A member of numerous professional societies, I have been most active in the Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society (EEGS).  I started the EEGS web site and acted as the EEGS Web master for about five years.    I have contributed to the newsletter, and served as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics (JEEG) for four years, from 2003-2007.  I relinquished my role as JEEG Editor to allow time to serve as General Meeting Chair for the 2008 Symposium of the Application of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics, held in Philadelphia, in April 2008.  I served as President Elect, President and Past President from 2009-2011.  I currently chair the committee for the Early Career Award.

I have also been active in the Near Surface section of the Society of Exploration Geophysicts (SEG).  I have been involved with NSG from its inception. I chaired the Groundwater Committee for a several years, presented papers, chaired sessions, and I have served as secretary, and on the Executive Board as society webmaster and on the board of Geoscientists Without Borders, “The mission of Geoscientists Without Borders® supports humanitarian applications of geoscience around the world.”

Naturally, service includes involving local schools in Temple University activities. Here elementary students jump to create an “earthquake” as part of CST’s 10 anniversary celebration.