Greetings From the Director Dr. Tony B. Szwilski
Thank you for your interest in the Center for Environmental, Geotechnical and
Applied Science (CEGAS) at Marshall University. The center was established in
1993 to stimulate scientific activity and encourage cooperation among the
business community, state and federal government and Universities. The Center’s
focus is on research, service, education and training related to innovative
technologies, geophysical, environmental and other vital fields, that will
support regional planning and spur economic development.
Due to the increasing attention given to sustainable development and
environmental quality management and there has been a demand for education,
training and guidance for the community and industry to address these issues.
The professional staff of CEGAS has been providing these valuable services, in
conjunction with the faculty and staff from the College of Information
Technology and Engineering (CITE) and other entities within Marshall University.
We are committed to working closely with stakeholders to improve the quality
of life and economic vitality of West Virginia and the region. If you have a
question and would like to discuss any aspect of CEGAS’s activities, or an idea
you would like to pursue, please contact us.
Tony Szwilski, Ph.D., P.E., Eur. Ing. Szwilski@marshall.edu