The George Washington University
Engineering Management & Systems Engineering Department (EMSE)
Environmental & Energy Management Program (E&EM)
Spring 2000 (Volume 1, Number 2)
Dr. Dominic J. Monetta, President of Resource
Alternatives, Inc., was the guest speaker at the April 28, 2000, luncheon
meeting of the American Society of Engineering Management (ASEM), held
at GW’s new Faculty Club. Dr. Monetta’s firm specializes in energy
utilization, environmental remediation, and critical issue analysis.
A GW graduate, Monetta previously served as Deputy Director of Defense Research and Engineering, U.S. Department of Defense, where he managed the $7.5 billion defense science and
|technology program. He also was
Director of the Office of New Production Reactors, U.S. Department of Energy,
and Technical Director, Naval Ordnance Station, U.S. Department of the
Navy. In addition to his presidency of Resource Alternatives, Dr.
Monetta also is the Managing Director of Brownfield Laconia Strategies,
LLC, a firm specializing in the environmental redemption of brownfield
E&EM graduate students attending Dr. Monetta’s presentation on problems with the management of large projects included Eric Uzo Chukwu (E&EM doctoral student), Ed Haggerty (E&EM doctoral student), Wendell Davis (E&EM graduate, now working for the Overseas Private Investment Corporation), and Gail Charles (E&EM masters student and former Senior Vice President, Dames & Moore, Inc.).
In addition, another dozen faculty members and graduate students from the Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering attended the session, as well as individuals from other environmental and engineering organizations in the Washington, D.C., area. Anyone interested in the ASEM luncheon series is invited to contact Dr. Robert Waters at email@example.com.
Jonathan P. Deason, Ph.D., Lead Professor