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Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture Engineering and Technology Management

Rick Cameron 

Adjunct Professor 
Washington State University, Pullman 


  • B.A. Business Management, Eckerd College 
  • M.S. Environmental Engineering, Washington State University 
  • Ph.D. Environmental & Natural Resource Sciences, Washington State University 
  • Graduate Certificates: Engineering Management, Project Management, Systems Engineering 


  • Engineering Management 
  • Engineering Design 
  • Systems Engineering 
  • Scientific Research 
  • Strategic Alignment 
  • Technology Roadmapping 
  • Economic Analysis 
  • Business Development 
  • Team Building 


Rick Cameron is a Certified Professional in Engineering Management (CPEM) and a licensed Professional Engineer (PE). Dr. Cameron has extensive experience in engineering management, systems engineering, and project management in both private industries and at a U.S. National Laboratory. His background includes a wide range of engineering design and deployment activities; applied scientific research; technology road mapping; policy development; costing, forecasting, and economic analysis; client interaction; and obtaining funding. He places a special emphasis on strategic alignment of programs, projects, and processes. Dr. Cameron is a member of ASEE, ASEM, and INCOSE and is a recipient of the R&D 100 Award and the George Westinghouse Signature Award for Excellence in Engineering.