Walter J. Weber, Jr. AEESP Frontier in Research Award

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This award is given annually to recognize an environmental engineering or science professor who has advanced the environmental engineering and science field through recognized research leadership and pioneering efforts in a new and innovative research area. The selected recipient will receive a plaque and a cash prize of $500. The award also provides a $750 travel allotment that may be used by the recipient to attend the awards ceremony.

Past nominations will be carried over and considered for three years and may be modified during this period. Refer to the nomination package for the required submission requirements.

*Eligibility: All AEESP members are eligible for this award.

Past Recipients

2023Jaehong KimYale University
2022Linsey C. MarrVirginia Tech
2021Susan D. RichardsonUniversity of South Carolina
2020Wen-Tso LiuUniversity of Illinois at Champaign Urbana
2019Karl G. LindenUniversity of Colorado, Boulder
2018Peter J. VikeslandVirginia Tech
2017Trina McMahonUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
2016Paul T. AnastasYale University
2015Marc A. EdwardsVirginia Tech
2014Dionysios DionysiouUniversity of Cincinnati
2013Paul WesterhoffArizona State University
2012William A. ArnoldUniversity of Minnesota
2011Danny D. ReibleUniversity of Texas at Austin
2010Michelle SchererUniversity of Iowa
2009Gregory V. LowryCarnegie Mellon University
2008Pedro J. AlvarezRice University
2007Lutgarde RaskinUniversity of Michigan
2006Menachem ElimelechYale University
2005Paul L. BishopUniversity of Cincinnati
2004Mark WiesnerRice University
2003Frederick G. PohlandUniversity of Pittsburgh
2002Charles N. HaasDrexel University
2001Arup K. SenGuptaLehigh University
2000Bruce E. LoganThe Pennsylvania State University

*Formerly the ARCADIS / AEESP Frontier in Research Award through 2016.