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The CBBG leadership and research team is an exemplar of diversity (43% Hispanic and 57% female), well above the national averages for Engineering professionals (NSF, 2013).

Edward Kavazanjian Jr.Edward Kavazanjian Jr., Ph.D., P.E., CBBG Center Director

Edward Kavazanjian returned to academia with an appointment at ASU in 2004 after 20 years in engineering practice. His industrial experience includes working for a large (over 2,000 employees) international firm specializing in civil infrastructure design; a small, entrepreneurial geotechnical specialty consulting firm; and 10 years with a geoenvironmental consulting firm that grew from 100 to over 400 people during his tenure. At the geoenvironmental consulting firm, he served on the Board of Directors, was discipline leader for geotechnical and landfill engineering, managed multi-disciplinary engineering services contracts of up to $8.4 million in value (for the City of Los Angles Department of Public Works), and managed geotechnical services on Superfund design/construct remediation projects with total value from $13 million to over $150 million. Professor Kavazanjian was elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) in 2013 for his work as a consulting engineer. He is widely recognized for his research on waste containment systems, seismic analysis and design of geotechnical features for transportation systems, and in the emerging field of biogeotechnical engineering.

zapata-picture-cbbgClaudia E. Zapata, Ph.D., CBBG Center Deputy Director

Claudia Zapata is an Associate Professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at ASU. Her research interests focus on laboratory and field characterization of problematic soils and bio-mediated geomaterials, the behavior of soils due to repeated loading and environmental effects, and modeling fluid flow and volume change of soils applied to pavement structures and residential foundation systems.  She is also heavily invested in engineering education and diversity and outreach activities.  Her current research activities include the study of fluid flow in soils due to thermal gradients and how it affects airfield pavement structures and the introduction of unsaturated soil mechanics principles into the undergraduate geotechnical engineering curriculum.  She has played a major role in the development of models to incorporate environmental effects into pavement design practice, including the newest AASHTO Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide, and in development of a database of unsaturated soil properties for the continental United States, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.

Jason DeJong, Ph.D., Thrust leader for Hazard Mitigation (Thrust 1)

Jason DeJong is a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UCD. Through his Soil Interactions Laboratory, he directs research into bio-mediated soils processes, advanced site characterization, behavior of intermediate and gravelly soils, sustainable geotechnical practice, and deep foundation performance. Fundamental scientific advances in these research areas have been successfully upscaled to full-scale field deployment in practice, including MICP trials at a mining site, characterization of gravel in the foundation of several large dams in California, and development of standards on offshore site characterization. Professor DeJong has given several keynote lectures at national and international conferences and is the lead author of several pioneering publications on biogeotechnics. His work has been funded through more than $5M in industry, state and federal grants, which led to over 100 peer-reviewed publications and the training of more than 40 graduate students.

Leon van Paassen, Ph.D. Thrust leader for Environmental Protection and Ecological Restoration (Thrust 2)

Leon van Paassen is Associate Professor at Arizona State University (ASU) and Senior Investigator at the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Centre for Bio-mediated and Bio-inspired Geotechnics (CBBG). He has more than 15 years research experience and expertise in the biological, chemical, and geotechnical characterization of soils and biochemical reactive transport and multiphase flow in porous media. Past and current research projects include, bio-based ground improvement through microbially induced carbonate precipitation, liquefaction mitigation through desaturation by stimulating nitrate-reducing bacteria to produce nitrogen gas, using bio mineralization for dust suppression, bio-mediated iron precipitation for permeability reduction and mangrove inspired scour protection for submerged foundation systems. His affiliation to CBBG and collaboration with industrial partners allowed him to develop and transfer several of these technologies from a proof-of-concept in the laboratory to field scale demonstration projects for a variety of geotechnical and geo-environmental engineering applications. He teaches courses on Geotechnical Engineering, Engineering Geology, Bio-based Geotechnical Engineering and Advanced Geotechnical Testing. Since May 2020 he acts as Co-Principal Investigator for CBBG at ASU and leads the research thrust on Environmental Protection and Restoration, which includes projects on restoring surface crusts of disturbed soil sites, groundwater remediation of chlorinated solvents or heavy metals, nutrient removal from surface water and the development of microbial enhanced permeable reactive barriers. His mission is to integrate the fields of environmental biotechnology and geotechnical engineering, aiming to develop sustainable solutions, which improve resource efficiency and reduce the environmental impact of civil and mining engineering industry.

