Logan Brant (Texas) was recently elected to serve on the Executive Committee of the Houston Branch of the Society for Underwater Technology (SUT), and was promoted to Full Member status within the society's Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics (OSIG) Committee.
Through his involvement with SUT Houston, Logan regularly volunteers with the School Touring Program as a presenter to Middle School Science Classes on the topics of "Geology Rocks" and "Seeing with Sound: Exploring Oceans and Seas," an introduction to the use of geophysical methods for ocean exploration.
The SUT is a multidisciplinary learned society that brings together organizations and individuals with a common interest in underwater technology, ocean science, and offshore engineering. SUT was founded in 1966 and has members from more than 40 countries, including engineers, scientists, other professionals and students working in these areas.
The Houston Branch of the SUT was established in 2000 and was set up to provide a focal point for members of the SUT in the Houston area for all those interested in underwater technology. It has a very extensive schedule of events, technical committees, and young engineer programs.
Learn about the Society for Underwater Technology at href="http://www.sut.org/, and the Houston branch at http://www.suthouston.com/.
To learn more about Logan see his profile at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/logan-brant-2482539a