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Chapter: Appendix B - List of Participants

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B - List of Participants." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2006. Training Programs, Processes, Policies, and Practices. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13964.
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78 State DOTs Responding to the Questionnaire State DOTs Attending 2005 National Transportation Training Directors Conference APPENDIX B List of Participants Arizona Arkansas California Idaho Louisiana Maryland Michigan Missouri Arizona Arkansas Georgia Idaho Massachusetts Mississippi Missouri North Dakota David A. Allsbrook, Jr, P.E. Volkert and Associates Raleigh, North Carolina Patsy Anderson, Director of Technology Transfer Kentucky Transportation Center University of Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky Rick Barnaby Training Programs Division Manager National Highway Institute Federal Highway Administration Arlington, Virginia Patsy Chustz Training and Development Manager Louisiana Transportation Research Center Baton Rouge, Louisiana Ivory Williams, Director Mississippi Center for Technology Transfer Jackson State University Jackson, Mississippi South Carolina South Dakota Utah Virginia Washington West Virginia Wyoming Other Organizations Attending 2005 National Transportation Training Directors Conference Montana North Dakota Ohio Pennsylvania South Carolina Texas Washington West Virginia Mark J. Morvant, P.E. Associate Director, Technology Transfer Louisiana Transportation Research Center Baton Rouge, Louisiana Joseph S. O’Toole Associate Administrator Office of Professional and Corporate Development Federal Highway Administration Washington, D.C. Dr. Allison Rossett Professor of Educational Technology San Diego State University San Diego, California Myra Howze Shiplett President RandolphMorgan Consulting LLC Woodbridge, Virginia Amy Whitten, J.D., Principle The Whitten Group Jackson, Mississippi

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TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis 362: Training Programs, Processes, Policies, and Practices examines program components required to have a sound set of policies, processes, and procedures for planning, developing, implementing, funding, and evaluating state department of transportation training, development, and education programs.

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