Dr. Christine Pomeroy
Associate Professor, P.E. (Michigan)
Ph.D., 2007, Colorado State University
|Curriculum Vitae||Curriculum Vitae|
Christine Pomeroy has been a member of the faculty of the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Utah since August 2007, and teaches courses in water resources and urban water infrastructure. Her research and teaching interests focus on urban systems and their interaction with natural environment systems. Dr. Pomeroy earned a BSCE degree with an environmental emphasis from Michigan State University and completed her graduate studies at Colorado State University. From May 1995 to July 2001 she worked as a water resources engineer for Camp Dresser and McKee in Detroit, Michigan focusing primarily on urban watershed management issues as part of the Rouge River Wet Weather Demonstration Project. Dr. Pomeroy is an active member of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and the Water Environment Research Foundation (WEF) and is currently co-chair of the WEF task force to update the Manual of Practice No. 23 Design of Urban Runoff Controls. Dr. Pomeroy is a registered professional engineer in Michigan.
|Watershed Management||Nonpoint Source Pollution|
|Stormwater Best Management Practices||Modeling, Design, & Analysis of Urban Water Systems|
|Fluvial geomorphology||River Mechanics|