David W. Watkins, Jr., PhD, PE
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Michigan Technological University
David Watkins, Jr., PhD, PE, is Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Michigan Tech University. Dr. Watkins' teaching interests include hydrologic and hydraulic engineering, water and environmental systems analysis, and international service learning. His research interests include sustainable development and the application of decision theory and information technology to environmental and water resources problems in both the developing and industrialized world. He serves as a faculty advisor to the Michigan Tech student chapter of Engineers Without Borders-USA and co-coordinator of the Peace Corps Master’s International Program in civil and environmental engineering. He also directs an international capstone design program in Panama. Dr. Watkins is active in the ASCE/EWRI International Council, Environmental & Water Resource Systems Committee, and River Basin Planning, Policy, and Operations Committee.
Monday, June 4
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM