Oregon State student wins safety presentation contest
Oregon State University student Lacy Brown's presentation won top honors at the Oregon Transportation Safety Conference, held Oct. 12 to 14 in Salem. Brown's presentation was titled "Assessment of Statewide Intersection Safety Performance," an Oregon Department of Transportation Resesarch-sponsored project.
Kristie Gladhill of Portland State University and Jon Mueller and Raul Avelar, both of Oregon State, also presented at the conference, which is put on by the Alliance for Community Traffic Safety Oregon.
Presentations lasted around 20 minutes and were judged on three criteria: process, product and presentation:
- Process: The research project is rigorous, with good data and solid analysis.
- Product: The student's findings will be valuable for the profession.
- Presentation: The student communicated the information clearly and professionally.
OTREC provided each student with $200 for travel and will award Brown $350 for her winning presentation.