James Madison University
PHOTO:Bradley A. Striebig

Bradley A. Striebig, Ph. D.

Professor

  • Office: HHS 3222
  • Phone: 540-568-8895
  • Email: striebba@jmu.edu
  • Mailing Address:
    MSC 4113
    801 Carrier Drive
    Harrisonburg, Virginia 22807

Dr. Striebig specializes in environmental treatment system design and sustainable development. Dr. Striebig has ongoing projects in sustainable development in Benin, Kenya and Rwanda and the United States.

Education

  • PhD in Environmental Engineering from Pennsylvania State University in 1996
  • MS in Environmental Systems Engineering from the Clemson University in 1993
  • BS in Civil Engineering from Pennsylvania State University in 1991

Experience

Prior to coming to JMU, Dr. Striebig was an associate professor in the Civil Engineering Department at Gonzaga University.  Dr. Striebig founded and advised the Gonzaga Engineers Without Borders Chapter. Dr Striebig also developed and directs the WATER (Water for Africa, Technology, Education and Reciprocity) Study Abroad Program, which is a joint program promoting education in sustainable development between James Madison University, Gonzaga University and the Songhai Center.  Prior to accepting the faculty position at Gonzaga, Dr. Striebig was the Head of the Environmental Technology Group at the Applied research Laboratory at the Pennsylvania State University.

Specializations/Research Interests

Sustainable design and development, Biological treatment processes, Biofiltration, Odor control, and Ethics in engineering.

Announcements

  • September 28
    Fall Career & Internship Fair
    Festival Conference and Student Center
  • October 2
    11:00 a.m.
    Cohen Center Talk:
    David Campbell of Boston University presents: Back to the Future: Recovering the Age of Wonder
    Highlands Room
  • November 13
    11:00 a.m.
    Cohen Center Talk: Henry Petroski of Duke University presents on the topics of design, success and failure, and history of engineering and technology.
    Grafton Stovall Theater
  • April 16, 2016
    9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
    Engineering xChange