30th Anniversary SAGEEP 2017
March 19-23, 2017
NGWA's Conference on Characterization of Deep Groundwater
March 20-21, 2017
The 3rd AGU-SEG Hydrogeophysics Workshop: Imaging the Critical Zone
July 24-27, 2017
Abstract Submission Site Opens in December, 2017
The EEGS / Geonics Early Career Award
The Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society and Geonics Limited (EEGS / Geonics) Early Career Award acknowledges academic excellence and encourages research in near-surface geophysics and is awarded annually at SAGEEP to a full-time university faculty member who is:
The award carries the following benefits:
• Free registration to the SAGEEP conference at which the award will be presented
• A plaque, suitable for display
• A $1000 cash award
• A 30-minute time slot to present the awardee’s research and vision at SAGEEP
• The citation and, if available, the awardee’s presentation published in FastTIMES and distributed to cooperating societies
The next awardee is expected to be present during the EEGS Luncheon at SAGEEP 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee USA.
Nominations for the 2018 award should be sent electronically to:
Dr. Jonathan Nyquist, Chair
Early Career Award Committee
1901 N 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122-6081
Nomination packages must include:
• A comprehensive vitae for the candidate
• A letter of recommendation outlining the candidate’s qualifications for the award and
• Copies or PDF files of three representative publications
EEGS / Geonics Early Career Award (ECA) Recipients:
Dr. Jonathan Nyquist
EEGS/SEG-NSTS Frank Frischknecht Leadership Award - Now Accepting Nominations
The Frank Frischknecht Leadership Award is established to recognize an individual who shows extraordinary leadership in advancing the cause of near surface geophysics through long-term, tireless, and enthusiastic support of the environmental and engineering geophysics community. Such leadership is often boldly displayed by an invention, a new methodology or technique, a theoretical or conceptual advancement, or a unique innovation that transforms the nature and capabilities of near surface geophysics. The Frank Frischknecht Leadership Award is presented jointly by the Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society (EEGS) and the Near-Surface Geophysics Technical Section (NSTS) of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG). Past recipients of the joint award are Susan Pullan, Robert Corwin, Kenneth Stokoe, Susan Hubbard and Ken Zonge.
In the past, the Frank Frischknecht Leadership Award has been awarded by EEGS and the SEG NSTS. Today, the award alternates on an approximately 18-month interval between EEGS' Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems (SAGEEP) and the NSTS at SEG's annual meeting.SEG Near Surface Technical Section and the EEGS are soliciting nominations for the Frank Frischknecht Award.
NSG Section Frank Frischknecht Leadership Award Recipients:
EEGS Frank Frischknecht Leadership Award Recipients:
2002: Duncan McNeill
Joint EEGS/NSG Frank Frischknecht Leadership Award Recipients:
The Institutional Contribution Award
This award was established to uniquely recognize an institution that has provided exceptional contribution to the engineering and environmental geophysical community through the development of technical publications and symposiums or conferences that educate and promote the use of geophysical methods and enhance project results for end users.
Since its inception, the ultimate goal of EEGS has been to promote the use of near surface geophysics for engineering and environmental projects and to help educate potential end users about the value of using the techniques. To that end, EEGS has sought to build relationships with other societies and other organizations that presently implement or could potentially better use geophysical applications.
The inaugural Institutional Contribution Award was given to the Federal Highway Administration in 2005 at EEGS' annual SAGEEP conference. The ARO (Army Research Office) was awarded in 2015 at EEGS' annual SAGEEP conference in Austin, Texas.
The most recent Institutional Contribution Award was given to the Army Research Office (ARO) in 2015 at EEGS' annual SAGEEP conference in Austin, Texas.
For more information about nominating a candidate for the award, contact email@example.com.
The John Nicholl Memorial Award (formerly the Gold Award)
The John Nicholl Memorial Award recognizes an individual who has made exceptional contributions to the engineering and environmental geophysics community and to EEGS. Such contributions might include educational tools or curricula, outreach efforts, or building relationships with professional disciplines that comprise potential users of geophysics.
Past Recipients of the EEGS Gold Award:
The Alan Witten Best Paper AwardThe Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society is proud to offer the Best Paper Award for outstanding contribution to the Journal of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics. The award is given each year in honor of Alan Witten, the first editor of JEEG. Prof. Witten was an educator, writer, and adventurer and he had some notable discoveries under his belt, including an appearance on the History Channel, locating the longest dinosaur which was a model for the movie Jurassic Park, discovering Capt. Kidd's sunken treasure ship off Madagascar, and exploring a 6,500-year-old civilization in Israel.
The current editor of JEEG will make recommendations to the EEGS board of directors regarding potential candidates of the award. The recipient is ultimately decided by the board. The award carries the following benefits: