CEE 5160 : Atmospheric Modeling
This graduate-level course provides a physical understanding of atmospheric processes including dynamical meteorology, air-surface interactions, radiation, clouds, gas chemistry, and aerosols, as well as a description of numerical techniques and computational methods used to simulate these processes. It also introduces the state-of-the-art in modeling of the atmosphere and air quality, and applications of models to real world problems.

CEE 5130 / ESM 5554 : Turbulence and Turbulent Flows
This graduate-level course covers the nature and characteristics of turbulence, the dynamics and scales of turbulence, turbulent transport of momentum and heat, statistical description of turbulence and spectral analysis, turbulence modeling and simulation, and examples of turbulent flows in engineering and environmental systems.

CEE 3304 : Fluid Mechanics for CEE
This is an introductory undergraduate course in fluid mechanics, and includes concepts and measurements of fluid properties; computing hydrostatics and hydrodynamic forces on hydraulic structures; computing fluid pressures, discharges, and velocities; and determining energy losses in pipe flows. Course includes conducting hydraulic laboratory experiments and demonstrations, analyzing and interpreting collected data, and preparing technical laboratory reports.

Outreach and Enhancement of Diversity & Inclusion
Our lab strives to outreach to the community, as well as to enhance diversity and inclusion in research and education. As part of these efforts, we closely collaborate with the Science Museum of Western Virginia, the Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Diversity (CEED), the Center for Educational Networks and Impacts (CENI), and two HBCUs (Morehouse College and Clark Atlanta University) in a number of research and education projects.