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CIVE Advisory Board
The CIVE Advisory Board is a group of practicing professional engineers who provide guidance to enhance and improve all aspects of the School's program. The Board constitutes a vital link between civil and environmental engineering education and civil and environmental engineering practice. They provide advice that enables the School to better perform its role of preparing students for the practice of engineering and serve to disseminate among practitioners a clear and objective understanding of the manner in which the School is attempting to fulfill this role.
Back row, Left to right: Mike Ayers. Tom Ratzki, Michael Mills, Ed Stokes (Head), Kevin Koerner, Fred Campana, Ali Frazel
Front row left to right: Brian Orr, Jon Nelson, John Veenstra (School Head), Pranav Mehta, Paul Green, Gary Humphrey
Current CIVE Advisory Board members are:
- Ed Stokes - ConocoPhillips - Chair
- Michael Ayers - Global Pavement Consultants, Inc.
- Fred Campana
- Ali Fazel - Environmental and Laboratory Services
- Paul D. Green - ODOT
- Gary D. Humphrey - Fugro Offshore Geotechnics
- Kevin Koerner - Superior Pipeline
- Pranav Mehta – Exxon Mobil Development Company
- Michael Mills - Leidos Engineering, Inc.
- Jon Nelson - Tetra Tech FHC
- Brian Orr - Toth & Associates
- Tom Ratzki - Black & Veatch
- Rao Y. Surampalli – Global Inst for Energy, Environment Sustainability
The 2015 Annual Meeting took place October 1st and 2nd. The two day event included a scholarship awards dinner and meeting with students on Thursday evening. Members held meetings with Dean Tikalsky, faculty members and students during their two day meeting. Many items were discussed, including the promotion of the CIVE Department Head and the coming search for a new Head, introduction of new faculty, and current research to name a few. Foremost among the topics was the need of CIVE to better prepare our graduates with the skills needed by their future employers. The CIVE Advisory Board were briefed on curriculum and given the results of the ABET visit that was conducted the first part of the week. The Board will be looking at the CIVE Policy concerning and make suggestions for changes. The meeting was held in the new structures lab conference room.
The full list of CIVE Advisory Board members can be found here.