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Teaching geosynthetics

Q&A: GMA Techline | October 1, 2008 | By:

Subject: Teaching geosynthetics— I am wondering if you have a list of universities that teach at least one full-time course in geosynthetics.

Thank you. (Craig, Pennsylvania)

Reply: You have come to the right place!

As the author of the only textbook on geosynthetics, I know from book orders which universities are teaching [geosynthetics] courses. Following is the list for more than 10 textbooks/order:

Auburn, Arkansas-Fayetteville, Cal State-Sacramento, Colorado-Boulder, Florida A&M, South Florida, Kansas State, U.Mass-Lowell, Morgan State, Missouri-Rolla, North Carolina State, North Dakota State, UNC-Charlotte, Nevada-Reno, Columbia, RPI, Portland State, Drexel, Lehigh, Rhode Island, South Dakota State, Texas-Arlington, Texas-Austin, and Vermont.

I do not know how frequently they offer the courses. Drexel offers its [courses] during the entire school year, in the form of three consecutive quarter courses.

Bob Koerner | GMA Techline

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