Dr. Ron Falta was among a select group of faculty at Clemson University who were recognized in 2020 for their contributions to university research, scholarship, and artistic achievement. These prestigious awards were created in 2018 to recognize Clemson University faculty who have achieved rare career milestones.
Dr. Ron Falta was selected by the National Ground Water Association to receive the 2020 John Hem Award. The award is given to honor an individual’s significant, recent scientific or engineering contribution to the understanding of groundwater.
Dr. Timothy DeVol was selected as the winner of the 2020 Mentoring Award, given to a faculty member in the College of Engineering, Computing, and Applied Sciences who goes above and beyond in enriching the faculty and student Clemson experience.
Dr. Nicole Martinez was selected as the winner of the 2020 Murray Stokely Award for Excellence in Teaching. The Stokley Award is given to a faculty member in the College of Engineering, Computing, and Applied Sciences who has demonstrated excellence in teaching engineering at the undergraduate and/or graduate level.
Dr. Tanju Karanfil was selected to serve as an Associate Editor for the journal Water Research. The invitation was extended to Karanfil by the journal’s Editor-in-Chief, Professor Eberhard Morgenroth. With a current impact factor of 9.130, Water Research is widely regarded as one of the premier journals in the field of environmental engineering and science.
For three EEES faculty members, 2020 will be a memorable year, and not just because of a global pandemic. Drs. Nicole Martinez, Ezra Cates, and Mik Carbajales-Dale were promoted to Associate Professor with tenure.
Dr. Nicole Martinez received the first place award in Clemson University’s 2020 competition known as “Science as Art.” Martinez submitted […]
Ron Falta, Professor in the Department of Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences is receiving the 2020 Honor Award for University Research, […]
We are delighted to announce that we hired three faculty during the spring semester who will join EEES during the […]
Dr. Timothy DeVol was selected as a 2019 Fellow of the Health Physics Society (HPS). Selection of HPS Fellows is […]