Prof. Garrett McKay
Garrett McKay is an Assistant Professor in the Zachry Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Texas A&M University. Prof. McKay graduated with his PhD in Environmental Engineering from The University of Colorado, Boulder. Prior to becoming an Aggie, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the Colorado School of Mines.
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PhD student, Environmental Engineering
Benjamin graduated from Tennessee Technological University in 2012 with his Master's Degree in Civil Engineering. He worked at Strand Associates, Inc., for 7 years, progressing from a project engineer to a professionally licensed, project manager. Benjamin's vocational passions revolve around any and all things water. Research interests broadly include water treatment (PFAS, DBPs, & advanced oxidation), water quality, and water system modeling. Benjamin is passionate about engineering education and teaches several national review courses to prepare Civil Engineers for the Professional Engineering Exam. Benjamin spends most of his spare time outside with his wife and children - even in the Texas heat!
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