Award

Environmental Science Division 2016 Awards

Lisa Sigler, Jana Phillips, Shovon Mandal, Matthew H. Langholtz, Laurence M. Eaton, Maggie R. Davis, Anthony F. Turhollow, Jr., Erin Webb, Rebecca A. Afroymson, Craig C. Brandt, Michael R. Hilliard, Aaron T. Myers, Timothy J. Theiss, Shahabaddine Sokhansanj, Stacy L. Evans

June 8, 2017

Lisa Sigler received the Administrative Support Award for her outstanding organizational, logistical, and administrative support to the Earth Sciences Group and Critical Interfaces Science Focus Area Project. 

Lisa Sigler receives the 2016 Environmental Science Division Administrative Support Award (hi-res image)
Jana Phillips received the Research Support Award for her exemplary research support in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem science. 

Jana Phillips receives the 2016 Environmental Science Division Research Support Award Jana Phillips receives the 2016 Environmental Science Division Research Support Award (hi-res image)

Shovon Mandal received the Outstanding Post-Grad Researcher Award in recognition of his outstanding scientific contributions to the understanding of the linkages between biodiversity, sustainability, and productivity in aquatic ecosystems. 

Shovon Mandal receives the 2016 Environmental Science Division Outstanding Post-Grad Researcher Award (hi-res image)

The Billion Ton team, consisting of Matt Langholtz, Laurence Eaton, Maggie Davis, Anthony Turhollow, Erin Webb, Rebecca Efroymson, Craig Brandt, Michael Hilliard, Aaron Myers, Tim Theiss, Shahab Sokhansanj, and Stacy Evans received the Science Serving Society Award for producing the outstanding scientific analyses in DOE’s Billion Ton 2016 Volume 1 report that are being used to guide our country’s development of strategies to achieve its goals for a robust bioeconomy. Pictured - Matthew Langholtz, Rebecca Efroymson, Stan Wullschleger, Maggie Davis and Craig Brandt.

2016 Environmental Science Division Outstanding Science Serving Society Award 2016 Environmental Science Division Outstanding Science Serving Society Award (hi-res image)

Daniel Ricciuto received the Stanley I. Auerbach Award for advancing the knowledge of land ecosystem processes through model-data integration and uncertainty quantification. 

Daniel Ricciuto receives the 2016 Environmental Science Division Stanley I. Auerbach Award Daniel Ricciuto receives the 2016 Environmental Science Division Stanley I. Auerbach Award (hi-res image)