Engineering a Better World

Working as an engineer in the upcoming decades, you will have the chance to play a critical role in making the world a better place. In fact, students at Michigan Tech are getting a head start—by helping to facilitate sustainable development, appropriate technology, beneficial infrastructure, and social change—while they are still in school.

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Amlan Mukherjee

Amlan Mukherjee

PhD, University of Washington

Contact

906-487-1952
amlan@mtu.edu

Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Dr.Mukherjee's interests are in the areas of Construction Management and Transportation Infrastructure Management Systems. He is currently teaching a course in Construction Estimation, Planning and Control. His research interests lie in developing interactive and adaptive process simulation platforms that can be used as decision making aids, in training decision makers and . . .

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George R. Dewey

George R. Dewey

PhD, University of Kansas, 1990

Contact

906-487-2522
gdewey@mtu.edu

Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Dr. Dewey's teaching interests include civil engineering materials, statics, structural analysis, steel design, and senior design.  His many years of experience advising the Transportation Enterprise has given him a strong appreciation of value of team-based experiential learning.  His current interests in curriculum development include partial "flipping" of the classroom to . . .

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Paul V. Doskey

Paul V. Doskey

PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Contact

906-487-2745
pvdoskey@mtu.edu

Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Dr. Doskey teaches in the area of environmental chemistry, specializing in atmospheric organic chemistry and atmosphere-biosphere exchange. His major research interests are in environmental chemodynamics and biogeochemistry. The goals of Dr. Doskey’s research are (1) to advance mechanistic understanding of the biogeochemical processing of synthetic organic chemicals, climate-forcing gases, and . . .

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