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Dr. Harvey Gullicks, P.E.
Chair and Associate Professor
UND Civil Engineering
Upson II Room 260A
243 Centennial Drive Stop 8115
Grand Forks, ND 58202-8115
PH: (701) 777-3779
FAX: (701) 777-3782
Areas of Interest: Environmental Engineering
Joined the Civil Engineering Department: August 1993
1. Educational Background
Ph.D. Civil Engineering, Iowa State University, May, 1987.
M.Eng. Civil Engineering, University of North Dakota, August, 1979.
B.S. Civil Engineering, University of North Dakota, May, 1976.
2. Professional Experience
Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, Univ. of North Dakota, 8/1993–Present.
Tenured Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, Univ. of North Dakota, 8/1999–Present.
3. Other Related Experience
Senior Environmental Engineer, Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc., Grand Forks, ND, 9/1993–Present.
Responsibilities: Planning, report preparation, design, troubleshooting, critical review, and expert witness testimony related to water and wastewater projects. Part-time to full-time during summers and part-time during academic year (as schedules permit).
4. Consulting, patents, etc.
Pro-bono consulting and numerous funded graduate student research projects for the GFWTP and GFWWTP related to unit treatment processes and water reuse, 1993–Present.
Current funded research is for Aerobic Digestion of WAS at the GFWWTP.
Pro-bono graduate student research for City of Grand Forks related to Landfill Gas capture and utilization at the existing landfill, 2008.
UniField Engineering, Billings, MT, consulting, 1989–1993.
Veenstra & Kimm, Inc., West Des Moines, IA, consulting, 1987–1989.
Iowa State University, Ames, IA, consulting for New Wastewater Treatment Plant, City of Ames, IA (Awarded Official Proclamation of Commendation by City Council for Contributions to Design of the $32,000,000 facility that resulted in savings of $1,000,000) 1986.
STS, Ltd, Plymouth, MN, consulting, 1979–1983.
5. Professional Registration
Licensed Professional Engineer, States of Minnesota (1981), Montana (1991), North Dakota (1996).
6. Principle Publications of Last Five Years
Gullicks, H.A., September 2008 revision, “Bar Graph Method Water Softening Chemistry for Operators and the Practicing Engineer (a.k.a. Chemistry for Those with Dusty Books), 1st edition 2001.
Gullicks, H.A., October 8-10, 2008, “Chemical Softening Basics: The Bar Graph Method,” Proceedings of the North Dakota Water and Pollution Control Conference, Bismarck, ND.
Gulllicks, H.A., April 27-29, 2004, “ Physical Optimization and Trouble Shooting for Rapid Sand Gravity Filters,” Proceedings of the Surface Water Treatment Workshop, sponsored by Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota Sections of the AWWA.
7. Scientific and Professional Societies
Member American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), held offices of President, Vice President, Secretary-Treasurer, chaired variety of committees for North Dakota Section of ASCE for various years of service, was UND student chapter advisor from 1993–2004, and was the UND student chapter practitioner advisor (1993–2008).
Member of American Water Works Association (AWWA), served on North Dakota Section 2009 strategic planning committee and currently serve as UND AWWA/WEA student chapter advisor (1993–Present).
Member of Water Environment Federation (WEF) (1993-2004 and 2009–Present).
Member of NSPE and NDSPE, serving as 2008-2009 Vice President of NDSPE Chapter 1 and member of the Education and Awards committees for various years (1993–Present.)
Member of Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) (1993–Present.)
8. Honors and Awards
2009 Nominated for UND Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award.
2008 Nominated for UND Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award.
2007-2008 Recognized as one of the Favorite UND Professors by residents of Brannon Hall.
2008 Recognized by UND student veteran of Iraq War for Support of Mission and Comrades.
2007 Anonymous nomination to search committee for Chair of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at South Dakota State University.
2007 Outstanding Teaching Award for UND SEM.
2003-2004 Mentor for Civil Engineering students in CSEM Scholars Program.
1994 Outstanding Student Organization Advisor, ASCE, UND.
9. Institutional/Professional Service Last Five Years
SEM Strategic Planning Committee, 2008-Present.
DEDP Coordinator and DEDP Academic Advisor for Civil Engineering Department, 1999–Present.
SEM Environmental Engineering Graduate Program Committee, 2002–Present.
SEM Ph.D. Program Committee, 2000–Present.
UND Radiation Safety and Hazardous Materials Committee, 1995–Present.
UND Sick Leave Task Force, 2008–Present.
Advisor for approximately 8 CIEN Department Master of Engineering students.
Service on numerous (~18) Master of Science Committees: Chemical, Geological, and Environmental Engineering.
CIEN Department ABET Accreditation and Curriculum Committees.
10. Time Percentages: (Teaching, Research, Service, Civil Engineering Program)
80%, 10%, 10%, 100%.