TREC’s signature professional development conference will be held at Smith Memorial Student Union at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon.
The Transportation and Communities Summit connects you with the latest research and innovations in practice, across disciplines and sectors. Whether you work in engineering, planning or policymaking, in the public sector or the private, the summit gives you the knowledge and connections to keep you at the top of your profession. The summit is held in Portland, in the heart of the Pacific Northwest, where you’ll find these innovations in sustainable transportation not just in theory but on the ground in our communities.
Registration is open. Early bird rates ($30 discount) are available until July 18, 2017. Member rates and student rates are also available.
Keynote: Hannah Ubl
Research Director at BridgeWorks
We're pleased to welcome researcher, writer and generational expert Hannah Ubl as our keynote speaker. Her keynote presentation at the summit will address the challenges and opportunities of a transportation workforce that spans multiple generations, how to recruit and retain millennial talent, and how to motivate and communicate across generations to help the transportation industry thrive and create vibrant communities and workforces for the future.
BridgeWorks has been dedicated solely to the study of generational differences since its inception in 1998. Ubl heads up BridgeWorks’ research initiatives, including delving into the latest trends on Generation Edge, the generation after Millennials. She is the author of "Managing Millenials for Dummies."
Learn about her keynote in this introduction video.
Our sessions and workshops are eligible for continuing education credits. We will provide an electronic certificate of attendance for attendees who self-track hours. We also apply for CM credits from the AICP for our sessions and workshops.
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