Category Archives: Education

Call for Volunteers AGHP Focal Point Workshop

The Association of Geohazard Professionals is currently developing industry workshops to help educate owners and potential designers of geohazard mitigation structures. Tentatively called “Focal Point Workshops”, these workshops are aimed at highlighting the strengths of AGHP members and the state-of-the-art of the geohazard industry. The workshops would be one-day or half day standalone events comprising […]

AGHP Webinar – Geohazard Analysis: Past, Current and Future

AGHP is excited to announce its next webinar: “Geohazard Analysis: Past, Current, and Future.” The session will be led by renowned geotechnical engineer Sergei Terzaghi. WEBINAR: “Geohazard Analysis : Past, Current and Future” | Thursday, 31 May 2018 | 2:00 – 3:00 pm EDT GEOHAZARD ANALYSIS – ABOUT THE WEBINAR Recent earthquake events around the globe […]

AGHP Pleased to Announce “Mapping And Monitoring Geohazards With 3D Remote Sensing” Webinar

AGHP PRESENTS WEBINAR: “Mapping And Monitoring Geohazards With 3D Remote Sensing” Presented by: Matt Lato, Ph.D. Eng., P.Eng., Senior Engineer, BGC Engineering Inc. Tuesday, 3 April 2018 | 2:00 – 3:00 pm EDT Earn 1 PDH Registration Cost: $25* – AGHP Members | $150 – Non-members | Free* – Students *AGHP Members receive one FREE […]

Event Announcement from the Highway Geology Symposium

The 69th Annual Highway Geology Symposium will take place in 2018 from September 10 – 13 in Portland, Maine.  Save the date!   

AGHP Pleased to Announce Geohazard Monitoring & Instrumentation Webinar Part II

The AGHP is pleased to announce a new webinar presented by Steve Borron, Principle Geologist at Global Slope Monitoring LLC. REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR HERE This webinar, Landslide Examples Showing How Near Realtime TinSAR Data And Movement Trend Analysis Can Decrease Risk, will be held 16 May, 2017 from 2:00 – 3:00 PM EDT for […]

Unstable Slope Management Program Free Training

Learn how to rate unstable soil slopes and rockfalls and assess their condition. Why is this important? Geotechnical assets comprise one of the largest resources utilized by transportation and land management agencies in the U.S. The USMP program is geared toward helping federal land and low volume road managers proactively locate and efficiently rate, monitor […]

AGHP Pleased to Announce Geohazard Monitoring and Instrumentation Webinar

The AGHP is pleased to announce a new webinar presented by Steve Borron, Principle Geologist at Global Slope Monitoring LLC. REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR HERE This webinar, Geologic Hazards Guiding Risk Management Decisions and Monitoring Options, will be held 6 December, 2016 from 2:00 – 3:00 PM EST for $150.00. 1 PDH Credit Hour will […]

96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (TRB)

The Transportation Research Board (TRB) 96th Annual Meeting will be held January 8–12, 2017, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, in Washington, D.C. The information-packed program is expected to attract more than 12,000 transportation professionals from around the world. Register online by November 30 to take advantage of lower fees and to obtain a […]

Invitation to Participate – New AGHP Committee on Geohazard Monitoring & Instrumentation

The Geohazard Monitoring and Instrumentation Committee ​has been​ formed with the intent of providing a current and substantive base of information in the fields of Geohazard Monitoring and Instrumentation. In the short term, the committee hopes to create use of instrumentation best practices for the different types of monitoring equipment, work with vendors, research best […]

6th International Symposium on Geotechnical Safety and Risk

Geotechnical Risk from Theory to Practice will feature the latest research advances and engineering-practice innovations with a focus on the use of probabilistic and risk methodologies in geotechnical engineering. The conference will include a wide range of knowledge-enhancing keynote, panel, and technical sessions, as well as short courses. Interest and use of probabilistic methods and […]