Lead a diverse team to ensure the best possible student, faculty and staff experience in the OPUS College of Engineering.
Member of the leadership team operating a $70 million dollar a year business unit within the University.
As acting Director of the Engineering Materials and Structural Testing Laboratory, oversee all aspects of a state-of-the-art engineering materials testing and research facility.
Ronald A. Coutu, Jr., David Newman, Mohiuddin Munna, Joseph H. Tschida , Scott Brusaw.
Engineering Tests to evaluate the feasibility of an Emerging Solar Pavement Technology for Public Roads and Highways, Technologies (ISSN 2227-7080) COVER
Coutu, Jr., R. A., Newman, D., Crovetti, J., Mishra, A. K., Munna, M., Delbridge-Ramos, A., … Brusaw, S. (2019). Testing Photovoltaic Pavers for Roadway Applications. Sustainability in Environment, 4(2), 86. https://doi.org/10.22158/se.v4n2p86
Hornyak, N.J., Crovetti, J.A., Newman, D.E., and Schabelski, J.P. (2007). Perpetual Pavement Instrumentation for the Marquette Interchange Project-Phase 1, Transportation Research Center-Marquette University, August 2007, SPR#0092-06-01
Easton, J.H., Lalor, M.M., Pitt, R., and Newman, D.E., 1998. The Use of a Multi-Parameter Water Quality Monitoring Instrument to Detect and Quantify the Frequency, Duration and Magnitude of Wet Weather Events and Their Associated Receiving Water Impacts. Proceedings of the WEFTEC '98, Orlando, FL. [A]
Easton, J.H., Lalor, M.M., Pitt, R., and Newman, D.E., 1998. The Use of a Multi-Parameter Water Quality Monitoring Instrument to Continuously Monitor and Evaluate Runoff Events. Proceedings of the Annual Water Resources Conference of the AWRA, Point Clear, AL, pp. 146 [A]
Newman, D.E., Easton, J.H., “How to Build a Better Chamber: An Examination of In-Situ Chambers for Pathogen Die-Off Studies” AWRA Annual Water Resources Conference, Seattle, WA, 1999 [P]
Easton, J.H., Lalor, M.M., Newman, D.E., et al., 1999. In-Situ Die Off of Indicator Bacteria and Pathogens.
Proceedings of the AWRA Annual Water Resource Conference, Seattle, WA, American Water Resources Association
Development of an In-Situ method to Determine the Fate of Bacterial Pathogens Discharged Into Urban Stream Receiving Waters. Proceedings of the Annual Water Resources Conference of the AWRA, Point Clear, AL, pp. 31 [A]
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