Biography

Dr. Udo-Inyang, a registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) in Pennsylvania, USA and Nigeria, is an Associate Professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering. His primary responsibilities include teaching, conducting research, developing academic curricula and facilities, and serving the university and the engineering profession at various levels. He previously served as the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department Chair, and Chairman of the Collegial Assembly (faculty governance body). Dr. Udo-Inyang's primary research areas are in construction engineering and management. He focuses his research efforts in computer applications, construction productivity and administration, claims and disputes, environmental effects of construction and demolition activities, and value engineering concepts. He is currently pursuing a collaborative project that evaluates the impact of green building technology in educational buildings.

Research Interests

  • Construction Engineering & Management
  • Computer Applications
  • Construction Productivity
  • Administration
  • Claims & Disputes
  • Environmental Effects of Construction & Demolition Activities
  • Value Engineering Concepts
  • Green Building Technology

Courses Taught

Number

Name

Level

CEE 3311

Construction Engineering

Undergraduate

CEE 4301

Construction Administration

Undergraduate

CEE 4312

Construction Equipment Management

Undergraduate

CEE 5301

Construction Administration

Graduate

CEE 5312

Construction Equipment Management

Graduate

CMT 2125

Construction Contracts and Specifications

Undergraduate

CMT 3121

Construction Estimating

Undergraduate

CMT 3123

Construction Estimating Laboratory

Undergraduate

CMT 4396

Capstone in Construction

Undergraduate

Selected Publications

  • (2019). Soil stabilization with flyash and wheat husk ash – optimization. International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, 14(7), pp. 1539-1545.