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Civil and environmental engineering professor elected ASCE Fellow

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Eric R Matsunaga, (808) 956-7584
Director, Marketing & Public Affairs, College of Engineering
Posted: Sep 24, 2010

Chittaranjan Ray
Chittaranjan Ray
University of Hawai`i at Mānoa Civil and Environmental Engineering professor, Chittranjan Ray, PhD, has recently been elected a Fellow in the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).  Professor Ray specializes in water quality engineering, with an emphasis in the areas of surface and groundwater flow, transport, saturation and interaction. He also serves as the interim director of the Water Resources Research Center at UH Mānoa.  Ray has been with the college since 1997.
ASCE Fellows are distinguished practitioners, educators, mentors and leaders, whose careers have contributed significantly to the civil engineering profession. This prestigious honor is held by fewer than five percent of its members. ASCE has over 144,000 members worldwide.
“We are thrilled that Professor Ray has been bestowed this prestigious honor by the ASCE,” said Peter E. Crouch, dean of the UH Mānoa College of Engineering. “He is an outstanding instructor, researcher and a valuable member of our engineering team.”