Personal Education

Ph.D., Colorado State University, 1990 : Civil Engingeering (Environmental Engineering/Water Resources Planning and Management)

M.S., Mississippi State University, 1986 : Civil Engineering (Environmental/Water Resources Engineering)

B.S., Mississippi State University, 1981 : Civil Engineering

Graduate Students Completed

10 Doctoral Students

  1. Amilcar Chaves (co-chair with Moses Karakousian), 2015
    Thesis: Bridge Bulbous: Alternative to Bridge Pier Extentions
    Employment: US Bureai of Reclamation, Boise, ID
  2. Nagendra Dev, 2008
    Thesis: Modeling Selenium Fate and Transport in Great Salt Lake Wetlands
    Employment: RBF Consulting, Anaheim, CA
  3. Gennaro Dicataldo, 2008
    Thesis: Selenium Fate and Transport Model in a Single Pond of the Great Salt Lake Wetlands
    Employment: ConocoPhillips Company, Bartlesville, OK
  4. Jon Menough, 2008
    Thesis: Impact of Spawning Salmon on Disunfection By-product Formation
    Employment: MACTECH Engineerng, Anchorage, AK
  5. Hua Xu (co-chair with A. Hong), 2005
    Thesis: Integrated Chemical and Bioogical Treatment of Persistent Bioaccumulative and Toxis Compounds
    Employment: Post-Doc, Purdue University
  6. Youngik Choi (co-chair with K. Johnson), 2005
    Thesis: Ammonia Nitrogen Removal in Lagoon Systems
    Employment: Dong-A University, Busan, Korea
  7. Mamunur Rashid, 2003
    Thesis: Optimal Expansion of Sewage Collection Systems
    Employment: Georgia Southern University, Savannah, GA
  8. Pei-Yao Wu, 2003
    Thesis: Partitioning and Transport of Mercury due to Sediment Resuspension
    Employment: Industrial Technology Research Insitute, Taiwan
  9. David J. Kinnear, 2002
    Thesis: Hydrodynamic Modeling of Return Activated Sludge Density in Secondary Clarifiers
    Employment: Vice President and Wastewater Technical Director, HDR, Inc., Charlotte, NC
  10. Chung-Hwan Je, 1998
    Thesis: Suspended Sediment Transport Considering Fine-particle Flocculation
    Employment: University of Nevada-Reno, Reno, NV

25 MS Thesis Students (Names and Thesis titles available upon request)

23 MS Non-Thesis Students (Names and project titles available upon request)