Faculty Receiving Award
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National Academy of Engineering

  • Frank Aplan, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Metallurgy and Mineral Processing
  • Derek Elsworth, Professor of Energy and Geo-environmental Engineering
  • Richard Hogg, Professor Emeritus of Mineral Processing and Geo-Environmental Engineering
  • Kwadwo Osseo-Asare, Distinguished Professor of Metallurgy and Energy and Geo-Environmental Engineering
  • Raja Ramani, Professor Emeritus of Mining and Geo-Environmental Engineering

Fellows of Professional Societies

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY

  • Semih Eser, Professor of Energy and Geo-environmental Engineering
  • Jonathan Mathews, Professor of Energy and Mineral Engineering
  • Harold Schobert, Professor of Fuel Science Emeritus
  • Chunshan Song, Distinguished Professor of Fuel Science

AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE ASSOCIATION (AIHA)

  • William Goves, Associate Professor or Industrial Health and Safety, Undergraduate Program Chair of Environmental Systems Engineering 

SOCIETY FOR MINING, METALLURGY AND EXPLORATION

  • Jeffrey Kohler, Professor and Chair of Mining Engineering
  • Raja Ramani, Professor Emeritus of Mining and Geo-Environmental Engineering

SOCIETY OF PETROLEUM ENGINEERS

  • Turgay Ertekin, Professor of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering
Semih Eser being inducted into the American Chemical Society

Penn State Honors and Awards

DISTINGUISHED PROFESSORS

  • Kwadwo Osseo-Asare, Distinguished Professor of Metallurgy and Energy and Geo-Environmental Engineering
  • Chunshan Song, Distinguished Professor of Fuel Science

FACULTY SCHOLAR MEDALS

  • Kwadwo Osseo-Asare, Distinguished Professor of Metallurgy
  • Chunshan Song, Distinguished Professor of Fuel Science

EMS Faculty Excellence Awards and Grants

A variety of competitive awards in support of research, service, teaching, mentoring, and advising are presented annually to faculty within the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences. Awards are presented at the Wilson Awards Banquet, the college’s annual celebration of faculty and student accomplishments. 

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