For more than three decades Cliff Randall, PhD, Dist.M. ASCE, taught generations of environmental engineers at Virginia Tech before retiring as The C. P. Lunsford Professor Emeritus of Civil and Environmental Engineering. He has published extensively, with over 260 technical and professional articles in various journals and conferences proceedings. His professional awards, while too numerous to mention, include a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Virginia Water Environment Association, a Salute to Excellence from the Governor of Maryland, Conservationist of the Year from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the Mathias Medal for outstanding contributions to the Chesapeake Bay water quality restoration efforts.
In addition to his role in support of Entex, Cliff keeps a rigorous schedule consulting to wastewater treatment facilities around the world, while also teaching seminars and courses globally.
Cliff earned his BS and MS in Civil Engineering at the University of Kentucky, and his Doctorate at the University of Texas, Austin.