Paola Bandini, Ph.D., P.E. Thrust leader for Infrastructure Construction (Thrust 3)

Paola Bandini is an Associate Professor of Civil Engineering at NMSU. She has 12 years of geotechnical engineering research and teaching experience. Her research has focused on the application of experimental and numerical methods to geomechanics. Her current research interests include determination of engineering properties of desert and diatom-containing soils, erosion control measures for transportation structures, sustainable use of materials in civil engineering (foam glass, waste tires, adobe), and modeling and evaluation of pavement performance. As a PI, she has managed $2.2 million in grants and contracts from state agencies and private industry. She leads the “Modeling for the Design, Construction, and Management of Geosystems” Committee of the Transportation Research Board (TRB).

frost-davidJ. David Frost, Ph.D., P.E.  Thrust Leader for Cross-Cutting Projects (Thrust 4)

David Frost is a Professor of Civil Engineering at Georgia Tech. Prior to entering academia, he worked in industry in Ireland and Canada on infrastructure and natural resource related projects. A core focus throughout his career has been the study of natural and man-made systems and materials. His research is centered on the application and development of digital technologies for studying subsurface problems at multiple scales and he has received two U.S. patents for multi-sensor subsurface systems. He has graduated more than 30 PhD students, 40% of whom have gone on to academic positions. He has served on or led post-disaster study teams following disasters in the US, Turkey, India, China, Chile and Japan and is a founding member and co-chair of the Geotechnical Extreme Events Reconnaissance (GEER) Association. He has organized numerous workshops and conferences on the applications of spatial analysis and image processing techniques to study the response of geomaterial systems under various loading conditions. He is a registered professional engineer in the US and Canada.

delia_saenzDelia Saenz, Ph.D. Diversity Director

Delia Saenz is Associate Professor of Psychology and Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education at Arizona State University. Her doctorate, in Social Psychology, was awarded from Princeton University in 1987. She served previously as an assistant professor of Psychology at the University of Notre Dame before moving to ASU. Dr. Saenz is also a Research Professor in the ASU Hispanic Research Center, and during her tenure at ASU, she has served administratively as Director of the Graduate Program in Social Psychology, interim Associate Dean of the Graduate College, and Director of the Intergroup Relations Center. Dr. Saenz is a Fellow of the Western Psychological Association, and has served as Representative at Large and Program Chair for WPA. She is also a member of the editorial board for Small Group Research.

Photo of Jennifer ChandlerJennifer Chandler, Ph.D. Assistant Director for Diversity and Leadership

Jennifer Chandler is a Lecturer in the Leadership and Integrative Studies Unit in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts at Arizona State University.  Her expertise is in project management and in examining dominant social norms within leadership contexts. Her research interests focus on effective strategies and techniques for recognizing and disrupting dominant norms that perpetuate the systemic and structural marginalization of groups of people. Dr. Chandler has served in the CBBG IDEA Working Group since 2015.  She developed the CBBG Mentor Guide and leads the mentoring training.  Prior to pursuing her graduate degree, Dr. Chandler served over 20 years as a project and program manager for information technology projects undertaken by large multinational corporations and federal agencies.

Nasser Hamdan PhotoNasser Hamdan, Ph.D. CBBG Industry Collaboration and Innovation Director

Nasser Hamdan is the CBBG Industrial Collaboration and Innovation Director and an Assistant Research Professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment Arizona State University (ASU). In 2009, he returned to ASU to pursue his graduate studies after 10 years as a small business owner and operator. Upon receiving his PhD in biogeotechnics, he worked as a geoenvironmental engineer for a leading global engineering/architecture design firm. Hamdan is also a Senior Investigator in CBBG and has extensive experience coordinating projects that involve integration of multiple disciplines, including geochemistry and microbiology and industry/academia collaboration. He has experience identifying project partnership opportunities and has developed project collaborations with the industry and procured funding for those projects. He is a co-inventor on five U.S. patents for soil stabilization technologies that have applications in geotechnical engineering and environmental engineering. Hamdan has expertise in biogeotechnics with a focus on biogeochemistry. He works on projects for remediation of mining-and agriculturally- impacted waters and soils and on ground improvement projects. He is engaged in projects involving induced mineral precipitation, biological transformations, applied biopolymers, and the beneficial reuse of organic and inorganic waste materials such as plant biomass, urine and steel slag.

