Institute of Technology
Dept. of Civil Engineering
Julian Marshall is an assistant professor of environmental engineering in the University of Minnesota's Department of Civil Engineering. He currently holds a McKnight Land-Grant Professorship.
In addition to his faculty appointment at the U of M, he is an affiliated member of the University of British Columbia's School of Environmental Health, as well as the U of M's Departments of Mechanical Engineering, Urban and Regional Planning, and Environmental Health Sciences. He is also a member of the Minnesota Population Center and a faculty scholar in the Center for Transportation Studies at the U of M.
His research interests include energy and environmental impacts of cities, especially related to urban transportation systems. As a resident fellow of the Institute on the Environment, Marshall is developing a course in which students form interdisciplinary teams to find solutions to a specified problem in an underprivileged community.
Marshall chairs the civil engineering scholarship committee and is the faculty advisor for the U of M chapter of Engineers Without Borders, a group of students working to improve conditions in disadvantaged communities worldwide.
See Marshall's faculty page for more info.