Transportation Engineers of the Future Scholarship Awarded for 2015 Established in 2006, the Transportation Engineers of the Future (TEOF) program is designed to attract, recruit and retain talented students and future employees in Georgia’s transportation community. TEOF provides students with a $15,000 scholarship in addition to a Graduate Research Assistantship, with the requirement that the student be employed with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) for three years following graduation. The 2015 scholarship was given to Marisha Peña, who is currently completing her Master’s degree at Georgia Tech. Peña has served as a Traffic Operations Intern with GDOT since May 2013, working in the ITS, Safety and Design, Operations, Signal Timing and RTOP units. Georgia Department of Transportation Commissioner Russell McMurry (center) with 2015 scholarship winner, Marisha Peña (second from right), and TEOF committee members Dr. Michael Hunter, Georgia Tech; Mike Holt, Parsons Brinckerhoff; Todd Long, Georgia Department of Transportation; and John Hibbard, Georgia Department of Transportation.