Given annually to recognize an environmental engineering or science professor who is making outstanding contributions to the teaching of environmental engineering, both at the individual's home institution and beyond.
Jeremy Guest joined the University of Illinois Urbana- Champaign in 2011, currently is an assistant professor (actually, just promoted to associate!) He has taught three classes: an undergraduate Introduction to Environmental Engineering class, a graduate course on Sustainable Design and a graduate course focused on biological processes. In the classroom, Jeremy emphasizes concepts and critical thinking. He applies concepts to real engineering problems, using project-based learning. His teaching evaluations have been outstanding, and he has been recognized with additional awards for his effective mentoring and advising of students.