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larson-picture-cbbgJean Larson, Ph.D. Education Director

Jean Larson, Ph.D., is an Assistant Research Professor in both the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment and the Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation at Arizona State University. She has a Ph.D. in Educational Technology, postgraduate training in Computer Systems Engineering, and many years of experience teaching and developing curriculum in various learning environments. She has taught technology integration and teacher training to undergraduate and graduate students at Arizona State University, students at the K-12 level locally and abroad, and various workshops and modules in business and industry. Dr. Larson is experienced in the application of instructional design, delivery, evaluation, and specializes in eLearning technologies for training and development. Her research focuses on the efficient and effective transfer of knowledge and learning techniques, innovative and interdisciplinary collaboration, and strengthening the bridge between K-12 learning and higher education in terms of engineering content.

Charlotte Bowens Administrative Director

Charlotte Bowens, Administrative Director, started at CBBG in July 2020 and brings years of sponsored research administration experience, including grant and financial management, human resources oversight, proposal and budget development, operational support, and strategic planning. Prior to joining CBBG, she was the Research Advancement Manager for the School of Life Sciences at Arizona State University. During her tenure at the University of Michigan she served as the Administrator for the Automotive Research Center and the Senior Research Process Manager for the College of Pharmacy.  Her entrepreneurial endeavors include providing financial, marketing and strategic planning consulting services to tech startups, food entrepreneurs and various emerging small to mid-sized businesses.

Leah Folkstad

Education Coordinator



Michael Edgar

CBBG Student Leadership Council President

Michael Edgar is the President of the CBBG Student Leadership Council. He joined the CBBG in June 2018 working as an undergraduate research assistant using recycled / waste materials to remove nutrients from impacted waters. He continued with the CBBG as a graduate research assistant pursuing a PhD in Environmental Engineering, with research focused on combined physical/biological water treatment processes. Michael has engaged with the CBBG student leadership council as Vice President, Cross-disciplinary lead, and outreach coordinator since Fall 2018.

Mary Bankhead, M.A., M.S. Project Coordinator

Mary L. Bankhead joined the CBBG Team in February 2019 as the Project Coordinator/Fiscal Specialist. As the CBBG Project Coordinator, she is responsible for managing day-to-day center operations, assisting with budget oversight and transactions, and supporting all Center team members. With her Master of Arts in Counseling (Northern Arizona University) and Master of Science (Eastern Illinois University), she brings with her over fifteen years of Higher Education Administration experience including Student Affairs, Facilities, Operations, and Finance Management. Prior to joining CBBG, she served in fiscal management and operations roles with Arizona State University and training and facilitation roles with Thunderbird School of Global Management.


 CBBG Faculty, Staff and StudentsRoleDepartmentResearch ProjectInstitutional Affiliation
Rachel AdamUndergraduatePhysical Sciences: GeologySustainability EICP Root Inspired FoundationsASU
Colleen AdamsUndergraduateEngineeringUniversity of New Haven
Benjamin AgboResearch Assistant (Master’s)EngineeringASU
Matthew AguayoDoctoral StudenEngineeringASU
Umaima Al AqtashFacultyEngineeringNMSU
Jason AlcantarUndergraduate, SLCCivil EngineeringInfrastructure ConstructionNMSU
Seyed Ali AlealiDoctoral Student, SLCCivil EngineeringInfrastructure ConstructionNMSU
Richard AllenIndustry ResearcherSalt River Landfill
Megan AltizerDoctoral Student, SLCSchool of Sustainable Engineering and the Built EnvironmentEnvironmental Protection and RemediationASU
Alexandria ArdenteUndergraduateASU
Chloe ArsonJunior FacultyCivil EngineeringGT
Martina AshleyTeacher (K-12)Sacaton Middle School
Daniel AukesJunior FacultyMechanical Engineering Robotics, Design, ManufacturingASU
Hosain BagheriDoctoral StudentEngineeringASU
Mayank BagthariaMaster’s StudentCivil EngineeringASU
Wendy BarnardFacultyInstitute for the Science of Teaching and LearningInnovation, Diversity, and Education ActivitiesASU
Dipanjan BasuAssociate ProfessorCivil EngineeringUniversity of Waterloo
Leslie BautistaUndergraduateEngineeringGlendale Community College
David BeardenIndustry ResearcherSalt River Project
Julie Bethany RakesUndergraduateBiological/Life Sciences – MicrobiologyASU
Tanner BlackburnIndustry ResearcherFreeport-McMoRan
Rod Borela ValentaGraduate Research AssistantCivil EngineeringGeorgia Tech
Ross BoulangerSenior FacultyCivil EngineeringUC Davis
Treavor Boyer Associate Professor and Program Chair of Environmental EngineeringEnvironmental EngineeringASU

