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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%).
Electronic nomination packages should include: (1) a nomination form; (2) a transcript verifying that the student has achieved a minimum GPA of 3.3 (on a 4.0 scale) in Master's degree program coursework; (3) Documented successful completion of the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam; (4) Two academic letters of recommendation; (5) Evidence of active participation in a student or regular chapter of an engineering related professional society, or evidence of active participation in school, community, or organized religious activities; (6) An applicant prepared summary of accomplishment in an engineering project in the candidate's workplace employment if a part time graduate student or recently graduated Master's degree recipient, or an applicant prepared summary of accomplishment in a graduate engineering thesis, project, study or the equivalent approved by the student's major advisor or graduate coordinator (limit 1 page); (7) An applicant prepared statement of purpose in pursuing a Master's degree and goals for first 5 years of professional practice; (8) Any other evidence of merit, papers, honors, recognition, etc.
*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.
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Questions may be directed to the Sub-Committee chair of the AEESP Awards Committee:
Dr. Karl Rockne
Program Director, Environmental Engineering Program
National Science Foundation
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel:703-292-5356
|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)|