Dr. Betsy Dulin,
Professor of Engineering

 

 

 

 

Education
B.S. (Civil Engineering), West Virginia Institute of Technology
M.S. (Environmental Engineering), Virginia Polytechnic Institute
J.D., Washington & Lee University

 

Professional Registration
Registered Professional Engineer, West Virginia (by examination, 1997)

Registered Patent Attorney, United States Patent and Trademark Office (by examination, 2006)

Licensed Attorney, Ohio and West Virginia (by examination, 1992 and 1994, respectively)

 

Background
Dr. Dulin served as the Dean of the College of Information and Technology (CITE) from 2002-2006, before taking a brief hiatus to work at a law firm in Charleston, WV, and again from 2007-2011.  During the Summer 2011, Dr. Dulin stepped down as the Dean of CITE to redirect her efforts to full-time teaching.

 

In the Spring of 2008, the Via Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University inducted Dr. Dulin into the Academy of Distinguished Alumni.  She is the second woman ever to receive this honor.

 

Teaching
Dr. Dulin teaches Engineering and Environmental Engineering courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.  In addition, she developed a self-study report on the Bachelor of Science in Engineering for Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).

 

Service and Outreach
Dr. Dulin was appointed by Governor Manchin to serve as the Chair of the Consortium on Undergraduate Research and Engineering for the state of West Virginia. In addition, she is a member of the Statewide America COMPETES Working Group, which identifies research and educational opportunities in the STEM disciplines, and is currently a board member for the following organizations: West Virginia American Water Company; Marshall University Research Corporation; Chemical Alliance Zone; Mid-Atlantic Technology, Research, and Innovation Center (MATRIC); Marshall University Council on Research Commercialization; Marshall University Conflict of Interest Committee; and the National Advisory Committee for Exploring Engineering and Technology Program, Learning for Life, Inc.

 

Dr. Dulin is also a member of these professional organizations: the American Society for Engineering Education, the West Virginia Society of Professional Engineers, the West Virginia State Bar Association, and the Water Environment Federation.

 

Contact Info
telephone: (304) 746-2087
email: bdulin@marshall.edu

 

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