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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    Class Pages Scholarships Funding Department Laboratories Centers Institutes Student Associations Clubs Available Student Jobs People Directory Active Faculty Research Scientists Instructors Emeritus Faculty Administrative Staff COE Resources Department Resources Conferences Short Courses Resources for New Faculty Engineering Software Extension Programs Alumni Friends Meet our Alumni World Map USA Map 1930 s 1940 s 1950 s 1960 s 1970 s 1980 s 1990 s 2000 s 2001 PRESENT Stay Connected Attend

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    Courses Resources for New Faculty Engineering Software Extension Programs Alumni Friends Meet our Alumni World Map USA Map 1930 s 1940 s 1950 s 1960 s 1970 s 1980 s 1990 s 2000 s 2001 PRESENT Stay Connected Attend Engineering Events Nominate an Alum Join the Alumni Association Support Engineering Support CSU Research International Programs Research Centers Research Laboratories Civil Environmental Engineering Software THE CASC2D SED WATERSHED MODEL by Dr Pierre Julien CASC2D solves the equations of conservation of mass energy and linear momentum to estimate watershed runoff for a given rainfall input Click here for more information TREX Two Dimensional Runoff Erosion and Export by Dr Pierre Julien Spatially Distributed Model To Assess Watershed Hydrology Sediment Transport and Contaminant Transport and Fate Click here for more information MODSIM DSS by Dr John Labadie Water Rights Planning Water Resources Management River Operations Decision Support System Click here for more information Stochastic Analysis Modeling Simulation SAMS 2007 by Dr Jose Salas SAMS is a computer software package that deals with the stochastic analysis modeling and simulation of hydrologic time series such as annual and monthly streamflows Click here for more information HIRO2 Hortonian Infiltration and Run Off On by Dr Jose

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    Emeritus Faculty Administrative Staff COE Resources Department Resources Conferences Short Courses Resources for New Faculty Engineering Software Extension Programs Alumni Friends Meet our Alumni World Map USA Map 1930 s 1940 s 1950 s 1960 s 1970 s 1980 s 1990 s 2000 s 2001 PRESENT Stay Connected Attend Engineering Events Nominate an Alum Join the Alumni Association Support Engineering Support CSU Research International Programs Research Centers Research Laboratories Extension

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    Cermak in 1992 He continued at CSU for several years as a Research Scientist and then joined CPP Inc in Fort Collins where he became a part owner and Senior Associate until 2012 He then returned to Australia where he has worked as a private wind engineering consultant Leighton Cochran Consulting and recently 2014 present joined MEL Consultants Pty Ltd Brisbane Australia as Director Northern Australia and Asia Dr Cochran has been past chair of the Wind Effects Booklet Task Committee for the ASCE and Secretary 2000 2006 of the ASCE Aerodynamics Committee Dr Cochran was also past Editor of the American Wind Engineering Association AWEA newsletter Wind Engineer and past President of the AWEA 2007 2008 and current Americas Regional Coordinator for the International Association for Wind Engineering 2009 2017 He has also contributed to the recent update to the ASHRAE Handbook Fundamentals Chapter 24 2013 Read More about Dr Derickson Dr Russ Derickson worked in the Wind Engineering Program at Colorado State University as a Research Associate between 1988 1992 managing wind tunnel projects with an emphasis in both physical and numerical modeling After he graduated with a Ph D in 1992 he taught at South Dakota School of Mines worked as a Chief Engineer and Senior Scientist with Architectural Energy Corporation 1983 1987 1993 1995 2008 2010 from 2002 2004 he was a Senior Associate with CPP Wind Engineers Fort Collins between 2004 2007 he was a member of the founding faculty of the Presidio School of Management now Presidio Graduate School curriculum in Sustainable Products and Services and since 2000 to present he has been President of the Innovation Affinity Group LLC Dr Derickson is also the author of the REM software engine used by 90 of the home energy rating market nationally Currently his company the Innovation Affinity Group is developing an updated version of this energy efficient thermal comfort software Glenn E Moglen M S 1989 professor in the Charles E Via Jr Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Virginia Tech became the CEE Program Director for the National Capital Region in Fall 2012 He was also recently elected to the grade of Fellow of ASCE F ASCE in February 2013 CH2M HILL a global full service consulting design construction and operations firm is pleased to announce that Terry A Ruhl PE F ASCE has been appointed president of the firm s No 4 ranked Engineering News Record Transportation business The firm is a leader in transportation planning design design build program management construction management and operations A 19 year veteran of CH2M HILL Ruhl previously served as the senior vice president and director of consulting and international operations for the company s Transportation Business Group leading the Aviation Highway and Bridge Ports and Maritime and Transit and Rail consulting practices He has been responsible for the growth and profitability of these market segments both domestically and internationally For complete details about this appointment please click here Gary A Fox B S Civil

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  • World Alumni Map
    Map of our Department s Alumni updated 4 15 Click on a location to see the number of graduates please allow time for data to load