Paul BrewerPostdocBiological/Life Sciences – EcologyASU
Photo of Colleen BronnerColleen BronnerFacultyCivil and Environmental EngineeringInnovation, Diversity, and Education ActivitiesUCD
Brittany BullardUndergraduateCivil EngineeringUT Tyler
Susan BurnsJunior FacultyCivil EngineeringGeorgia Tech
Matthew BurrallDoctoral StudentCivil and Environmental Engineering UCD
Hinsby Cadillo-QuirozJunior FacultyBiological/Life Sciences – MicrobiologyASU
Trevor CareyPostdocCivil EngineeringUC Davis
Ethan CargillIndustry ResearcherConetec, Inc.
Laurie CaslakeSenior FacultyCell and Molecular BiologyLafayette College
Deborah ChadwickSenior FacultyASU Center for Indian EducationASU
Yuyuan ChenDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringUC Davis
Robin Cheng NgUndergraduate StudentCivil EngineeringASU
Ildefonso CisnerosMaster’s StudentCivil EngineeringNMSU
Kristina CoppingerUndergraduate StudentASU
Douglas CortesFaculty Department of Civil EngineeringEngineered thermo-active geomaterialsNMSU (MSI, HHE)
Christina CrawfordUndergraduate StudentRice University
Scott CurrierTeacher (K-12)Deer Valley Unified School District
Katie CurrierUndergraduateEnvironmental EngineeringASU
Sheng DaiFacultyCivil and Environmental EngineeringResource DevelopmentGeorgia Tech
Eduardo DavilaDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringNew Mexico State University
Anca DelgadoAssistant Professor (Junior Faculty)Environmental EngineeringASU
Bozhi Dennis DengPostdocCivil EngineeringGeorgia Tech
Michael EdgarDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringASU
Farideh EhsasiDoctoral StudentASU
Maya El KortbawiDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringUC Davis
Andrew EnnsMaster’s StudentEngineeringASU
Eric EscotoDoctoral Student
Physical Sciences, Geological Sciences
Wilson EspinozaDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringGeorgia Tech
Aisha FaruqiDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringUC Davis
Ashley FaussRETSonoran Trails Middle School
Marc Fontánez OrtizMaster’s StudentMicrobiologyASU
Emily FordDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringASU
Michael GangoneAssistant ProfessorCivil EngineeringUT Tyler
Yunqi GaoVisiting ScholarEngineeringASU
Judit GarciaGraduate Research StudentCivil EngineeringNMSU
Ferran Garcia-PichelFacultySchool of Life SciencesMicrobial ecosystemsASU
Peter GoguenResearch StaffASU
Daniel Goldman FacultyPhysicsBiological locomotionGeorgia Tech
Mike GomezDoctoral Student, Leadership Team Civil and Environmental EngineeringInnovation, Diversity, and Education ActivitiesUCD
Luis Gonzalez de SalcedaDoctoral StudentMicrobiologyASU
Charles GraddyDoctoral StudentMicrobiology and Molecular GeneticsUCD
Caitlyn HallDoctoral StudentSchool of Sustainable Engineering and the Built EnvironmentASU
Abeer HamdanFacultySchool of Geographical Sciences and Urban PlanningEducation and OutreachASU
Frank HammondAssistant ProfessorMechanical and Biomedical EngineeringGeorgia Tech
Lei HangVisiting ScholarASU
Shane HansenIndustry ResearcherFreeport-McMoRan
Elise HarmonUndergraduateCivil EngineeringASU
Shaivan Hirebelaguly ShivaprakashMaster’s StudentEngineeringGeorgia Tech
Khem HoldenUndergraduate StudentEngineeringASU
Kevin HollingsheadJunior FacultyASU
Daniel HoodTeacher (K-12)Mesa Public Schools
Tory HowellsUndergraduate Research AssistantCivil EngineeringNMSU
Lin HuangMaster’s StudentCivil EngineeringUC Davis
Sichuan HuangGraduate Research Assistant, Doctoral StudentCivil EngineeringASU
Zachary HubbardMaster’s StudentCivil EngineeringASU
Christopher HuntIndustry ResearcherCivil EngineeringGeosyntec Consultants
Olivia HuntGraduate Student Researcher (Master’s Student)Civil EngineeringUC Davis
John HuntoonGraduate StudentEngineeringGeorgia Tech
