Geomatics Engineering Program
The mission of the Advisory Board is to assist the Geomatics Engineering Program achieve its academic mission. The advisory board is comprised of practitioners from consulting firms and government agencies committed to academic excellence in undergraduate and graduate education. Following are some of the primary roles of the advisory board:
- Advise faculty on desired program outcomes, learning objectives, and other educational issues, as constituents representing the community of employers of graduates
- Provide advice on the needs of, and trends within, engineering practice
- facilitate cooperation among individual businesses, community, governmental groups, professional organizations, practicing professionals, and the students and faculty of the program
- Help recruit practitioners to support faculty’s needs for adjunct instruction
- Serve as industry contacts for faculty
- Serve as a lobby group for geomatics engineering education causes
The board shall consist of professionals from pertinent Geomatics Engineering disciplines with experience in the public and private sector. Members are selected and appointed by the Coordinator of the Geomatics Engineering Program for a three year term (renewable).
The advisory board meets two times per year (once every semester). Prior to each meeting, the Chair of the Advisory Board in close consultation with the Coordinator of the Geomatics Engineering Program will issue an agenda for distribution to all board members and the Geomatics Engineering faculty.
Ken Meme (GME Advisory Board President)
Hans I. Haselbach
Leica Surveying Systems
Larry E. Johnson
Mark Thomas and Associates
Cross Land Surveying, Inc.
California Department of Transportation
Alan D. Frank
Johnson Frank and Associates
Scott B. Miller
Bed Rock Engineering