Environment alumni are shaping our sustainable future
The Faculty of Environment at the University of Waterloo is extremely proud of our exceptional alumni who, through their public service, environmental impact, professional accomplishments and/or academic excellence, are making the world a better place. Each year, we are honoured to recognize the accomplishments of some our our most illustrious graduates through our annual awards program.
Awarded annually to an alumnus who graduated 10 or more years ago and who has demonstrated outstanding professional and/or academic achievement, proven community impact and significant contributions to the natural or built environment.
Meet the 2018 recipient, Kevin O'Reilly
Created in 2012 to recognize the efforts and accomplishments of inspiring graduates who finished their studies within the last 10 years yet, while early in their careers, have created positive change through their work and/or volunteer activities.
Meet the 2018 recipient, Dominique Souris
Introduced in 2019, this award will recognize an individual, company, organization, group or foundation who has supported the Faculty of Environment through volunteerism, promotion, financial assistance, collaboration, and/or participation.
This award has not yet been conferred
View past recipients
Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients
Young Alumni Award Recipients
BES, 1982, Urban & Regional Planning
BES 2010, Environment and Resources Studies
BES 1978, Urban & Regional Planning
MA 1980, Regional Plan and Resource Development
BES ’80, Geography
BES 1980, Geography
BES 1980, Geography
MA 1982, Geography
PhD 1985, Geography
BES 1981, Geography
BES 1979, Geography
MES 2001, Geography
BES 1970, Urban & Regional Planning
PhD 1982, Regional Planning & Resource Development
Susan M. Cartwright
MA 1981, Geography
MAES 2003, Local Economic Development
Do you know an exceptional friend or alumnus?
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