Dr. Jiong Hu joined Texas State University – San Marcos as an Assistant Professor in the Concrete Industry Management (CIM) program in 2008. Dr. Hu received his BSc in Construction Materials in 1996 and MSc in Materials in 1999 from Southeast University, China, and his PhD in Geotechnical and Materials Engineering from Iowa State University in 2005. He is teaching construction and concrete related courses including Construction Materials and Processes, Concrete Construction Methods, Management of Concrete Products and Concrete Problems: Diagnosis, Prevention, and Dispute Resolution. Currently, Dr. Hu is member of American Concrete Institute (ACI) committees 130, Sustainability of Concrete; 237, Self-Consolidating Concrete; 238, Workability of Fresh Concrete; 555 Concrete with Recycled Materials; and Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Research Management Committee (RMC) Technical Advisory Panel (TAP) members of RMC 1, Construction and Maintenance; and RMC 5, Structures and Hydraulics. Dr. Hu also served as PI and co-PI in multiple projects related to innovative concrete technology and sustainable concrete development, associated with Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), Iowa Department of Transportation (Iowa DOT), and Department of Defense as he worked in Texas State University – San Marcos, and National Concrete Pavement Technology (CP Tech) Center, Iowa State University. His research interests include advance cementitious materials, sustainable concrete, self-compacting concrete (SCC), fresh concrete properties and rheology of concrete, Portland cement concrete (PCC) pavement, non-destructive testing (NDT) of concrete structure.