(Neupauer, Roseanna M. - 2015) -- President's Teaching Scholar Award or Honor Receipt uri icon

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  • Professor Roseanna Neupauer’s research focuses on groundwater hydrology contamination and remediation, areas of study essential to the sustainable use and protection of the planet’s largest accessible freshwater source. She uses mathematical models to improve existing models of groundwater management and remediation. Her 30-plus journal publications include 15 in the field’s leading journal, Water Resources Research. On the CU-Boulder faculty since 2005, Neupauer has garnered many honors, including the Walter L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize from the American Society of Civil Engineers, the national ExCEEd New Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award and the Boulder Faculty Assembly’s Excellence in Teaching Award. She mentors not only her students but also junior faculty in her college and across the country.
    “Dr. Neupauer is an active and energetic scholar; a caring and inspirational teacher and mentor; and a constructive colleague with a passion for fostering the highest standards of scholarship and pedagogy in the academic environment surrounding her,” wrote Harihar Rajaram in his nominating letter.