Kenneth Lamb

In addition to teaching in Norwich University's online civil engineering program, Kenneth Lamb is also an assistant professor of civil engineering at the California State Polytechnic University at Pomona (a.k.a. Cal Poly Pomona), where he is the Parsons Engineering Fellow of Hydraulic Engineering. He has been working in the industry for more than 15 years. Prior to joining academia, he was a supervising designer in the water/wastewater division at G.C. Wallace Inc. in Las Vegas, Nevada. In that position he worked on the planning, design, and analysis of hydraulic systems for water distribution as well as sewer collection systems.

 During his graduate work, he researched methods for improving water management decisions tools. His work included understanding climate science and how this knowledge can be used to influence water supply forecasts. He is a licensed civil engineer in Nevada. He holds a BS and PhD in engineering from the University of Nevada Las Vegas as well as a Master of Civil Engineering degree from Norwich University. He is active in Cal Poly Pomona’s Engineers Without Borders student chapter, where they are working on providing water and improving access to a community in northern Nicaragua.