Archive: March, 2016
  • March

    Leadership Development Program Visit

    From 22-24 March 2016 the Leadership Development Program held a section in Huntington District. The regional leadership development session included presentations provided by David Dale and several senior leaders throughout the district. Topics included discussions on leadership and character as well as an overview of the Dam Safety Modification Mandatory Center of Expertise, Planning Center of Expertise for Inland Navigation and Regulatory Program. The group was given insight to strategic planning and new technologies with 3D printing. The group was also toured the Mingo Logan Mountain Laurel Complex.
  • Huntington Distric STEM Activities

    Bryce Carmichael and Kent Smith met St. Joseph Catholic School students to discuss engineering and show them how USACE uses various structures to reduce flooding impacts. The students observing the flood plain management model.
  • STEM Support for Southside Elementary School's Water Conservation Day

    Andrew Johnson, Wildlife Biologist from the Huntington District’s Water Resources Section, participated in the City of Huntington’s Southside Elementary School’s Water Conservation Day. He used the District's watershed model that was operated by Marshall University students to demonstrate biodiversity of freshwater streams. The district’s booth displayed fish posters, insect books, and a variety of mussel shells collected from streams within the District. This important STEM outreach event was truly successful due to the tremendous efforts of Andrew Johnson and the students from Marshall University.