Stephen H. Schoenholtz
Director of the Water Center and Professor of Forest Hydrology and Soils, Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation
210 Cheatham Hall, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061 Phone: (540) 231 0711 | Fax: (540) 231 6673 Email: email@example.com
Stephen H. Schoenholtz is the director of the Virginia Water Resources Research Center and professor of forest hydrology and soils in the College of Natural Resources and Environment at Virginia Tech. He has also served on faculties in the College of Forestry at Oregon State University and the College of Forest Resources at Mississippi State University. His teaching and research interests involve interactions between land management and water and soil resources. He has Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in forest soil science from Virginia Tech and B.S. degrees in forest science and biology from the Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Schoenholtz is a member of the Soil Science Society of America, American Society of Agronomy, American Water Resources Association, Society of American Foresters, Society of Wetland Scientists, and Universities Council on Water Resources.
Kevin J. McGuire
Associate Director of the Water Center and Professor of Hydrology, Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation
210-B Cheatham Hall, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061 Phone: (540) 231 6017 | Fax: (540) 231 6673 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin McGuire is the Virginia Water Resources Research Center’s associate director and professor of hydrology. He holds a faculty appointment in the Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation in the College of Natural Resources and Environment. His research interests focus on watershed management and forest hydrology, runoff generation processes, tracer and isotope applications in hydrology, and land use and climate change effects on water resources. He has a Ph.D. degree in Forest Engineering from Oregon State, an M.S. degree in Forest Resources from Penn State, and a B.S. degree in Environmental Science from Susquehanna University. Dr. McGuire has taught graduate courses at Plymouth State, Oregon State, and Penn State in the areas of hydrology and watershed management. He teaches several courses in the Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation. Kevin is a member of the American Water Resources Association, American Geophysical Union, International Association for Hydrological Sciences, and Hubbard Brook LTER Committee of Scientists.
Associate Professor of Human Ecology of Water, Department of Geography
125 Major Williams Hall, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061 Phone: (540) 231 0265 | Fax: (540) 231 2089 Email: email@example.com
Luke Juran is an associate professor in the human ecology of water in the Department of Geography. Juran’s research and teaching interests focus on coupled water-society constructs. He is particularly interested in anthropogenic stressors upon water resources, human interactions with the inadequate provision of water and sanitation services, and the intersection of water and hazards. Juran conducts most of his research in India, but has also conducted research in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Mexico. Dr. Juran is a member of the Association of American Geographers, the Virginia Geographic Alliance, and the International Network on Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage.
Daniel L. McLaughlin
Associate Professor of Ecohydrology, Department of Forest Resources and Conservation
210-C Cheatham Hall, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061 Phone: (540) 231 6616 | Fax: (540) 231 6673 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniel McLaughlin is an associate professor in the Department of Forest Resources and Conservation in the College of Natural Resources and Environment. His research broadly focuses on informing water resource management through a better understanding of biotic and abiotic drivers of ecosystem function. Specific research and teaching interests include forest ecohydrology, wetland and stream processes, emerging environmental sensors, watershed and landscape hydrology, and biogeomorphology. He has a Ph.D. in Systems Ecology and Ecological Engineering from the University of Florida, a M.S. in Environmental Engineering from Clemson University, and a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Clemson University. Daniel is a member of the American Geophysical Union, Society of Wetland Scientists, and Society for Freshwater Science.
210 Cheatham Hall, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061 Phone: (540) 231 5463 | Fax: (540) 231 6673 Email: email@example.com
Alan Raflo is a research associate with the Water Center. He compiles the Virginia News Grouper, a collection of water meetings and legislation in Virginia, and hosts Virginia Water Radio, a weekly water news and information radio show. Mr. Raflo received a B.S. degree in Economic Biology from Clemson University in 1979 and a M.S. degree in Water Resources (limnology concentration) from Iowa State University in 1988. He also attended Shenandoah University in Winchester, Va., to become certified to teach high school biology. Prior to joining the Virginia Water Center in 1997, Mr. Raflo had previously worked as an educator for a natural history museum, an editor of agricultural economics publications, a water-resource planner, an aquatic biologist, and a science teacher for grades K-8.
210 Cheatham Hall, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061 Phone: (540) 231 4159 | Fax: (540) 231 6673 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Walker is a research associate with the Water Center. She works with the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality on issues related to stormwater best management practices (BMPs). She manages the Virginia Stormwater BMP Clearinghouse, the Commonwealth’s reference site for stormwater BMPs used to comply with the Virginia Stormwater Management Program. She also provides administrative support to the Virginia Water Monitoring Council, an organization that promotes collaboration and information sharing among water monitors and water-monitoring data users in the state. Ms. Walker holds a B.S. degree in biology with a minor in biochemistry from James Madison University and has a M.S. degree in environmental sciences from the University of Virginia.
210 Cheatham Hall, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061 Phone: (540) 231 8031 | Fax: (540) 231 6673 Email: email@example.com
Ms. Solberg is the center’s fiscal manager and primary contact for all matters of a fiscal nature. She handles the Water Center’s day-to-day fiscal operation and grant administration. Ms. Solberg has been with the center since 1983.
210 Cheatham Hall, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061 Phone: (540) 231 5624 | Fax: (540) 231 6673 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Liz Sharp is a research assistant with the Water Center. Her responsibilities include Water Degree planning and adminstration, website development, management of the Virginia Water Educators Directory, and administration of the annual Water Center Internship. Ms. Sharp holds a B.S. in Forest Resource Management and a M.S. in Forestry, with a specialization in Forest Soils and Hydrology, from Virginia Tech.
Virginia Water Monitoring Council Intern
Trevor is a Virginia Tech sophomore, majoring in Water: Resources, Policy, and Management. He is currently pursuing a career in stormwater management. Trevor assists with the Virginia Water Monitoring Council’s weekly announcements.
Water Center Intern
I am a transfer student, coming to Virginia Tech from J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College in Richmond, Virginia. Currently, I am living in Blacksburg with my wife and two dogs, and we have come to love living in the mountains and becoming part of the community here at Virginia Tech. We spend our time hiking, kayaking, fly fishing, and enjoying any outdoor activities that we can. While living in Richmond, I helped manage a small farm that sold produce to CSA shareholders, local markets, and restaurants, and the experience sparked my interest in sustainable agriculture and conservation of natural resources. My major at Virginia Tech is Crop and Soil Environmental Science, and I am working towards the Blue Planet minor. My interests lie in the relationship between agriculture, soils, and water quality, and through the VWRRC internship I am working on a project to help better understand the science of riparian buffers and provide that information to land managers. I have been grateful for all of the resources and opportunities provided for me through Virginia Tech, and I am excited about continuing with my education.