Civil and Environmental Engineering
Shannon Bartelt-Hunt, Ph.D., P.E.Title: Donald R. Voelte, Jr. and Nancy A. Keegan Chair of Engineering
Dr. Bartelt-Hunt’s research connects water quality, agriculture and health, focusing on such areas as soil and water contamination, citizen science and water reuse. She and a team of researchers were awarded the Grand Prize for University Research by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers & Scientists. She has received national awards for teaching.
Bruce Dvorak, Ph.D., P.E.Title: Ray Fauss Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Dr. Dvorak’s research interests include environmental engineering, physical-chemical treatment processes, life cycle assessment and pollution prevention and environmental sustainability for industry. He has served on the boards of directors for the State of Nebraska Board of Engineers and Architects and the American Water Works Association.
Ronald Faller, Ph.D.Title: Willa Cather Research Professor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Nathan Huynh, Ph.D.Title: Keith W. Klaasmeyer Chair in Engineering
As director of the Nebraska Transportation Center, Dr. Huynh oversees the operations, infrastructure, research, and financials of the Center. His primary research areas are freight logistics, intermodal freight terminal design and operations, and smart cities. His secondary research areas are traffic safety, climate and sustainability, and transportation equity.
Daniel Linzell, Ph.D.Title: Leslie D. Martin Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Primary research focus areas for Dr. Linzell include infrastructure health monitoring, structural robustness, and bridge engineering using modeling and laboratory and field testing. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers and ASCE’s Structural Engineering Institute.