, University of Tennessee
M.S., Civil Engineering, 1996, University of Tennessee
Ph.D., Civil Engineering, 2005, Georgia Tech.

Classes typically taught:
CE 3110 Transportation Engineering
CE 4110/6110 Roadway Geometric Design
CE 8150 Traffic Safety Engineering
CE 8550 Transportation Systems Seminar
CE 8XX Survey Methods

Professional Society Membership:
American Society of Civil Engineers
Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)
Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS)
Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
Transportation Research Board (TRB)

Dr. Ogle is active nationally in promoting women in engineering and has worked with the USDOT Secretaries Office and WTS International to develop a national mentor program for females interested in transportation. She was recognized by President Obama as a Champion of Change for Women in STEM. Dr. Ogle is also the Faculty Director of Engage Dominica.

Sample Publications:
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Contact Information:

Office: 212 Lowry Hall
Phone: (864) 656-0883
FAX: (864) 656-2670
email Dr. Ogle