UWRL Welcomes Two New Faculty Members
The Utah Water Research Lab is excited to welcome two new faculty members, Assistant Professor Brian Crookston and Assistant Research Professor Zac Sharp. These two new faculty members bring in a great wealth of professional experience and knowledge to the UWRL and it's staff and students.
Brian Crookston, Assistant Professor
ENGR 222/ UWRL 232
Although technically a new Assistant Professor, Brian Crookston is actually returning to the UWRL after spending the last few years at Schnabel Engineering in West Chester, PA. Previous to this, Brian received his PhD in Water Resources Engineering and served as an Adjunct Professor at Utah State University. Brian’s research and consulting interests are focused on water conveyance, including the design of hydraulic structures, nonlinear spillways, and physical and numerical modeling.
Zac Sharp, Assistant Research Professor
Research Assistant Zac Sharp is more than familiar with USU, as he received his MS and PhD from USU’s College of Civil & Environmental Engineering. Zac is also familiar with the UWRL, having worked in some capacity at the Water Lab since 2004. Zac specializes in performing hydraulic structure physical model studies on dam and spillways, as well as power plants intakes, erosion control, and many other water related models.