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Texas Section Members Win Institute Awards

Texas Section Members Win Institute Awards

The Texas Section is proud to share that the following members were selected to receive prestigious ASCE Institute awards last month:

Fernanda L. Leite, Ph.D., P.E., M.ASCE – Austin Branch
Selected by the Construction Institute to receive the 2019 Daniel W. Halpin Award for Scholarship in Construction for “scholarly contributions made at the interface of construction project management and building and civil information modeling.”

Eyad A. Masad, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE – Brazos Branch
Selected by the Transportation and Development Institute to receive the 2019 James Laurie Prize for “definite and transformative contributions to the advancement of transportation engineering through your continuing innovative research on asphalt concrete micro-mechanical modeling.”

Barbara Ellen Spang Minsker, Ph.D., M.ASCE – Dallas Branch
Selected by theEnvironmental and Water Resources Institute to receive the  2019 Margaret S. Petersen Award for her “technical accomplishments, leadership, and commitment to mentoring women pursuing engineering careers which concur with the ideals the award’s namesake championed throughout her life.”

Dr. James L. Fouss, Ph.D, P.E., D.WRE (Ret.), M.ASCE – Austin Branch
Selected by the Environmental and Water Resources Institute to receive the  2019 Royce J. Tipton Award for “significant contributions to the advancement of agricultural drainage and water management through research, technology transfer and service,”

Marc A. Santos, P.E., M.ASCE – Corpus Christi Branch
Selected by theEnvironmental and Water Resources Institute to receive the  2019 Samuel Arnold Greeley Award for the paper, “Control Strategies for the Mitigation and Removal of Attached Manganese Biofilms,” in the January 2018 issue of Journal of Environmental Engineering.”

Congratulations on receiving these society-level awards!

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