Associate Professor Anna Michalak was selected as the 2010 recipient of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Award for Outstanding Accomplishment, presented by the College of Engineering. Professor Michalak was chosen for her outstanding impact in all realms – research, teaching and service. Examples of her many accomplishments include: receipt of the prestigious Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) in recognition of her high impact research that uses geostatistics to understand how CO2 sources and sinks influence atmospheric CO2 levels; receipt of the 2008 Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors Outstanding Educator Award for her impact in the classroom; and appointment as co-chair of the US Carbon Cycle Science Plan committee (an unprecedented appointment for someone at her career stage). Her dedication to the multiple missions that reflect the duty of academics is outstanding. Please join us in congratulating Professor Michalak on her many accomplishments.
Anna Michalak recipient of Civil and Environmental Engineering Award for Outstanding Accomplishment
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