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IIHR Advisory Board

Group photo of about 15 men and women taken in front of the Stanley Hydraulics Lab.

Members of the IIHR Advisory Board met on the University of Iowa campus in October 2017.

The IIHR Advisory Board affords a medium through which the IIHR director and staff can obtain advice and counsel concerning their programs and plans, both short- and long-term, from interested persons in touch with the world of engineering education, research, and practice. The board provides a select audience for reports of IIHR’s activities and accomplishments, and helps IIHR design and execute its programs in an effective manner. The board gives advice on opportunities and effective strategies for generating private and public financial support of IIHR programs. IIHR Advisory Board members generally serve a five-year term.

Advisory Board Members

Dr. Scott C. Hagen (2014–18)

Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering / Center for Computation & Technology
Louisiana State University

Dr. Catherine Kling (2017–21)

Charles F. Curtiss Distinguished Professor in Agriculture and Life Sciences and Director of the Center for Agriculture and Rural Development
Iowa State University

Dr. Thad Michael (2016–20)

U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division

Dr. Pedro Restrepo (2016–20)

National Weather Service/NOAA (Retired)

Dr. Paul Shang (2016–2020)

         Acting Technical Director
         U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division

Brennan Smith (2015–19)

Energy-Water Resource Systems Group
        Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Dr. Jinn-Chuang Yang (2014–18)

Director, Disaster Prevention & Water Environment Research Center
National Chiao Tung University

Ex Officio Members:

Dr. Alec Scranton

College of Engineering, University of Iowa

Dr. Gabriele Villarini

IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering, University of Iowa

Ms. Carmen Langel

Director of Development and Communications
IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering, University of Iowa
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