Salvador IbarraUndergraduate Research AssistantEngineering: Electrical, Electronics, CommunicationsNMSU
Neda JavadiDoctoral StudentBiological/Life Sciences: Biological ServicesASU
Alyssa JeffreyIndustry ResearcherAllied Waste Transportation Inc./Republic Services
Boyoung JeongDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringGeorgia Tech
Sahil KanawadeMaster’s StudentASU
Alissa KendallFacultyCivil and Environmental Engineering Cross-CuttingUCD
Hamed Khodadadi TirkolaeiPostdocSchool of Sustainable Engineering and the Built EnvironmentASU
Rosa Krajmalnik-BrownFaculty, co-PISchool of Sustainable Engineering and the Built EnvironmentEnvironmental Protection and RestorationASU
Ishani KulasekaraGraduate Research Assistant (Doctoral Student) EngineeringNMSU
Zachary KushlanIndustry ResearcherSalt River Landfill
Tae-Hyuk KwonVisiting FacultyKorea Advances Institute of Science and Technology
Jeffrey LadderudIndustry ResearcherFreeport-McMoRan
Vinay LakshminarayananDoctoral StudentASU
Olivia Lansing SpencerTeacher (K-12)Mesa Public Schools
Junghwoon LeeDoctoral StudentCivil and Environmental Engineering Georgia Tech
Minyong LeeDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringUniversity of Washington
Xiwei LiDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringASU
Dongting LiDoctoral StudentEngineeringASU
Jiaojun LiuDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringGeorgia Tech
Brianne LoyaRETMaricopa Institute of Technology
Regina MarquezUndergraduate Research AssistantChemical EngineeringNMSU
Travis MartinRETPhysical SciencesBellwood-Antis Middle School
Kimberly MartinUndergraduate School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built EnvironmentASU
Brian MartinezIndustry ResearcherCivil EngineeringGeosyntec Consultants
Alejandro MartinezAssistant ProfessorCivil EngineeringUCD
Oswaldo Marvez SarquisMaster’s StudentCivil EngineeringNMSU
Hamid MarviAssistant ProfessorMechanical EngineeringASU
Michael McGinnisInterim Dean and Associate ProfessorCivil EngineeringUniversity of Texas Tyler
Jasmine MillerMaster’s StudentEngineeringUC Davis
Evelyn MirandaDoctoral StudentEnvironmental Engineering
Srivatsan Mohana RanganDoctoral StudentEnvironmental EngineeringASU
Justin MorenoUndergraduate StudentMechanical EngineeringUC Davis
Sooraj NairGraduate Research AssistantCivil EngineeringASU
Ana Pamela NateraMaster’s StudentChemical EngineeringNMSU
Saeedeh NaziriGraduate Research AssistantEngineeringNMSU
Narayanan NeithalathFacultySchool of Sustainable Engineering & the Built EnvironmentCementitious materials, systems infrastructureASU
Corey NelsonDoctoral StudentMicrobiologyASU
Douglas NelsonFacultyMicrobiologyMicrobiologyUCD
Craig NewtsonFacultyDepartment of Civil EngineeringConcrete materials, durability and sustainabilityNMSU (MSI, HHE)
Jeremy NezUndergraduateGeneral EngineeringASU
Damon NguyenUndergraduate StudentCivil EngineeringUCD
Anderson NyagaUndergraduate Civil EngineeringASU
Megan O’DonnellStaffMary Lou Fulton Teachers CollegeASU
Kyle OharaDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringUC Davis
Kayla OglesbyRETGeorgia Cyber Academy
John OnyangoAssociate ProfessorArchitecture/Environmental DesignUniversity of Notre Dame
Rashidatu OssaiDoctoral Student, OutreachCivil EngineeringInfrastructure Construction; Innovation, Diversity, and Education ActivitiesNMSU
Charalambos PapelisFacultyDepartment of Civil EngineeringLow temperature aqueous and surface geochemistryNMSU (MSI, HHE)
Fernando PatinoDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringGeorgia Tech
rayana pearsonRayanna PearsonUndergraduateCivil EngineeringASU
Jasqueline PenaSenior FacultyEnvironmental EngineeringUC Davis
