Dr. Daniel Hindman

Associate Professor of Sustainable Biomaterials

B.S., Pennsylvania State University
M.S., Pennsylvania State University
Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
Daniel P. Hindman serves as associate professor in the Sustainable Biomaterials department where his research program focuses upon the efficient use of low carbon, biological based materials for construction. Dr. Hindman’s research philosophy revolves around three principles related to wood materials: structure, safety, and sustainability. Dr. Hindman is a member of several professional organizations including the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Forest Products Society and the National Frame Building Association. Dr. Hindman holds a Professional Engineering license in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
His classes on Green Building, Wood Mechanics and Timber Engineering are all focused on applying science and engineering to using natural resources intelligently and effectively. He is interested in sustainable biomaterials for use in building construction and he has been researching materials such as wood, bamboo, and hemp.

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