Concentrations in Environmental Sustainability (2001-present); founding director, Great Lakes and Mid-Atlantic Center for Hazardous Substance Research (1988-2002); founding director, Institute for Environmental Sciences, Engineering, and Technology (1997-2001); and founding director, National Center for Integrated Bioremediation Research and Development (1993-1999). A registered and professional engineer since 1963 and a diplomate of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers since 1975, Dr. Weber has consulted extensively with industrial, commercial, and governmental agencies throughout the world in the application of advanced technologies for solution of water supply, pollution control, and hazardous waste minimization and remediation. He served for a decade in the 1990s and early 2000s as a member and chairperson of the Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program of the Department of Defense. Dr. Weber has been recognized by the International Science Index as one of the most highly cited and quoted scientists in the world. He has served on the National Academy of Engineering’s Review Panel as well as the NRC’s Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology. Dr. Weber received an Sc.B. in chemical engineering from Brown University, an MSE in civil engineering from Rutgers University, and a Ph.D. in water resources engineering from Harvard University. He was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 1985.



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