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FEMA's Multi-hazard Building Design Summer Institute Program, a four-course sequence will be required to achieve a certificate: multi-hazard building design, coastal and flood plain construction, earthquake engineering and wind effects on structures. The program is applicable to several areas of study. For instance, after completing the program, said Herrington, "a student could go to earn a Masters degree in civil, environmental or ocean engineering."

Herrington is the acting NOAA New Jersey Sea Grant Coastal Processes Specialist and the Director of New Jersey Coastal Protection Technical Assistance Service. His teaching and research interests include coastal hydrodynamics, sediment transport, wave-structure interaction, coastal meteorology and coastal hazard mitigation. Herrington is the chief architect of the N.J. Coastal Monitoring Network and the N.J. Coastal Storm Surge Warning System, one of the first completely Internet-based, real-time coastal ocean observing and warning systems in the US. He is a past member of the New Jersey State Hazard Mitigation Planning Team, a member of the N.J. Hydromet Warning Council, the Flood Load Task Committee of ASCE, and the N.J. National Weather Service StormReady Board. Herrington is author of the N.J. Sea Grant Manual for Coastal Hazard Mitigation. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Civil Engineering, a Master of Engineering and a Doctorate in Ocean Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology.


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Contact: Stephanie Mannino
smannino@stevens.edu
201-216-5602
Stevens Institute of Technology
28-Mar-2006


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