KANSAS CITY CHAPTER
ANNUAL GEOTECHNICAL CONFERENCE - APRIL 14th, 2023
DATE: Friday April 14th, 2023 7:00 am - 5:00 pm LOCATION: Black and Veatch Overland Park Office
GEOTECHNICAL SPECIALTY SEMINAR - JAN. 20, 2023
Advancements in Technology for Geotechnical Engineering
12/07/2022 WEBINAR TOPIC: Ethics Case Study - What is Independent Peer Review - Recent Cases SPEAKER: Dr. Timothy Stark, G-I Cross USA Lecturer DATE: Wednesday, December 7th, 2022 TIME: 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 pm Central Time LOCATION: Webinar Attendance REGISTRATION: This presentation will be broadcast live over a webinar. Registration is free to ASCE members. Please register online in advance at the link above. Registrants will receive detailed login & dial-in information prior to the event. PDHs will be sent after the webinar, please allow us 2 weeks to process PDHs after attendance. SPEAKER: Professor Timothy D. Stark has been selected as the 2022-2023 Cross-USA Lecturer by the Geo-Institute (G-I) of the American Society of Civil Engineers. The Cross-USA Lecturers are selected based on a range of criteria, including prestige in the geoprofessional community, professional achievements, and lecture abilities. Stark will present lectures at all of the requesting G-I Chapters and Graduate Student Organizations (GSOs) across the United States. In addition, two nationwide virtual presentations are planned. Stark’s interdisciplinary research and teaching activities include the static and seismic stability of natural and manmade slopes such as dams, levees, floodwalls, embankments and waste containment facilities; geosynthetics and geomembranes; soil liquefied strength; and railroad geotechnics. He has been involved in a number of projects on these topics, which has facilitated the transfer of his research results to practice. His current research is focused on three-dimensional slope stability, soil shear strengths, heating events in waste containment facilities and drilled shaft integrity testing. Among Stark’s many research, teaching and service honors are the 2022 T.H. Wu Lecture at The Ohio State University; George H. Norman Medal, two Thomas A. Middlebrooks Awards, Associate Journal Editor Award, R.M. Quigley Award, Walter L. Huber Research Prize and Arthur Casagrande Professional Development Award. He has received several Best Paper awards, including from ASCE Journals of Performance of Constructed Facilities and Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution, Geosynthetics International Journal, and the International Railway Engineering Conference.