Galloway named a 2018 Top 25 Newsmaker

Galloway named a 2018 Top 25 Newsmaker

Galloway named a 2018 Top 25 Newsmaker

Galloway (right), in one of his many roles, joins fellow engineers at Folsom Dam in California in 2015 to study dam stability in mountainous areas. Photo courtesy: Gerry Galloway
Galloway (right), in one of his many roles, joins fellow engineers at Folsom Dam in California in 2015 to study dam stability in mountainous areas. Photo courtesy: Gerry Galloway

Gerry Galloway was named a Top 25 Newsmaker of 2018 by Engineering News-Record for his leadership in water and floodplain management, and on a report released in November about urban flooding.

Galloway is a research professor and Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of Engineering in the Clark School’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. He is also an affiliate of the Clark School's Center for Disaster Resilience.

Read the full story here.

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January 14, 2019


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