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Curriculum Vitae


JEFFREY S. RUSSELL, Ph.D., P.E.


Formal Education:


Ph.D. Civil Engineering (Construction Engineering and Management), 1988, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.


M.S. Civil Engineering (Construction Engineering and Management), 1986, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.


B.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering (with honors), 1985, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.


Positions Held:


2008 to Servant Leadership Chair

present


2004 to Chair, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University

present of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin.


1999-to Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University

2004 of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin.


1995-99 Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin.


1989-95 Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin.


1988-89 Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Department of Civil Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.


1987-88 Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Civil Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.


1985-87 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Civil Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.


Other Special Information:


Honors:


Graduated Cum Laude with B.S.C.E. (1997)

Chi Epsilon, Civil Engineering Honor Society

Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Honor Society

Sigma Xi, Scientific Research Society

Eminent Visiting Scholar, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, summer of 1997.


Charles Pankow Award for Innovation (2004)

“HYDECK – A Durable and Efficient Hybrid Bridge Deck System.” FRP system developed by Bank and colleagues selected as one of four finalists by the Civil Engineering Research Foundation, American Society of Civil Engineers.


Grand Award Winner (2005)

“FRP Cage Reinforced Deck.” Awarded by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Wisconsin Section to Alfred Benesch & Co for implementing an FRP grid systems developed by Bank and colleagues at the University of Wisconsin.


Popular Science “Best of What’s New 2005” Selection (2005)

Fiber Reinforced Polymer Bridge system developed by Bank and colleagues selected as one of the five top engineering innovations of 2005 by Popular Science Magazine. http://www.popsci.com/popsci/bown2005/engineering/index.html


Charles Pankow Award for Innovation (2006)

“GRIDFORM – Prefabricated Modular FRP Stay-in-Place Reinforcement for Accelerated Construction of Bridge Decks.” FRP system developed by Bank and colleagues at the Universities of Wisconsin-Madison and Missouri-Rolla selected as one of two finalists by the Civil Engineering Research Foundation, American Society of Civil Engineers.


Awards:


1990 National Science Foundation (NSF) Presidential Young Investigator

1991 American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) National Collingwood Prize

ASCE Student Chapter Outstanding Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering 1991, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2001

1993 ASCE National Edmund Friedman Young Engineering Award

1993 Best Paper Award for paper entitled “Motion Planning for Automated Construction,” Construction Industry Institute

1995 Best Technical Paper Award for paper entitled “An Operations Planning System

for Autonomous Landfill Compaction,” Building Mechanization and Mineral

Mining Research Institute

1995 ASCE Wisconsin Section Engineers Merit Award

1996 ASCE Wisconsin Young Civil Engineer of the Year Award

1996 ASCE Walter L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize for research on the

Modeling of Construction Contractor Evaluation and Failure

1996 ASCE Thomas Fitch Rowland Prize for paper entitled “Case Study of

Burlington Cable-Stayed Bridge”

1996 One of Top 25 Newsmakers in Engineering News Record (ENR) for work in automating the asphalt paving operation

1996 Best Paper Award for paper entitled “A Motion Planning Software System for

Automated Landfill Compaction on Rough Surfaces,” Japan Robot Association

1997 Wisconsin Society of Professional Engineers (WSPE), Southwest Chapter Outstanding Professional Engineer in Education

2000 Construction Industry Institute Outstanding Research Award for research in the areas of constructability and maintainability

2002 ASCE Outstanding Paper, Journal of Management Engineering, for “Guidelines for Warranty Contracting for Highway Construction”

2003 ASCE President’s Medal for leadership in implementing ASCE Policy Statement 465-Academic Prerequisites for Licensure and Professional Practice

2004 NSF Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring, awarded by President of the United States in the Oval Office

2005 One of Top 25 Newsmakers in ENR for work reforming engineering education

2006 Outstanding Paper Award for entitled “Mentoring in Engineering,” for Leadership

and Management in Engineering

2007 ASCE Best Applied Research Paper, Journal of Composites in Construction, for “Double Layer Prefabricated FRP Grids for Rapid Bridge Deck Construction: Case Study”

2007 National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) Wisconsin Section Engineering Educator of the Year

2007 ASCE Excellence in Civil Engineering Education Leadership in Education Award


Teaching


Formal Courses Taught:

CEE 395 Materials of Constructed Facilities (co-taught with Professor Steven Cramer, CEE; student evaluations did not include Professor Russell)

CEE 498 Construction Project Management (videotaped 1997)

CEE 578 Senior Level Capstone Design

CEE 596 Constructability Analysis (videotaped 1999)

CEE 597 Construction Operation Analysis

CEE 598 Construction Contractor Analysis

CEE 649a Analysis of Construction Contractors

CEE 649b Construction Technology and Automation

CEE 698a Analysis of Construction Contractors

CEE 698b Constructability Design & Analysis

CEE 698c Construction Equipment and Heavy Construction Methods

(Co-taught with Professor Dick Struab, Ag Engrg)

CEE 698d Construction Operation Analysis

CEE 698e Constructed Facilities Graduate Seminar (co-taught with Professor Steven Cramer)

CEE 698f Study of College of Engineering – 3rd Semester 1-credit course using Engineering Centers Building as a learning laboratory

CEE 949 Construction Engineering and Management Research Seminar


Courses denoted as CEE 649 a and b were different special topic courses within Structural Engineering. In 1991, we received approval for special topic courses in Construction Engineering and Management (i.e., CEE 698). The courses designed CEE 698 a, b, c, d, e, and f again were different special topic courses offered prior to developing formal course proposals.


