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Dr. Don May

Professor of Physics & Engineering

Area of Expertise: Hydrology, water supply and sewer design
Phone: 970-247-7545
Email: may_d@fortlewis.edu

In 2004, Dr. May launched the Fort Lewis College chapter of Engineers Without Borders (now the Village Aid Project); a humanitarian and educational organization that engages students in engineering and construction projects to assist the neediest communities in the developing world. As a registered professional engineer, Dr. May has published numerous reports and engineering studies around a multitude of topics, including: Village Aid Project, open channel hydraulics, surface water hydrology, groundwater hydrology, water supply system design, sanitary sewer design and more.

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