William Brewster Snow Award

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This award is given annually to recognize an environmental engineering graduate student who has made significant accomplishments in an employment or academic engineering project. The award consists of a plaque and a $250 cash prize. Nominees for this award must be enrolled part or full time in an environmental engineering graduate program pursuing a Master's degree in Environmental Engineering or a closely related degree program, or have completed a Master's in Environmental Engineering, or a closely related program, one year or less from January 1 of the year in which the Brewster Snow Award is presented. Eligible applicants will be judged based on academic program and performance (45%), professional or community service (15%), engineering project accomplishment (25%), purpose and goals (10%), and any other evidence provided (5%).

Refer to the nomination package for the required submission requirements.

*Eligibility: Consideration for this award is limited to students who fit one of the following criteria: (1) Part of full time enrollment and full admission in an environmental engineering graduate program pursuing a Master's degree in Environmental Engineering or closely related degree program, or (2) Completion of a Master's in Environmental Engineering, or closely related degree program, 1 year or less from January 1 of the year in which the Snow Award is presented.

Click here for a summary of past Student Award winners.

Past Recipients

Year Recipient
2020 Megan Patterson (The Ohio State University)
2020 Ashley Osler (University of South Florida)
2018 Maria Briones (University of South Florida)
2016 Gregory Hinds (University of South Florida)
2015 John Trimmer (University of South Florida)
2014 Abhinav Gupta (Virginia Tech)
2013 Dustin Bales (University of South Florida)
2012 Sarah Ness (University of South Florida)
2011 John Maxwell (Clarkson University)