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Student Paper Competition 2016

In April 2016, CRISP awarded first place in the Student Paper Competition to co-winners Mostafa Mohammed and Suliman Gargoum. As the two papers were considered so close in content and quality, CRISP elected to award two first prizes. Each winner received a $2,500 award as well as a full registration to the 8th Annual Traffic Safety Conference in Edmonton.

The purpose of the award was to recognize outstanding contributions from individual students at Edmonton-based post secondary schools with a focus on improving traffic safety.

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CRISP is always looking for innovative approaches to improving traffic safety. In line with this thinking, CRISP members believe that assisting university students focus on intersection safety and design is an important component of enhancing traffic safety. By supporting at the university level, CRISP hopes it will encourage younger people to embrace the safety culture they promote.

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