Curriculum Vitae

Education


Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Blacksburg, VA
PhD Industrial Systems Engineering
Focus: Human Factors
January 2017 – Present
(May 2019 expected)
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Blacksburg, VA
PhD Civil Engineering
Focus: Transportation Engineering
January 2015 – January 2017
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Blacksburg, VA
M.S. Civil Engineering
Focus: Transportation Engineering
January 2013 – December 2014
West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV
B.S. Civil Engineering
August 2009 – December 2012

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Experience


Graduate School at Virginia Tech August 2016 – Present
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Graduate Teaching Assistant for Contemporary Pedagogy (GRAD 5114), a weekly seminar course designed to engage participants in an interdisciplinary exploration of pedagogical practices. GRAD 5114 is one of the core courses for the Future Professoriate Graduate Certificate offered by the graduate school at Virginia Tech.Responsibilities include providing constructive feedback to students, assisting with assignment completion, maintaining the course site, and establishing web communications for remote students.
Virginia Tech Transportation Institute January 2013 – Present
Graduate Research Assistant
Currently working on projects pertaining to active safety and connected vehicle systems. Emphasis is placed on analyzing and modeling driver behavior and response to these advanced safety systems.
Leidos May 2013 – August 2013
Engineer Technician (Summer Intern)
Gained experience working on a variety of projects related to transportation safety. Project scopes included, but were not limited to, crash data analysis, work zone safety, and highway safety practices.
WVU Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering May 2011 – December 2012
Undergraduate Student Researcher
Conducted a high level analysis of the effectiveness of the Graduated Driver Licensing program in West Virginia for the purpose of developing a more holistic training methodology for novice drivers and their families.

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Certificates & Training


Future Professoriate Graduate Certificate December 2015
This graduate certificate aims to prepare future faculty and academic leaders by exposure to concepts that break the mold of existing practices in higher education
Human Factors of Transportation Safety Graduate Certificate May 2015
The aim of this program is to meet a need for future generations of transportation professionals by providing a firm academic grounding in a multi-disciplinary field as well as solid research practices.
Virginia Tech Institutional Review Board: Training in Human Subjects Protection January 2013
Learning objectives pertain to ethics and principles, laws and regulations, informed consent, vulnerable populations, and more.
Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society – Leadership Development Studies August 2009

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Publications


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Presentations


Noble, A. M., Kusano, K. D., Scanlon, J. M., Doerzaph, Z. R., & Gabler, H. C. (2016). Driver Approach and Traversal Trajectories for Signalized Intersections Using Naturalistic Data. Poster session at the Transportation Research Board 95th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
Noble, A. M. (2015, April 24). Safety and Human Factors of Adaptable Stop Displays Using Connected Vehicle Infrastructure. Poster session at the Civil Engineering Research Day, Blacksburg, VA.
Noble, Alexandria M. (2014, August 27). Developing a V2I Motorcycle Warning Algorithm Using Naturalistic Driving Data. Podium presentation at the Fourth International Symposium on Naturalistic Driving Research.
Noble, Alexandria M. (2014, May). Safety and Human Factors of Adaptable Stop Displays Using Connected Vehicle Infrastructure. Podium and poster presentation for the VCTIR pooled fund sponsors at VTTI.
Noble, A. M. (2014, April). Safety and Human Factors of Adaptable Stop Displays Using Connected Vehicle Infrastructure. Poster session at the Lifesavers National Conference on Highway Safety Priorities, Nashville, TN.
Noble, Alexandria M. (2014, March 29). Safety and Human Factors of Adaptable Stop Displays Using Connected Vehicle Infrastructure. Podium presentation at the Society of Women Engineers Region E Meeting, Blacksburg, VA.

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Honors & Awards


Virginia Tech Graduate Academy for Teaching Excellence – Associate Member Inducted 2016
Virginia Tech Graduate School Diversity Scholar 2016 – 2017
Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program – Graduate Eisenhower Fellow 2015 – 2016
University Transportation Center Student of the Year 2014- Connected Vehicle-Infrastructure January 2014
Virginia Tech Alliance of Transportation Engineering Students – President 2013 – 2014
Dean’s List: WVU College of Engineering and Mineral Resources Spring 2012
All-Maryland Academic Team May 2009
All-USA Academic Team Nominee May 2009
Who’s Who Among Students, Colleges and Universities May 2009
Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society – International Distinguished Member May 2009
Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society – Middle States Region Distinguished Member February 2009
Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society (Alpha Alpha Theta) – Vice President of Scholarship 2008 – 2009
Coach’s Award for Leadership- Cecil College Women’s Softball May 2008

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Volunteer Activities


Crazy Cat Lady Animal Rescue August 2014 – Present
Founder, Board Member
Our mission is to find permanent, loving homes for our fosters while providing them with temporary shelter and responsible medical care. We are dedicated to educating the public on the importance of pet sterilization, responsible pet ownership, and the humane treatment of animals. Since 2014, we have placed over 160 foster animals into permanent homes.

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