Molz served as invited and keynote speaker

Professor Fred Molz served as one of three invited speakers at the Chapman Conference entitled “The MADE Challenge for Groundwater Transport in Highly Heterogeneous Aquifers: Insights from 30 Years of Modeling and Characterization at the Field Scale and Promising Future Directions.” Chapman Conferences are sponsored by the American Geophysical Union (AGU) and are designed to […]

Moysey Wins the 2015 Prince Award

Dr. Stephen Moysey received the 2015 Philip Prince Award for Innovation in Teaching at Clemson University. Named after Clemson President Emeritus Philip Prince, this prestigious award recognizes professors who utilize and synthesize creative and unique teaching methods for their students.  Dr. Moysey received the award at the Faculty Convocation on August 18, 2015. Dr. Moysey […]

Alum Sivey (MS ’05) named Endowed Professor

John Sivey, who received his Master’s degree in Environmental Engineering and Science in 2005, and went on to pursue his Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, was recently appointed the Jess and Mildred Fisher Endowed Professor for 2015—2018 at Towson University in Towson, Maryland.  Sivey received his Master’s degree in Environmental Engineering and Science […]

Kiekhaefer selected for national TA award

Becca Kiekhaefer, an M.S. candidate in the Hydrogeology program, was selected by the National Association of Geoscience Teachers (NAGT) as one of this year’s winners of the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award. NAGT recognizes outstanding teaching assistants in geoscience education with up to 30 awards annually. Both undergraduate and graduate teaching assistants are eligible for the […]