Experts and long-serving members in the EWRI focus fields of water resources and the environment are recognized annually at the EWRI Congress. There are many opportunities by which one can be recognized for their service and work in the field.
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and read about previous winners in our annual EWRI Awards publication:
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Nominations for many awards are due November 1. Always review individual award rules for full details on how to nominate a deserving candidate.
Arid Lands Hydraulic Engineering Award
Chow Award, Ven Te
Croes Medal, J. James R.
Einstein Award, Hans Albert
EWRI Journal Awards
EWRI Lifetime Achievement Award
Freese Environmental Engineering Award and Lecture, Simon W.
Friedman Professional Recognition Award, Edmund
Friedman Young Engineer Award for Professional Achievement, Edmund
Greeley Award, Samuel Arnold
Hering Medal, Rudolph
Hilgard Hydraulic Prize, Karl Emil
Hinds Award, Julian
Horner Award, Wesley W.
Huber Civil Engineering Research Prizes, Walter L.
Hydraulic Structures Medal
Margaret S. Petersen Award
Mead Prize for Students, Daniel W.
Mead Prize for Younger Members, Daniel W.
Noble Prize, Alfred
Pioneers in Groundwater Award
Planning & Management Council Service to the Profession Award
Rouse Hydraulic Engineering Award, Hunter
Service to the Institute (Council/EXCOM) Award
State-of-the-Art of Civil Engineering Award, ASCE
Stevens Award, J.C.
Tipton Award, Royce J.
Torrens Award, Richard R.
Wellington Prize, Arthur M.
International Perspectives on Water and the Environment
December 4–7, 2018
EWRI Congress 2019
May 19–23, 2019
Abstract Submission Deadline: September 24, 2018.
Submit Your Abstracts
Federal Interagency Sedimentation and Hydrologic Modeling Conference
Co-Sponsored by EWRI
June 24–28, 2019
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