Fair Medal

Gordon Maskew Fair Award

The Gordon Maskew Fair Award honors one of the pioneers of environmental engineering. Dean Fair, in addition to his own exemplary career, spawned a living legacy during his lifetime those that he taught are now teaching us.

Through the Fair Award, the Academy seeks to identify Board Certified Environmental Engineers, Board Certified Environmental Engineering Members, and Board Certified Environmental Scientists who have contributed to the status of the environmental engineering or science professions by:

  • Exemplary professional conduct
  • Recognized achievements in the practice of environmental engineering or science
  • Significant contributions to the control of the quality of the world's environment

For the full list of eligibility criteria and information on how you can submit nominations for a worthy Environmental Engineer or Scientist, click here.


Fair Winner

2015 Gordon Maskew Fair Award Recipient

Dr. Richard G. Luthy, P.E., BCEE

Richard G. Luthy is the Silas H. Palmer Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Senior Fellow in the Woods Institute for the Environment at Stanford University. He is the Director of the NSF Engineering Research Center for Re-inventing the Nation's Urban Water Infrastructure (ReNUWIt), a four-university consortium that seeks more sustainable solutions to urban water challenges in the arid west.

His area of teaching and research is environmental engineering and water quality with applications to water reuse, stormwater use, and systems-level analysis of our urban water challenges. His research addresses management of persistent organic contaminants and contaminants of emerging concern in natural systems that are engineered to improve water quality and protect the environment and human health.

He is a past chair of the National Research Council's Water Science and Technology Board and is presently the chair of the NRC's study on the beneficial use of graywater and stormwater. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, a member of the Academy of Distinguished Alumni-Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley, and a Fellow of the Water Environment Federation.


Past Winners

Year

Recipient

2014

Dr. Perry McCarty

2013

Alonzo W. Lawrence

2012

C. P. Huang

2011

Hillel I. Shuval

2010

Rao Y. Surampalli

2009

Thomas E. Wilson

2008

R. Tim Haug

2007

Jim F. Stahl

2006

Philip C. Singer

2005

Robert C. Marini

2004

Richard A. Conway

2003

Charles C. Johnson, Jr.

2002

Theodore M. Schad

2001

Cecil Lue-Hing

2000

Frederick G. Pohland

1999

W. Wesley Eckenfelder

1998

Gerald T. Orlob

1997

Paul H. Woodruff

1996

Raymond J. Loehr

1995

Walter J. Weber, Jr.

1994

Jerome B. Gilbert

1993

Charles A. Sorber

1992

William J. Carroll

1991

Paul L. Busch

1990

Walter E. Garrison

1989

John C. Geyer

1988

Henry L. Longest, II

1987

Robert A. Canham

1986

Joseph F. Lagnese, Jr.

1985

Vinton W. Bacon

1984

Joseph F. Malina, Jr.

1983

Arthur C. Stern

1982

Earnest F. Gloyna

1981

Gerard A. Rohlich

1980

William R. Gibbs

1979

Joseph C. Lawler

1978

Stanley E. Kappe

1977

Roy F. Weston

1976

Earnest Boyce

1975

Wesley E. Gilbertson

1974

Frank A. Butrico

1973

John H. Ludwig

1972

Daniel A. Okun

1971

James B. Coulter

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MAR

01

2016

Entry deadline for the Environmental Communications Award Competition. Click here for more information.

APR

14

2016

AAEES Annual Awards and Technical Conference at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. Details to be announced.

MAY

16

2016

AAEES's 7th Annual Workshop (with TCHs, PDHs and CEUs); includes breakfast and/or lunch at NJWEA's Conference, Atlantic City, NJ: For registration or exhibitor information, visit www.njwea.org.

MAY

17

2016

AAEES's 8th Annual Breakfast at NJWEA's Conference. For registration or exhibitor information, visit www.njwea.org.

Topic of the workshop will be "Nutrient Recovery". Details to be announced.



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