Galloway Wins 2008 AAES Augustine Award

Galloway Wins 2008 AAES Augustine Award

Galloway Wins 2008 AAES Augustine Award

Gerald E. Galloway (Photo by Essential Eye Photographics)
Gerald E. Galloway (Photo by Essential Eye Photographics)

Gerry Galloway, research professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and affiliate faculty member of the Masters of Engineering and Public Policy program, has won the 2008 American Association of Engineering Societies Norm Augustine Award in recognition of his continuous work on promoting national policy on floodplain and wetland management. The AAES Norm Augustine Award is presented to engineers who demonstrate the capacity for communicating the excitement and wonder of engineering.

April 15, 2008


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