Appendix D

Biographical Sketches Committee to Review the Upper Mississippi River –Illinois Waterway Navigation System Feasibility Study

Lester Lave, Chair, (IOM) Harry B. and James H. Higgins Professor of Economics and University Professor, Carnegie Mellon University. Research interests include applied economics and public policy, safety goals for dams and other structures, quantitative risk assessment. Member, Science Advisory Board, U.S. EPA. Former president, Society for Risk Analysis. Ph.D., Harvard; B.A., Reed College.

Phillip Baumel, Professor of Economics and Charles F. Curtiss Distinguished Professor in agriculture, Iowa State University. Research interests are transportation and marketing of agricultural outputs and inputs and rural transportation problems. Ph.D., Iowa State University; M.S., B.S., Ohio State University.

Kenneth D. Boyer, Professor of Economics at Michigan State University. Author of Principles of Transportation Economics. Former Chair, American Economic Association's Transportation/Public Utilities Group; member, Midwestern Economic Association, Secretary/Treasurer of the Industrial Organization Society. Former member of TRB Committee on Public Policy for Surface Freight Transportation. Current member, TRB Committee on Truck Size and Weights. M.A., Ph.D, University of Michigan; B.A., Amherst College.

Michael S. Bronzini, Sidney O. Dewberry Chair in Civil, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering, George Mason University. Previously Director, Center for Transportation Analysis, Oak Ridge National Laboratories; Professor and Head of the Department of Civil Engineering, Pennsylvania State University; faculty member, University of Tennessee, Georgia Tech. Registered Professional Engineer. Former Chair, TRB Committee on Landside Access to Ports; former member, TRB Committee on Policy Options for Intermodal Freight Transportation. M.S., Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University; B.S., Stanford University.

Kenneth L. Casavant, Professor of Agricultural Economics, Washington State University. Research interests include transportation policy, agricultural marketing. Member. Board of Directors, Washington State Transportation-Policy Plan; American Agricultural Economics



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INLAND NAVIGATION SYSTEM PLANNING: The Upper Mississippi River—Illinois Waterway Appendix D Biographical Sketches Committee to Review the Upper Mississippi River –Illinois Waterway Navigation System Feasibility Study Lester Lave, Chair, (IOM) Harry B. and James H. Higgins Professor of Economics and University Professor, Carnegie Mellon University. Research interests include applied economics and public policy, safety goals for dams and other structures, quantitative risk assessment. Member, Science Advisory Board, U.S. EPA. Former president, Society for Risk Analysis. Ph.D., Harvard; B.A., Reed College. Phillip Baumel, Professor of Economics and Charles F. Curtiss Distinguished Professor in agriculture, Iowa State University. Research interests are transportation and marketing of agricultural outputs and inputs and rural transportation problems. Ph.D., Iowa State University; M.S., B.S., Ohio State University. Kenneth D. Boyer, Professor of Economics at Michigan State University. Author of Principles of Transportation Economics. Former Chair, American Economic Association's Transportation/Public Utilities Group; member, Midwestern Economic Association, Secretary/Treasurer of the Industrial Organization Society. Former member of TRB Committee on Public Policy for Surface Freight Transportation. Current member, TRB Committee on Truck Size and Weights. M.A., Ph.D, University of Michigan; B.A., Amherst College. Michael S. Bronzini, Sidney O. Dewberry Chair in Civil, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering, George Mason University. Previously Director, Center for Transportation Analysis, Oak Ridge National Laboratories; Professor and Head of the Department of Civil Engineering, Pennsylvania State University; faculty member, University of Tennessee, Georgia Tech. Registered Professional Engineer. Former Chair, TRB Committee on Landside Access to Ports; former member, TRB Committee on Policy Options for Intermodal Freight Transportation. M.S., Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University; B.S., Stanford University. Kenneth L. Casavant, Professor of Agricultural Economics, Washington State University. Research interests include transportation policy, agricultural marketing. Member. Board of Directors, Washington State Transportation-Policy Plan; American Agricultural Economics

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INLAND NAVIGATION SYSTEM PLANNING: The Upper Mississippi River—Illinois Waterway Association; Regional Science Association. Former member, Washington State Governor's Joint Natural Resources Cabinet, Pacific Northwest Power Planning Council. Ph.D., Washington State University; B.S., M.S., North Dakota State University. Bonnie G. Colby, Professor, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Arizona. Research interests include natural resource economics, public policy, and water allocation. Member, American Agricultural Economics Association, American Water Resources Association, Association of Environmental and Resource Economists. Former member, President 's Council on Sustainable Development Western Regional Team, NRC Committee on Western Water Management. M.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin; B.S., University of California, Davis. Jonathan P. Deason, Lead Professor, Environmental and Energy Management Program, Department of Engineering Management and System Engineering, George Washington University. Previously Vice President, American Road and Transportation Builders Association (1994–1996); U.S. Department of the Interior (1986–1994, 1978–1984); Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army-Civil Works (1984–1986); U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (1970–1978). Fellow, American Society of Civil Engineers; member, American Water Resources Association. Former member, Executive Committee, Renewable Natural Resources Foundation. Registered Professional Engineer. Ph.D., University of Virginia; M.S., Johns Hopkins University; M.B.A., Golden Gate University; B.S., U.S. Military Academy. José A. Gómez-Ibáñez, Derek C. Bok Professor of Public Policy and Urban Planning, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. Research interests are transportation policy, urban development, privatization, and regulation of infrastructure. Member, American Economic Association. Former Chair, TRB Committee on Public Policy for Surface Freight Transportation. A.B., M.P.P., Ph.D., Harvard University. Delon Hampton (NAE), President and Chief Executive Officer, Delon Hampton & Associates, Chartered. Formerly Professor of Civil Engineering, Howard University; Research Engineer, Illinois Institute of Technology; Assistant Professor, Kansas State University. Professional practice is in engineering design and construction management. President, American Society of Civil Engineers. Associate Member, Board of Governors, American Public Transit Association; TRB Executive Committee. M.S.C.E., Ph.D., Purdue University; B.S.C.E., University of Illinois. Edwin E. Herricks, Professor of Environmental Biology, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Departmental Affiliate, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, University of Illinois. Research interests include methods of improving environmental decision-making, ecologically relevant engineering design. Member, American Water Research Association, American Society of Civil Engineers. Ph.D. (biology), Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; M.S., Johns Hopkins University; B.A., University of Kansas.

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INLAND NAVIGATION SYSTEM PLANNING: The Upper Mississippi River—Illinois Waterway David H. Moreau, Professor and Chair, Department of City and Regional Planning, University of North Carolina. Research interests include planning, finance, and evaluation of water resources programs. Chairman, North Carolina Environmental Management Commission. Ph.D., Harvard University, M.S.C.E., North Carolina State University, B.S.C.E., Mississippi State University.