Aug 31, 2017
is the Mike N. Dooley, P.E. Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering at LSU where, for the past 19 years, he has been teaching and conducting
research primarily in water resources and environmental engineering. Clint obtained his B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from Penn State University and
then was commissioned an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps. After serving for almost seven years, Clint enrolled at the University of Texas at Austin
where he earned a M.S. in Environmental Engineering and a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering. Prior to coming to LSU, he spent two years as a postdoctoral
research associate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Over the past several years, Clint has served as the Director of the Engineering
Design and Innovation Program at the Water Institute of the Gulf, President of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Baton Rouge Branch and as the
Chair of the Changing Course Technical Team. He is currently Director of the CPRA-funded LSU Center for River Studies, a new research and education
facility that is located on the Baton Rouge Water Campus.
Jun 04, 2017
eRotaryCoastal.org weclomes Mat Sanders, resilience program and policy
administrator for the State of Louisiana’s Office of Community Development (OCD). The state has
received a $92.6M award in conjunction with the HUD-funded National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC), including a $40M award to support its resilience
policy framework, Louisiana’s Strategic Adaptations for Future Environments (LA SAFE), and a $48.3M award to resettle the Isle de Jean Charles community
in Terrebonne Parish. Mathew was the state’s project team lead for the NDRC application and currently leads the development of the two awarded projects.
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