Three members of civil and environmental engineering are retiring

June 23, 2015

Three members of the Penn State Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering are retiring this summer.

LeAnn Anderson has served as the department’s administrative assistant since 2006. She is responsible for maintaining budget records, spreadsheets, databases, commitments and matching funds; financial reporting; salary distribution, supplemental I and II, transfers, buyouts, and graduate lecturers; serving as the liaison to the college’s human resources office; processing faculty visa applications and gifts/endowments; and supervising and hiring staff. Her last day will be June 30.

Andrew Scanlon, professor of civil engineering, joined the department in 1987. His research expertise includes the safety and serviceability of concrete structures and analytical modeling of concrete structures, reinforced concrete floor systems and seismic analysis and precast buildings. He holds a doctorate in civil engineering from the University of Alberta. His last day will be Aug. 31.

Gregory Shufran has served as an instructor in surveying for the department since 1999. His areas of interest include surveying, geodesy and computer-aided drafting and design. Shufran received his bachelor’s degree in education from the California University of Pennsylvania in 1976 and holds a Pennsylvania Professional Land Surveyor registration. His last day will be June 30.

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated June 24, 2015