The AEESP Foundation provides small awards that allow individuals and/or organizations to utilize expertise garnered from research and teaching at the university level to improve K-12 instruction, with the goal of preparing students to be future environmental engineers. A maximum of three awards of up to $750 each will be provided each year.
Proposals for support of projects in the interest of enhanced knowledge in and resolution of environmental problems may be sent to Brian Schorr, Office Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guidelines for proposals may be found here. The first deadline in 2017 for proposals to receive grant awards is April 1st. The second deadline is October 1st.
In 2016, the following grants were awarded:
- Harmonie Hawley, University of Texas, Tyler
- Juan Pedro Maestre, University of Texas, Austin
- Sung Hee Joo, University of Miami
In 2015, travel awards were made to three conference participants who presented work related to k-12 education. They are as follows:
- Ryan Locicero, University of South Florida
- Emma Lopez, University of South Florida
- Kevin Gilmore, Bucknell University
In 2013, travel awards were made to three conference participants who presented work related to k-12 education. They are as follows:
- Justin Lawrence, UC Berkeley
- Daniel Yeh, University of South Florida
- Barbara Moskal, Colorado School of Mines