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The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering is grateful to its alumni and friends for their support of scholarships that are available to students. A complete listing of all endowed scholarships in the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources can be found at WVU Foundation Scholarship Search.
The West Virginia Academy of Civil Engineers
The Academy of Civil Engineers was founded April 29, 2005, by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering with the approval of the dean of the College of Engineering and Mineral Resources, along with the president of West Virginia University, to recognize those graduates who have had distinguished professional careers or who have been of outstanding service to the state of West Virginia.
The charter members are:
- Samuel G. Bonasso
- Kenneth M. Dunn
- Duane Scott Ellifritt
- Harry Gidley
- Robert G. McCall
- Charles L. Miller
- Robert O. Orders, Sr.
- William S. Staub
- Henry A. Thrasher
- William C. Turman
- Fred Vankirk
In appreciation of the honor bestowed individually and collectively, the Academy of Civil Engineers will be perpetuated:
- To strengthen the dedication of students to civil engineering and West Virginia University through personal and professional example
- To recognize those graduates of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and others who bring honor to civil engineering as practitioners and as citizens
- To provide advisory guidance and counsel as requested by the Department chairman
- To encourage personal, corporate, foundation and government gifts and grants of money, equipment and facilities to the University for the benefit of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering Visiting Committee
- Joseph F. Dunn, retired
- Lewis G. Grimm, Cambridge Systematics
- William J. Harman, Harman Construction, Inc.
- Chris Hendrickson, Department of Civil Environmental Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
- Jack L. Justice, Federal Highway Administration
- Christine S. Mayernik, Michael Baker, Jr., Inc.
- John H. Offenberger, Palmer Engineering
- Mark Sikora, HDR Engineering, Inc.
- Carol Stevens, CAS Structural Engineering
- Woody Thrasher, Thrasher Engineering
- Fred VanKirk, West Virginia Division of Highways
- Gene R. Weekly, HNTB Corporation
- Steve Wilson, Baker Corporation