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Through the Faculty Fellows Program, the Institute fosters an environment that encourages cross-disciplinary connections and nurtures a collaborative spirit among faculty across the 12 schools. This program identifies faculty with a demonstrated interest in urban research and provides research and communication services.

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Faculty Fellow

Howard Neukrug

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Professor of Practice

Former CEO of Philadelphia Water

Senior Fellow, US Water Alliance

About

Howard Neukrug P.E., is Professor of Practice in the Department of Earth and Environmental Science in the School of Arts and Sciences. Neukrug is the former Commissioner and CEO of Philadelphia Water, where he was responsible for all aspects of utility operations, environmental compliance, engineering, financing, budgeting, capital and strategic planning, customer service, human resources, and legal and policy decisions for its drinking water/wastewater/stormwater system serving 2.3 million people. At Penn, he is establishing a Water Center and teaching courses on the water industry and the role of water in urban sustainability and resiliency. He is also a Principal with CASE Environmental, LLC, where he provides consulting services to cities and utilities in urban planning, systems design, sustainability, organization development, strategic planning and trends and innovations in the global water industry. 

Selected Publications

Neukrug, Howard, Bill Diamond, L.D. McMullen, Eva Nieminski, Philip Singer, and R. Rhodes Trussell. 2000. “Roundtable: Deemphasizing contaminant-by-contaminant regulation.” Journal of the American Water Works Association 92(3).

Neukrug, Howard. 2000. “21st Century Treatment and Distribution.” Journal of the American Water Works Association 92(2): 54-55.

Neukrug, Howard M., Gary A Burlingame, William Wankoff, and Michael J Pickel. 1995. “Water-quality regs: Staying ahead.” Civil Engineering 65(1). 

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Professor of Practice

Former CEO of Philadelphia Water

Senior Fellow, US Water Alliance

About

Howard Neukrug P.E., is Professor of Practice in the Department of Earth and Environmental Science in the School of Arts and Sciences. Neukrug is the former Commissioner and CEO of Philadelphia Water, where he was responsible for all aspects of utility operations, environmental compliance, engineering, financing, budgeting, capital and strategic planning, customer service, human resources, and legal and policy decisions for its drinking water/wastewater/stormwater system serving 2.3 million people. At Penn, he is establishing a Water Center and teaching courses on the water industry and the role of water in urban sustainability and resiliency. He is also a Principal with CASE Environmental, LLC, where he provides consulting services to cities and utilities in urban planning, systems design, sustainability, organization development, strategic planning and trends and innovations in the global water industry. 

Selected Publications

Neukrug, Howard, Bill Diamond, L.D. McMullen, Eva Nieminski, Philip Singer, and R. Rhodes Trussell. 2000. “Roundtable: Deemphasizing contaminant-by-contaminant regulation.” Journal of the American Water Works Association 92(3).

Neukrug, Howard. 2000. “21st Century Treatment and Distribution.” Journal of the American Water Works Association 92(2): 54-55.

Neukrug, Howard M., Gary A Burlingame, William Wankoff, and Michael J Pickel. 1995. “Water-quality regs: Staying ahead.” Civil Engineering 65(1). 

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