Eric A. Morris

Biography: Eric Morris is a transportation scholar at UCLA. He graduated from Harvard magna cum laude with a degree in History and Literature, specializing in 17th century English history. While in college he wrote for Let's Go: Europe and the Harvard Crimson. He even appeared in two Hasty Pudding Theatricals productions.
After graduation, Eric headed to Los Angeles where he wrote and produced for television. His writing credits include episodes of JAG, Star Trek: Voyager, Sliders, Xena: Warrior Princess, The Pretender, Spy Game and Outer Limits. He also created the comedy/action series Jack of All Trades.
Eric is a regular contributor to the Freakonomics blog and currently serves as associate editor of Access magazine. Eric has a Masters and Ph.D. in urban planning from UCLA. Currently he's a postdoctoral researcher at UCLA's Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies and its Institute for Transportation Studies. In the fall of 2012 he will be joining the faculty of Clemson
Eric Morris is a transportation scholar at UCLA. He graduated from Harvard magna cum laude with a degree in History and Literature, specializing in 17th century English history. While in college he wrote for Let's Go: Europe and the Harvard Crimson. He even appeared in two Hasty Pudding Theatricals productions.
After graduation, Eric headed to Los Angeles where he wrote and produced for television. His writing credits include episodes of JAG, Star Trek: Voyager, Sliders, Xena: Warrior Princess, The Pretender, Spy Game and Outer Limits. He also created the comedy/action series Jack of All Trades.
Eric is a regular contributor to the Freakonomics blog and currently serves as associate editor of Access magazine.
Eric has a Masters and Ph.D. in urban planning from UCLA. Currently he's a postdoctoral researcher at UCLA's Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies and its Institute for Transportation Studies. In the fall of 2012 he will be joining the faculty of Clemson University as Assistant Professor of City and Regional Planning.
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