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.
|2022||Linsey C. Marr||Virginia Tech|
|2021||Susan D. Richardson||University of South Carolina|
|2020||Wen-Tso Liu||University of Illinois at Champaign Urbana|
|2019||Karl G. Linden||University of Colorado, Boulder|
|2018||Peter J. Vikesland||Virginia Tech|
|2017||Trina McMahon||University of Wisconsin-Madison|
|2016||Paul T. Anastas||Yale University|
|2015||Marc A. Edwards||Virginia Tech|
|2014||Dionysios Dionysiou||University of Cincinnati|
|2013||Paul Westerhoff||Arizona State University|
|2012||William A. Arnold||University of Minnesota|
|2011||Danny D. Reible||University of Texas at Austin|
|2010||Michelle Scherer||University of Iowa|
|2009||Gregory V. Lowry||Carnegie Mellon University|
|2008||Pedro J. Alvarez||Rice University|
|2007||Lutgarde Raskin||University of Michigan|
|2006||Menachem Elimelech||Yale University|
|2005||Paul L. Bishop||University of Cincinnati|
|2004||Mark Wiesner||Rice University|
|2003||Frederick G. Pohland||University of Pittsburgh|
|2002||Charles N. Haas||Drexel University|
|2001||Arup K. SenGupta||Lehigh University|
|2000||Bruce E. Logan||The Pennsylvania State University|
*Formerly the ARCADIS / AEESP Frontier in Research Award through 2016.