(Walter, Martin E - 2016) -- BFA Award for Excellence in Leadership and Service
A member of the CU Boulder faculty for more than 40 years, Professor Martin Walter is not one to avoid answering tough questions or discussing difficult issues when he feels the welfare of his students, the university or even the planet may be at stake. He has served the Boulder Faculty Assembly in many capacities and currently chairs its Faculty Affairs Committee, and he was instrumental in creating the Arts and Sciences Council. Nation- ally, he has been a pioneer in the integration of environmental studies and math. He is the author of the textbook Mathematics for the Environment, and he helped form the Environmental Math Special Interest Group at the Mathematical Association of America. Professor Walter also serves the Boulder community as a member of the Boulder County Mosquito Control Citizens’ Advisory Board.