*Formerly the Innovyze Excellence in Computational Hydraulics/Hydrology Award
This award is given annually to recognize a student whose research contributes to the knowledge pool of in the area of Computational Hydraulics & Hydrology. The award selection will be based on original, innovative research of publishable quality and other factors listed below. Both Master's and Ph.D. students are eligible.
The award will consist of a plaque and a cash honorarium of $1,500 for the student and a plaque and cash honorarium of $500 for the major faculty advisor. A $500 travel allotment is provided to the student recipient to attend the American Academy of Environmental Engineers & Scientists (AAEES) Excellence in Environmental Engineering and Science Awards Luncheon. The award selection is administered jointly by a committee consisting of equal numbers of AAEES and AEESP members. The award is co-sponsored by Dr. Paul F. Boulos, BCEEM.
Eligible applicants will be judged based on the following criteria:
- academic program performance (35%),
- research accomplishment (35%),
- professional or community service (15%),
- purpose and goals (10%), and
- any other evidence provided (5%).
An applicant remains eligible up to one calendar year following graduation and receipt of the degree earned. Refer to the nomination package for the required submission requirements.
Click here for a summary of past Student Award winners.
|2023||Tom Jan Willem Postma (Princeton University)|
|2023||Zhaocheng Wang (Arizona State University)|
|2022||Noemi Vergopolan (Princeton University)|
|2018||Jonathan Bradshaw (Stanford University)|
|2018||Ahmed Abokifa (Washington University in Saint Louis)|
|2017||Qian Zhang (Johns Hopkins University)|
|2016||Jennifer Jefferson (Colorado School of Mines)|
|2015||Amy Dale (Carnegie Mellon University)|