Woodall Co-Authors Article on the Lessons COVID-19 can Teach us About Sustainable Development Through a Transportation Lens

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Brian Woodall, a professor in the Nunn School has co-authored “Reflections on Pandemics, Civil Infrastructure and Sustainable Development: Five Lessons from COVID-19 through the Lens of Transportation” published in Preprints. 

The article co-authored with Adjo Amekudzi‐Kennedy, a professor at Georgia Tech’s School of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Samuel Labi, a professor at the Purdue University’s Lyles School of Engineering, Mikhail Chester, an associate professor at Arizona State University’s School of Sustainable Engineering & the Built Environment, and Prerna Singh, a Ph.D. Candidate at Georgia Tech’s School of Civil & Environmental Engineering, looks at five lessons COVID-19 can teach us about sustainable development through a transportation lens. 

Woodall, whose research focuses on sustainable development, is the author of “Growing Democracy in Japan: The Parliamentary Cabinet System Since 1868”  published by the University Press of Kentucky, “Japan Under Construction: Corruption, Politics, and Public Works” published by the University of California Press, and  “Japan's Changing World Role” published in Japan Society.


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