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  • Alumni Map
    Map of our Department s Alumni updated 4 15 Click on a state to see the number of alumni please allow time for data to load

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    Corps of Engineers Mr Lane established Lane Engineering Service in Lakewood with his brother He was president of the Professional Engineers of Colorado President of the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce and Chairman of the Lakewood Planning Commission Spring 2005 newsletter Wilber Ingalsbe B S 1940 Civil Engineering is living in Hollywood California Mr Ingalsbe was founder of Perilter and Ingalsbe in the Los Angeles area completing mostly large civil projects in that area Mr Ingalsbe and his wife Erma live in the house that Wilbur built with his own hands in the 1950s Spring 2005 newsletter We are saddened to report the passing of Colorado State engineering alumnus and noted benefactor Harold Short of Boulder on March 26th 2007 Harold Short is survived by his second wife Charlotte York Irey Short and his three children Kay McDowell Carol Patten and Jim Short and their families Short graduated in 1940 from CSU with a bachelor s degree in civil engineering Following graduation Harold Short worked briefly for the state of Wyoming but his work was soon interrupted by World War II He was commissioned in the 6th Infantry 51st Field Artillery and in 1941 he was called to active duty Short served five years in the U S Army earned the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and received two Bronze Stars and the Purple Heart After the war Short partnered in Milne Ready Mixed Concrete Inc in Boulder with James G Milne and under his management the company evolved from a small sand and gravel outfit into Flatiron Companies which included paving concrete sand and gravel and development businesses Short and his family have a long history of contributing their time and money to their community Their generous contributions to Colorado State include the establishment of endowed scholarships in three colleges and land contributions They made the first major gift to launch the Morgan Library campaign and in 1997 the Shorts gifted 2 million to the engineering and physics campaign This gift helped to fund the expansion and renovation of the Engineering Building to create the Harold H Short Civil Infrastructure Systems Laboratory and to establish the Infrastructure Chair in the College of Engineering Harold Short will be missed by all those who knew his generous spirit The department offers condolences to Mr Short s family Spring 2007 newsletter Ralph Adkins B S 1943 Civil passed away on January 5 2006 He began his career with the Colorado Fuel Iron Corp in 1943 then served as a line officer in the Navy during World War II He resumed his career at CF I in 1946 ultimately serving as director of land and water from 1965 until his retirement in 1983 He then had his own consulting firm Ralph Adkins Associates He joined the board of directors of the Southeastern Colorado Water Conservancy District in 1973 and in 2002 received its first Distinguished Service Award In 1997 he won the Wayne S Aspinall Water Leader of the Year Award He served on the

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    our groundwater he says It s a real challenge to make sure we have enough water for the people of Colorado We need to ensure that the citizenry legislature and water administrators understand groundwater so they can make good decisions for our future Spring 2008 newsletter H S Negabhushanaiah M S 1958 Ph D 1962 Civil is retired but writing a series of engineering books He had a distinguished career as an educator in India serving as professor and head of the department at Regional Engineering College Rourkela and coordinator of the Water Research Center at the National Institute of Engineering Mysore Fall 2006 newsletter Dr Henry Liu M S 1963 Ph D 1966 Civil Engineering has published a book Pipeline Engineering Fundamentals for the Water and Wastewater Maintenance Operator Following 35 years of teaching and research at University of Missouri Columbia he is Professor Emeritus and serves as president of Freight Pipeline Company Spring 2004 newsletter Dale Heerman M S 1964 and Ph D 1968 Agricultural Engineering was inducted into the Biological Systems Engineering Hall of Fame at the University of Nebraska where he received his bachelor s degree Heerman was cited for his outstanding contributions in center pivot irrigation systems His work was incorporated into the USDA NRCS s national toolbox and both U S and International Standards On May 3 2005 Heerman retired after more than 41 years of Federal service 38 of those with the USDA ARS in Fort Collins He joined ARS in August 1968 and became Research Leader of the Water Management Unit in 1981 Fall 2006 newsletter Archie Lind B S 1964 Civil is the vice president of aviation in URS Corporation s Denver Tech Center Office Darell Zimbelman B S 1964 and M S 1966 Civil has spent most of his career managing water in the familiar landscape of northern Colorado At Colorado State Zimbleman jokes that he might have been an electrical engineer were it not for a vacancy on the civil engineering intramural football team that convinced him to change his major Upon graduation Zimbelman served in the U S Army in Vietnam where he was awarded both the Army Commendation Medal for Achievement and the Bronze Star After his time in the army he worked on a variety of water management issues in the United States and around the world and in 1981 he obtained a Ph D in industrial and management engineering from Arizona State University In 1983 he began his long and notable career with the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District NCWCD a public agency that provides water for agricultural municipal domestic and industrial uses in a 1 6 million acre area in northeastern Colorado Highlights of Zimbelman s twenty three year career with NCWCD include refinancing of the D bonds for the Windy Gap project in 1986 overseeing the design and construction of the nearly 100 miles of pipeline that make up the Southern Water Supply Project and acting as project manager for the construction of

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