APWA Announces 2018 Jennings Randolph International Fellows

APWA, in association with the Eisenhower Institute at Gettysburg College (EI), has announced the 2018 Jennings Randolph International Fellows: Henena E. Sullivan and Jason Waldron, PE.

The two 2018 APWA Jennings Randolph International Fellows will conduct public works study tours and provide presentations at international partner associations’ annual membership meetings in Uppsala, Sweden in September, 2018 and in Rotorua, New Zealand in June, 2018.

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Helena E. Sullivan
Construction Engineer III
McHenry County Division of Transportation
Woodstock, Illinois

Study Focus:
Compare the bridges in regions of Sweden with similar in topography and population to McHenry County, including learning about their repair and inspection program, and typical construction materials and methods.
Jason Waldron, PE
Kansas City Streetcar Program Manager
City of Kansas City
Kansas City, Missouri

Study Focus:
Compare Kansas City, Missouri’s and Sydney, South Wales’ approach to the implementation of modern streetcar systems within the public right-of-way and the development of a smart city policy.

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Jennings Randolph International Fellows Program
Previous Jennings Randolph International Fellows
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