Homer Arnold Award

Awarded in honor of former HSU Environmental Resources Engineering professor: Homer Arnold. One or two ERE students each year are recognized for demonstrated outstanding achievement in applied Environmental Resources Engineering. Award amount varies depending on interest rates (typically $500 - $1000).

YearHomer Arnold Award
2018Eli Wallach; Rebecca Burke
2017Yaad Rana; Josh Martinez
2016Jason McMack; Gavin Zirkel
2015Richela Maeda; Sara Newell
2014Joanna Murphy
2013Charles R. Swanson
2012Jessica Bruce; Zack Chandler
2011Michael Koohafkan; Eric Martin
2010James Apple; Jason McClelland; Ryan Vicente; Andrea Yarberry; Nathan Lohse
2009Nir Berezovsky; Cameron Bracken
2008Amelia Dillon; William "Joey" Smith; Lucas J. Siegfried
2007Matthew Smith; Erin McDonald
2006Kristine Baker
2005David Carter; Nicole Campbell
2004Jeremy Svehla
2003Carlos Diaz; Kelly Miess; Andrew Sorter
2002Steve Koldis
2001Denise McKay; Mark Quady
2000Ben Bray
1999Antonio Reis
1998Sebastian Cohen; Dagan Short
1997Roxanne Stachon
1996Paul Barger
1995Kevin Ledbetter
1994Brad Taylor
1993Susan Firor; Margaret Forbes
1992Mark Spencer; Judy Wartella
1991Tom Kear
1990Chris Malone
1989Alex Rafalovich; Dave Roberts

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