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Sponsors

  • AECOM
  • Amentum
  • Battelle
  • Black & Veatch
  • Burns & Medonnell
  • HGL
  • JACOBS
  • JE Dunn
  • Kian
  • TLI Solutions
  • Aptim
  • Arcadis
  • ATI
  • Benham
  • CDM Smith
  • GSI Family of Companies
  • HDR
  • Northwind
  • Olsson
  • PIKA
  • Stanley Consultants
  • Tepa Companies
  • Tetra Tech
  • T1
  • Weston
  • WSP
  • ACT
  • Aerostar
  • Alesia
  • Bay West
  • Bhate
  • Blinderman Power
  • Burgos Group
  • DLR Group
  • ECC
  • EnviroVantage
  • ERRG
  • Four Front Design
  • HB & A
  • Koman Environmental Assessment Services
  • Merrick
  • Pond
  • Trihydro
  • Deakin
  • Enveco
  • FPM Remediations Inc.
  • Sealaska Remediation Solutions

KEYNOTE


DR. LILY M. WANG

University of Nebraska, College of Engineering

Dr. Wang will address trends and challenges in education including emerging technologies, decreased student populations, industry needs and engagement, and future opportunities in the engineering profession and associated design fields. Dr. Wang brings a positive energy to the podium and often uses interactive systems to involve audience members in her presentations! 

ABOUT THE KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Dr. Lily M. Wang is the Charles W. and Margre H. Durham Distinguished Professor of Engineering and Technology, and Director of the Durham School of Architectural Engineering and Construction in the College of Engineering at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln (UNL). Prior to serving as Durham School Director, she led diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in the UNL College of Engineering as Associate Dean of Faculty and Inclusion between 2018 to 2021. She received her BS in Civil Engineering with a certificate in Architecture from Princeton University and her PhD in Acoustics from Pennsylvania State University.

Dr. Wang's primary research interests are in room acoustics and noise control, particularly around human perception and performance in noise. She is a Fellow of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA); Board-Certified by the Institute of Noise Control Engineering; a Professional Engineer licensed in Acoustics through the state of Oregon; and a recipient of the ASA Hunt Postdoctoral Fellowship, ASA R. Bruce Lindsay Award, NSF CAREER Award, and ASHRAE Ralph G. Nevins Physiology and Human Environment Award. Dr. Wang has also received a number of teaching and mentoring awards, including the ASA Student Council Mentoring Award. She has served as ASA President (2018-19), Vice-President (2015-16) and Chair of its Technical Committee on Architectural Acoustics (2004-07).





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