Student Evaluations:


College of Engineering course and instructor evaluation (COE) forms were used by Dr. Russell as summarized below. Column A represents the mean overall student response for 21 questions rating the instructor on a scale of 1 to 4, where 4 is the highest. The maximum value in Column B gives the rating of the instructor relative to others the students have encountered (Questions #22). Here the scale is 1 to 5, with 5 being the top 20th percent. Columns C and D are similar to A and B, but are averages for those instructors in Civil Engineering using the COE evaluation form. The CEE 649 and 698 offerings denoted with a superscript were newly developed courses offered for the first time (refer to page 2 for the key).



Course

Sem

Enrollment

Hours/Week

Prof. Russell

Mean A

Quest #22B

CEE 649a

II/89

4

3 hrs. lecture

3.46

4.5

CEE 649b

I/90

3

3 hrs. lecture

3.5

4

CEE 949

I/90

4

1 hr. lecture

3.4

4.8

CEE 498

II/90

29

3 hrs. lecture

3.71

4.93

CEE 698a

I/91

14

3 hrs. lecture

3.71

4.85

CEE 498

II/91

27

3 hrs. Lecture

3.49

4.76

CEE 698b

II/91

19

1 hr. lecture

3.46

4.41

CEE 598

I/92

25

3 hrs. lecture

3.59

4.68

CEE 698c

I/92

7

3 hrs. lecture

3.33

4.5

CEE 498

II/92

21

3 hrs. lecture

3.47

4.7

CEE 698b

II/92

4

3 hrs. lecture

3.44

5

CEE 598

I/93

28

3 hrs. lecture

3.62

4.67

CEE 698c

I/93

4

1 hr. lecture

3.48

5

CEE 698d

I/93

8

2 hrs. lecture

3.37

4.75

CEE 498

II/93

50

3 hrs. lecture

3.51

4.87

CEE 596

II/93

14

2 hrs. lecture

3.67

4.93

CEE 395

I/94

111

0.17 hr. lecture

n/a

n/a

CEE 597

I/94

15

2 hrs. lecture

3.33

4.27

CEE 598

I/94

32

3 hrs. lecture

3.4

4.62

CEE 395

II/94

101

0.17 hr. lecture

n/a

n/a

CEE 597

II/94

18

2 hrs. lecture

3.33

4.27

CEE 598

II/94

32

3 hrs. lecture

3.4

4.62

CEE 698c

II/94

10

3 hrs. lecture

2.84

2.7

CEE 498

I/95

33

3 hrs. lecture

3.41

4.67

CEE 596

I/95

20

2 hrs. lecture

3.57

4.74

CEE 598

II/95

29

3 hrs. lecture

3.33

4.43

CEE 498

I/96

35

3 hrs. lecture

3.47

4.59

CEE 596

I/96

17

3 hrs. lecture

3.47

4.67

CEE 498

II/96

36

3 hrs. lecture

3.35

4.63

CEE 596

I/98

16

3 hrs. lecture

3.47

4.67

CEE 498

I/98

40

3 hrs. lecture

3.04

3.96

CEE 698e

I/98

26

1 hr. seminar

n/a

n/a

CEE 596

I/98

16

3 hrs. lecture

3.36

4.25

CEE 498

I/99

57

3 hrs. lecture

3.4

4.58

CEE 596

I/99

16

3 hrs. lecture

3.29

4.5

CEE 698e

I/99

30

1 hr. seminar

n/a

n/a

CEE 698f

II/99

39

3 hrs. lecture

n/a

n/a

CEE 498

I/00

37

3 hrs. lecture

3.45

4.77

CEE 698f

I/00

26

2.5 hrs. lecture

3.64

4.83

CEE 698f

I/00

30

2.5 hrs. lecture

3.47

4.52

CEE 498

II/00

25

3 hrs. lecture

3.21

4.5

CEE 596

II/00

9

3 hrs. lecture

3.57

4.6

CEE 698

II/00

25

2.5 hrs. lecture

3.6

4.77

CEE 498

I/01

22

3 hrs. lecture

3.33

4.36

CEE 578

I/01

31

2.1 hrs. lecture

3.41

4.61

CEE 498

II/00

25

3 hrs. lecture

3.21

4.5

CEE 596

II/00

9

3 hrs. lecture

3.57

4.6

CEE 698

II/00

25

2.5 hrs. lecture

3.6

4.77

CEE 498

I/02

22

3 hrs. lecture

3.33

4.36

CEE 596

II/02

9

3 hrs. lecture

3.57

4.7

CEE 698

II/03

37

1 hr. lecture

3.6

4.77

CEE 498

I/03

15

3 hrs. lecture

3.33

4.55

CEE 578

I/03

31

2.1 hrs. lecture

3.45

4.67

CEE 498

I/04

22

3 hrs. lecture

3.44

4.83

CEE 578

I/04

41

2.1 lectures

3.58

4.69

CEE 596

II/04

27

3 hrs. lecture

3.15

4.05

CEE 698

II/04

31

2.5 hrs. lecture

3.52

4.2

CEE 578

I/05

41

2.1 hrs. lecture

3.51

4.6

CEE 578

I/06

56

2.1 hrs. lecture

4.07

4.52

CEE 578

I/07

47

2.1 hrs. lecture

4.02

4.49

CEE 578

I/08

44

2.1 hrs. lecture

3.89

4.57
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