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My teaching philosophy strives to balance fundamental theories with actual practices, concepts with applications, and traditional approaches with modern computational tools.


Graduate Courses

CE5660. Advanced Soil and Rock Slope Engineering
Engineering and geologic classification of landslides; field investigations; soil and rock strength properties for stability analysis; analytical and numerical methods for analysis of slope stability; design of engineered stabilization systems.

CE5610. Advanced Foundation Engineering
Advanced site characterization and soil properties. Includes bearing capacity, stress distribution, settlement. Design and construction control of shallow and deep foundations.


Undergraduate Courses

CE/ARE2000: VISTA Studio II
Students work on a real-world project throughout the semester. Professional topics introduced include project management, engineering economic analysis methods, project estimating, professional ethics, and professional leadership.

CE3600. Soil Mechanics I
A study of soil and the properties which influence its usefulness as an engineering material. Principles governing movement of soil, water and propagation of stresses through soil masses are studied.

CE4610. Foundation Engineering
Site characterization and soil properties. Includes bearing capacity, stress distribution, settlement. Design of shallow and deep foundations.

CE4620. Soil and Rock Slope Engineering
Covers the topic of engineered slopes for civil infrastructure. Topics include engineering and geologic classification of landslides; field investigations; soil and rock strength properties for stability analysis; analytical and numerical methods for analysis of slope stability; design of engineered stabilization systems.

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Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management

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Dept. 3295

1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307)766-2390

Email: cae.info@uwyo.edu

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