Alia RaderstorfMaster’s StudentEnvironmental EngineeringASU
Richard RamosTeacher (K-12)Estrella Vista STEM Academy
Alena RaymondMaster’s StudentCivil EngineeringUC Davis
Jeffrey Kyle ReepUndergraduateEnvironmental EngineeringASU
Mark ReynoldsDoctoral StudentMicrobiologyASU
Delaney RicklesUndergraduate StudentCivil EngineeringGeorgia Tech
Cyrena RidgewayUndergraduate Research AssistantCivil EngineeringNMSU
Bruce RittmannFacultySwette Center for Environmental BiotechnologyASU
Valentina RiveraUndergraduate StudentASU
Lucas RiveraUndergraduate Research AssistantCivil Engineering NMSU
Aide RoblesDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringASU
Mary Roth Senior FacultyCivil EngineeringLafayette College
Nimisha RoyDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringGeorgia Tech
Leonard SantistebanIndustry ResearcherEcologyFreeport-McMoRan
Wilhelmina SavenyeSenior FacultyEducationASU
Kimberly ScottSenior FacultyEducationASU CGEST
Harnary SengTeacher (K-12)
Mark ShepardIndustry ResearcherEnvironmental EngineeringAllied Waste Transportation Inc./Republic Services
Collin SheppardYoung ScholarPaul Duke STEM High School
Addison ShermanUndergraduateEngineeringASU
Everett ShockFacultySchool of Earth and Space ExplorationGeochemical and microbial processesASU
Oniya SilasUndergraduateEducationASU
Justin SkinnerDoctoral StudentEnvironmental EngineeringASU
Cedric SmithREUCivil EngineeringASU
Christine SpencerVisiting Scholar to ASU, Doctoral StudentEngineeringSelf-healing geomaterialsCardiff University
Elizabeth Stallings YoungDoctoral StudentSchool of Sustainable Engineering and the Built EnvironmentASU
Tracy SwiftRETEducationMartin Luther King Jr High School
Seth TalkingtonStudent Research Assistant (Undergraduate)Civil EngineeringUC Davis
Shirly TamStaff, UndergraduateIndustrial DesignASU
Yong TangGraduate Research AssociateCivil EngineeringASU
Julian TaoAssociate ProfessorCivil EngineeringASU
Juanita ThomasRETCloves C. Campbell Senior Elementary School
Jeffrey TolerUndergraduate StudentCivil EngineeringGeorgia Tech
Cesar TorresFacultySchool for Engineering of Matter, Transport, and EnergyMicrobial kinetics, biofilmsASU
Brandon TrotterRETSouthwest Elementary School
Sajjad Vaseghi-MaghvanDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringASU
Zachary VenableIndustry ResearcherAllied Waste Transportation Inc./Republic Services
Abigail Ventura AcevedoUndergraduate StudentCivil EngineeringNMSU
Cino ViggianiSenior FacultyComputer/Systems EngineeringUniversity of Grenoble Alpes
Enrique VivoniFacultySchool of Earth and Space ExplorationLand surface ecohydrological processesASU
Brad WeldonFacultyDepartment of Civil EngineeringStructural systems and materialsNMSU (MSI, HHE)
Paige WheelerProgram Specialist NMSU

Dan Wilson
Dan WilsonFacultyPlant BiologyUCD
Xenia WirthVisiting FacultyCivil Engineering, Geophysical EngineeringUC Fullerton
Chung Tin WongUndergraduate StudentCivil EngineeringASU
Karrie WoodSenior FacultyGeologyGlendale Community College
Miriam WoolleyDoctoral StudentSchool of Sustainable Engineering and the Built EnvironmentASU
Karie YamamotoDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringGeorgia Tech
Valerie YanezMaster’s StudentEngineeringUC Davis
Theodora YellowmanUndergraduateCivil EngineeringASU
Peter ZelkowskiGraduate Research Assistant (Master's Student)Civil EngineeringAdobeNMSU
Chen ZengDoctoral Student (Visiting Scholar)EngineeringHuazhong University of Science and Technology
Yanyan ZhangAssistant ProfessorCivil EngineeringASU
Yumeng ZhaoGraduate Research Assistant (Doctoral Student)EngineeringGeorgia Tech
Zhen ZhaoDoctoral StudentCivil EngineeringASU
Yi ZhongGraduate Research StudentCivil EngineeringASU
Katerina ZiotopoulouAssistant ProfessorCivil EngineeringUC Davis