Dr. Gregory Wilber, Ph.D., P.E.
Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering
University of Iowa, 1991
M.S., Civil and Environmental Engineering
University of Iowa, 1986
Hasting College, 1985
Dr. Wilber’s research interests lie in the area of biological processes. Recent projects have included investigations of the fate of nitroaromatic compounds (such as TNT and RDX) in soils and in engineered treatment systems, an investigation of the biological treatment of an industrial waste stream containing waste ink and surfactants, and a project examining the effects of various environmental factors on the biotransformation of chlorinated aliphatic compounds in landfills.
Awards and Recognition
- Halliburton Excellent Teacher Award, 2007
- Certificate of Excellence from the President’s Leadership and Service Recognition, 2005
- Halliburton Excellent Young Teacher Award, 2000
- Chi Epsilon Excellence in Teaching Award, local chapter and Central District, 2000
- ASCE Student Chapter Outstanding Professor Award, 1993, 1998, 2002
- ASCE Zone III Faculty Advisor Award, 2002
- Chi Epsilon teaching award, local chapter, 1996
- Centennial Professor, OSU School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1995
- Chi Epsilon, initiated 1994
- American Society of Civil Engineers - Member, Oklahoma Section Board of Directors; Faculty Advisor, OSU Student Chapter and Reviewer, Journal of Environmental Engineering
- American Chemical Society
- Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors
- Water Environment Federation
Registered Professional Engineer., Iowa, No. 14669
- Bowers, P., and G. G. Wilber, “General Education Assessment with Institutional Portfolios,” proceedings, 113th Annual Meeting of the Higher Learning Commission, 2008.
- Meyers, S. K., S. Deng, N. T. Basta, W. W. Clarkson, and G. G. Wilber, “Long-term Explosive Contamination in Soil: Effects on Soil Microbial Community and Bioremediation,” Soil and Sediment Contamination, Vol. 16, No. 1, 2007.