Timothy Keane, PhD
Director of Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity
Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning
Keane's research deals with stream morphology and process, as well as urban stormwater management. His work has helped bring more than $4.1 million in research funding to Kansas State. Keane was the first Jarvis Scholar of Landscape Architecture at Kansas State University (a two-year, competitive, endowed research chair). He has more than twenty peer-reviewed publication. Keane also has developed a series of natural systems and fluvial systems courses that provide a depth and breadth of material unusual to landscape architecture programs.
Keane holds a bachelor of science in landscape architecture from Iowa State University, and a master's and doctorate, in landscape architecture, from the University of Michigan. Dr. Keane has received extensive professional training and field-based, practice experience from, and continues to work with the top fluvial geomorphologists and hydraulic engineers in the country.