Center associates provide expertise and support for BCSE programs on a volunteer basis.

Kevin Langdon

A nationally-known software developer and inventor, Kevin supports the Watershed Sciences and Engineering Program's efforts to design, build, and deploy wireless sensors in remote regions of the Susquehanna River Basin and to develop software tools that process, archive, and display watershed data in real-time on our web pages.  He also helps to explore applications of augmented reality and the use of inertial navigation systems in smartphones for geospatial mapping and learning projects.

Keevin Larson

The founder of K.C. Larson Inc., Keevin provides consulting, design and construction services for solar photovoltaic, solar thermal, wind turbines and hydro electric projects.  Keevin assists the Sustainable Design Program as an advisor to the Renewable Energy Scholars' solar and wind demonstration projects.

Donald Mulhern 

Project Manager and LEED Green Associate for the firm Integrated Ecostrategy, Don works primarily on materials compliance for the Living Building Challenge Red List. Don provides valuable assistance to the Sustainable Design Program as a consultant on the Living Greenhouse Project, which seeks to integrate renewable energy and sustainable building strategies.

Dr. Fred Swader

Emeritus director of the Colorado Salinity Project for the U.S. Department of Agriculture and former Professor of Civil Engineering at Cornell University, Fred supports the Watershed Sciences and Engineering Program as a mentor, hydrology consultant, and editor of the River Reporter newsletter.

H. W. "Skip" Wieder

Emeritus Vice President of Development for Geisinger Health System and Chairman of the Susquehanna River Heartland Coalition for Environmental Studies, Skip supports the Watershed Science and Engineering Program by helping with its annual Susquehanna River Symposium and connecting it with the Heartland Coalition, state and federal agencies, private foundations, conservancies, and other non-governmental organizations.