Civil and Environmental Engineering is concerned with planning, designing, constructing, and operating various physical works; developing and utilizing natural resources in an environmentally sound manner; providing the infrastructure which supports the highest quality of life Read More..
Civil Engineering is concerned with planning, designing, constructing, and operating various physical works; developing and utilizing natural resources in an environmentally sound manner; providing the infrastructure which supports the highest quality of life in the history of the world.Environmental Engineering use principles of engineering, chemistry, and biology to develop technical solutions to provide safe water, sanitation and clean air.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers ME, MS and PhD degrees. These graduate degrees provide a more focused academic experience within an area of Geotechnical, Environmental, Structural, Transportation, Hydraulics and Water Resource Engineering. Students are provided the opportunity to work on cutting edge research with faculty who are experts in their field.
Office Hours: Monday 3-4 P.M., Thursday 1-2 P.M.Office Location: ENGR 230Phone: 797-3172Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
David Tarboton is Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Utah Water Research Laboratory at Utah State University and adjunct in the Watershed Sciences and Geology departments. He has degrees from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Natal in South Africa. He teaches Hydrology and Geographic Information Systems in Water Resources. His research is in the area of surface water hydrology focused on advancing the capability for hydrologic prediction by developing models that take advantage of new information and process understanding enabled by new technology. This includes the development of hydrologic information systems that support the online publication of hydrologic information and software for integration of information from multiple sources to advance integrative hydrologic understanding. He also works with geographic information systems and digital elevation models that take advantage of spatially distributed information for hydrologic prediction. He has contributed to advances in terrain analysis for hydrology, terrain stability mapping and stream sediment inputs, geomorphology, stochastic and nonparametric statistical methods in hydrology, and snow hydrology. He has developed software for terrain analysis and channel network extraction, terrain stability mapping and a snowmelt model. These are free and open source and available from his website. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Utah and is a member of the American Geophysical Union, the American Society of Civil Engineers, and the American Water Resources Association.
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The undergraduate Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineeringprograms are accredited by the Engineering AccreditationCommission of ABET www.abet.org