Support ULM

ULM Alumni Web Site


ULM FOUNDATION
ULM Foundation Scholarships
Board of Trustees
About the ULM Foundation
Mission Statement

UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT
Annual Fund
Estate and Gift Planning
Donor Recognition Program
Matching Gifts
About University Development

ENDOWMENTS
Endowed Chairs
Endowed Professorships

ULM ATHLETIC FOUNDATION
Join the ULM Athletic Foundation
About the ULM Athletic Foundation

ALUMNI & COMMUNITY RELATIONS
Alumni Relations
Community Relations

LAGNIAPPE
Development Services
Staff
Home

CONTACT
The ULM Foundation
700 University Avenue
Advancement Building
Monroe, LA 71209
318-342-3636
318-342-3618 (fax)
foundation@ulm.edu

Dr. David ManryDr. David Manry is the holder of the Endowed Professorship in Electrical / Mechanical in the School of Construction.

He received his B.S. and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, and his Doctor of Engineering from Louisiana Tech University.

Dr. Manry has recently completed all coursework for both his M.S. in Computer Science and his Ph.D. in Computational Analysis and Modeling from Louisiana Tech and is currently working on the research requirements for both degrees.

Besides receiving several grants, he has served as associate director of the ULM School of Construction Management’s Energy Audit Program.

Before coming to ULM, Dr. Manry worked as a mechanical engineer in several chemical plants and refineries on the Gulf Coast. He also has been employed as both a consulting professional engineer and a computer programmer.

In the construction community, he is involved in the prevention of damage to underground utilities and facilities as a member of both the Ouachita Joint Utility Council and the Caddo-Bossier Utility Coordination Council. Additionally, he is authorized to conduct OSHA 10-hour and 30-hour Construction Outreach Training.

In the area of recruitment and retention, Dr. Manry serves as the faculty advisor for the Mechanical Contractors Association of America’s ULM student chapter and is the academic advisor for approximately 40 construction management majors.

He also has been a judge for both the regional science fair and the regional Science Olympiad. His current research focus is on computer science-related research (such as steganalysis and user authentication through keystroke dynamics) and writing construction- related computer applications dealing with 2D/3D modeling and virtual prototyping.


About the Endowment: 

The Endowed Professorship in Electrical/Mechanical in the School of Construction endowment was established to encourage and reward excellence in teaching, learning and research at ULM.