Susan has been a registered Professional Engineer and Professional Geocientist in BC since 1989/1993 respectively. Her teaching responsibilities in the Geological Engineering Program include:
development and delivery of EOSC 445, a capstone design course which gives fourth-year undergraduate students the opportunity to work in small groups on geological engineering design projects drawn from industry;
development and delivery of EOSC 240, a course in site investigation for second-year geological engineering students; and
co-delivery (with Dr. Erik Eberhardt) of EOSC 210, Earth Science for Engineers, a required course for all second-year civil, mining and geological engineering students.
Earth Science for Engineers (EOSC 210)
Site Investigation (EOSC 240)
Engineering Design Project (EOSC 445)
MBA with distinction, Western University, 1999
BASc (Geological Engineering), University of British Columbia, 1985
Susan has been teaching in the UBC Geological Engineering Program since 2012. Her prior work experience includes 15 years in the private sector, mainly with Klohn Crippen Berger, a Vancouver-based engineering consulting firm. This was followed by 12 years managing people, funding and transportation infrastructure in the public sector, primarily with TransLink, the transportation authority for the Metro Vancouver region. Susan has worked on diverse engineering projects in BC, Alberta, Ontario and Northwest Territories, as a laboratory technician, field engineer, design engineer and project manager, as well as a variety of other corporate and administrative roles. She has been registered with Engineers & Geoscientists British Columbia as a Professional Engineer since 1989 and a Professional Geoscientist since 1993.