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NSF CAREER Award

The National Science Foundation's Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) program encourages the integration of education and research. This foundation-wide program emphasizes the importance placed on the early development of academic careers dedicated to stimulating the discovery process in which the excitement of research is enhanced by inspired teaching and enthusiastic learning. It compines the support of research and education of the highest quality and in the broadest sense. 

Civil Environmental and Geodetic Engineering Award Recipients
John Lenhart - 2010
Diane Foster - 2004
Benjamin Coifman - 2002
Rabi Mishalani - 2001
Linda Weavers - 2001
 

The National Science Foundation (NSF) Presidential Young Investigators (PYI) Award was a five-year, no-strings-attached research grant awarded yearly to outstanding young scientists and engineers who, early in their careers, showed exceptional potential for leadership at the fountiers of knowledge. The cornerstone of the program was that NSF funds be matched by private or industrial sources. The last year for the PYI award was 1991, when it became known as the Young Investigators Program.

Civil Environmental and Geodetic Engineering Award Recipients

Oliver G. McGee III (from Pres. George H.W. Bush) - 1991
Mark McCord (from Pres. Ronald Reagan) - 1987