Graduate Student Researcher
Sean is a M.Sc. candidate at the Institute of Transportation Studies of UC Davis. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability from Arizona State University. During his undergraduate career he was a member of the Honor Society for Sustainability and an ASU Academic Achievement Scholar. He was recognized for receiving the Moeur Award, Dean’s list, and graduated Summa Cum Laude. He’s research interest lie in the field of public transportation, transportation planning, Complete Streets policy, and shared mobility. Sean was a transportation policy intern at Arizona’s Public Interest Research Group (PIRG). He also interned for the Street Transportation department for the City of Phoenix, where he completed data collection and evaluation criteria for City Left Turn Warrants, conducted Pedestrian Traffic Counts for HAWK Signal Warrants, gathered data for vehicle turning movements using Jamar Technologies Traffic Data Collector. He worked as undergraduate researcher at Arizona State University— Tempe, where he investigated the heat of perception of public transit riders in Phoenix, AZ.