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Bryson joined the UK College of Engineering faculty in 2006 after teaching at Ohio University for five years. He worked as a geotechnical engineer for CH2M Hill for six years before earning his Ph.D. from Northwestern University in 2002. Bryson holds a joint appointment in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences and serves as the Department of Civil Engineering’s director of graduate studies.
Earlier this year, Bryson was granted Diplomate, Geotechnical Engineering (D.GE) certification by the Academy of Geo-Professionals. Professional certification offered through the Academy ensures that geotechnical engineers have specialized knowledge and skills in their field of practice.