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Dr. Andrew Neptune

Dr. Andrew NeptuneLecturer

General Engineering
108 Lever Hall, Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634

Phone: (864) 656-2541
Email: aneptun@clemson.edu

Education

  • Ph.D., Civil Engineering
    Clemson University, 2013
  • M.S., Civil Engineering
    Clemson University, 2008
  • B.S., Engineering Science
    Bob Jones University, 2006

Academic Experience

  • Tri-County Technical College – Adjunct Instructor (2014-2015) - Part-time
  • Clemson University – Graduate Research Assistant (2009-2013) - Part-time

Non-academic Experience

  • Bob Jones University – (2002-2006) – Part-Time
    Crew Leader – Custodial; Book Binding Worker - Print Shop
  • Republic Bank (Grenada) Ltd. - (1993-2001) – Full-time
    Bank Clerk: Processed bank entries, issued loans and compiled financial reports.

Certifications or professional registrations

  • Engineer-in-Training - South Carolina (17301)

Current membership in professional organizations

  • American Society of Civil Engineers (2007 - present)

Service activities

  • Volunteer, Clemson Downs, 2012 – present.
  • Volunteer, Steel Bridge Competition, 2012.
  • Volunteer, South Carolina Water Resources Conference, 2010
  • Field Setup Coordinator, International Soccer Tournament, 2009 - 2012.
  • Vice President, Cross Impact Campus Ministry, 2007- 2008.
  • Director/Counselor Christian Youth Camps & Retreats, 1999 – 2001.

Selected publications and presentations for last five years

  • Martin, W. D., Putman, B. J., and Neptune, A. I., “Influence of Aggregate Gradation on Clogging Characteristics of Porous Asphalt Mixtures,” Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 26 (7), 2014.
  • Putman, B. J., and Neptune, A. I., “Comparison of Test Specimen Preparation Techniques for Pervious Concrete Pavements,” Journal of Construction and Building Materials, 3480 (6), Aug. 2011
  • Neptune, A. I., and Putman, B. J., “Effect of Aggregate Size and Gradation on Pervious Concrete Mixtures,” Journal of American Concrete Institute, 625 (7), Dec. 2010.

Professional development

  • Workshop: Teaching to How the Mind Works, 2015.