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Faculty

Katherine Schlef

Assistant Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Education:
M.S., Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Amherst
B.S., Harvey Mudd College
INTERESTS

Why does Massachusetts have drought restrictions? Ever wonder what happens in the atmosphere during an extreme flood? How might flood magnitude change under a changing climate? How do we manage our water resources? These are the types of questions I like to answer, using state-wide, national, or even global data sets, and employing a variety of statistical and process-based modeling techniques. To find out more, check out my research website.
https://sites.google.com/view/waterresearchgroupwne

COURSES TAUGHT

(Water Related Courses) CEE 324 Groundwater Engineering, CEE 461 Water Resources Engineering, CEE 490 Engineering Resilience: Focus on Water Resources

(Core Engineering Courses) ENGR 105 Computer Programming for Engineers, CEE 361 Fluid Mechanics

(Petroleum Courses) CEE 411 Petroleum Fluids and Reservoir Engineering, CEE 412 Petrophysics and Reservoir Geomechanics