Jon Hathaway, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, recently earned a prestigious CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation for his work in sustainable urban water management.
“This award identifies Jon as one of the nation’s most promising young faculty members working in the water resources area,” said Chris Cox, Robert M. Condra Professor and head of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. “We are all proud of his outstanding achievement and expect that this award will enable him to make important contributions to green infrastructure.”
Hathaway’s project, “Toward Sustainable Urban Water Management through a Twofold Approach: Enhanced Landscape Modeling and Strategic Spatial Placement of Stormwater Control Measures,” aims to develop strategies for more effective modeling and strategic placement of green infrastructure in urban watersheds over a five-year period.
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